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Willcox Unified checks schools for drugs

Willcox Middle School and High School students waited outside for nearly two hours Thursday while drug-sniffing dogs from the Arizona Department of Corrections Safford Complex and their handlers swept the schools’ corridors and classrooms inside and the vehicles outside.

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Pima Community College nursing dean resigns after inquiry

The head of Pima Community College’s largest program is resigning after an investigation of claims she tried to solicit prescription painkillers from subordinates. Martha “Marty” Mayhew, a registered nurse, has been academic dean of nursing and health-related education since 2010. Mayhew, 60,…

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Deer Valley Unified braces for substantial budget cuts

The Deer Valley Unified School District braces for substantial budget cuts, leaving students and teachers to face the facts that the arts may be diminishing, according to officials. The fine arts programs for the district will be given about $240,000 in…

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Humboldt Unified Superintendent Stanton declines performance pay

After Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board President Rich Adler read the results of Superintendent Paul Stanton's Dec. 10 evaluation at the Jan. 14 meeting, Stanton said he would ask the finance director to hold his performance pay compensation until all staff…

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