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Central Arizona College: Board OKs max tax hike

The Central Arizona College Governing Board gave final approval Tuesday to a $105 million budget for the year beginning July 1 and calling for a nearly 85-cent increase in property taxes per $100 net assessed valuation. The increase would mean…

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Navajo zoo to provide protected eagle feathers

For hundreds of years, Native Americans have used eagle feathers for religious and cultural purposes. But the government closely regulates the ability to obtain such feathers, sometimes leading to black market activity.

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Flub Fighter heads to Phoenix Comicon

Local multiplayer games hold a special place in the heart of many. Past generations grew up on games like Goldeneye, Mario Partyand Super Smash Bros. But splitscreen and party games have fallen out of favor recently in favor of online multiplayer.

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Ducey names Carter to school reform council

Gov. Doug Ducey announced on Friday, May 22, the launch of the Classrooms First Initiative Council, naming state Board of Education member and Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter among its members.

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Skinner plans to continue art education in Bay Area

The portfolio of student artist Kyli Skinner has already helped her pursue her post-high school plans. She said she hopes to become an art teacher, and her next step toward that goal is attending the San Francisco Art Institute, where…

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