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Phoenix Indian School’s band building to be renovated

Students from nearly two dozen tribes attended Phoenix Indian School in central Phoenix for nearly 100 years. Some of the earliest students were forced to break ties with their families, were forbidden from speaking their native language and prohibited from practicing…

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Navajo superintendent of schools retires

Andrew M. Tah, former superintendent of schools for the Navajo Nation, bids farewell to colleagues and friends at a retirement dinner Feb. 20 at the Twin Arrows Casino near Flagstaff.

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Education Notes: Apply now for Brain Academy

Tucson-area high school juniors with an interest in neuroscience are encouraged to apply for the fourth annual Brain Academy at St. Joseph’s Hospital. The free interactive learning event, put on by the Carondelet Neurological Institute, will be held May 2 and…

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Nina Scholars applicants sought

The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust is seeking applicants for its scholarship program that each year brings the dream of a college education to candidates who face many life challenges.

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Eastside Tucson elementary school gets makeover

Cats in the Community Day takes on Annie W. Kellond Elementary School. The annual event that brings together UA employees, students and their families to give back to the community. Sheila McGinnis, director of outreach and community partnerships in the Office of…

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Report: Arizona Income Growth Sluggish Since 1979

Income for Arizonans expanded by just 17 percent between 1979 and just before the Great Recession hit late in 2008, according to a new report. That isn't an incredibly healthy growth rate for a span of almost 30 years, and…

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Casa Grande students take part in learning festival

Students from Saguaro Elementary School compete in a water relay race Friday at Mesquite Elementary School. About 800 fourth-graders from the Casa Grande Elementary School District participated in the water festival, which is part of Arizona Project WET (Water Education…

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UA tops ASU in fundraising

Maybe Wildcats are more generous than Sun Devils, or maybe the University of Arizona is a money magnet because of its medical schools.

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