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Students launch aquaponics business

he Show Low High School Science Technology Engineering Math Club celebrates the launching of the student-run aquaponics business recently. STEM education prepares the next generation to be competitive on the world stage.

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Board sets school start times

The Show Low School Board has set the start and end times for schools. They are: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for Nikolaus Homestead and Linden; 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. for Whipple Ranch; and 7:40 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.…

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Taylor navigates New Horizons to photograph Pluto

One of the furthest reaches of our solar system is just now coming into focus. NASA's spacecraft New Horizons is zooming toward Pluto for a flyby that will give mankind the first detailed images of the dwarf planet. It is…

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Douglas Unified board welcomes new member

Mario Ramos was sworn in as Douglas’ newest board member at a special DUSD board meeting Tuesday night. Ramos replaces Mike Ortega who resigned his chair to take a job in Tucson. Ramos previously served on the board from 2008-2012…

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Rogers says goodbye to Douglas Unified

Sheila Rogers spent her final week as superintendent of the Douglas Unified School District saying goodbye to friends and co-workers who had become almost like family to her since taking over her duties five years ago. Rogers’ official last day…

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Tucson Group Raises Money for Teacher Supplies

The start of school is more than a month away, and a drive to help teachers stock their classrooms starts Wednesday. Tucson Values Teachers has collected supplies for teachers for seven years. This year, instead of distributing supplies, the group will…

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Valley Union superintendent search halted

Valley Union High School’s search for a new superintendent has been halted after two of the three finalists withdrew their names from consideration.  VU board members met June 15 for four hours in executive session going over the six applicants who…

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Hundreds laid off from University of Phoenix, parent company

The University of Phoenix on Monday announced a broad restructuring of its programs nationwide, including some layoffs here in Phoenix. The university's parent company, Apollo Education Group, announced its third-quarter earnings report, which showed enrollment at the University of Phoenix was…

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