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13-year-old Carlos Lattanzi dominates swimming

It was a great showing for 13-year-old Sedona resident Carlos Lattanzi as Lattanzi tore up the pool last weekend at the IMX Extreme. Lattanzi placed first in four separate 200-yard events including the backstroke, individual medley, breaststroke and butterfly. “The…

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Sedona high school senior quick draws to victory

On Oct. 24, Sedona Red Rock High School senior Cody Kirkham and member of the St. John Vianney Catholic Parish, won his first ever Overall Arizona State Championship in the Bordertown Championship for shooting. While Kirkham had won two U.S.…

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Principal Sharp settles in at Sequoia Village School

It’s been almost a year since Ronda Sharp began her transition from Concho Elementary School to Sequoia Village School (SVS) in Linden. She has big shoes to fill after the retirement of Principal Mindy Savoia but she’s “all in” and…

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East Valley coalition forms to address teen suicides

A group of social workers, counselors and teachers are moving to form an East Valley suicide prevention coalition in response to the growing number of teen suicides in the region. Ted Huntington, community programs manager for the Chandler Coalition on…

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History-maker talks inspiration, education, leadershi

For inspiration and examples of success, the list of female leaders at Diné College includes Maggie George, Marie Etsitty Nez and Geraldine Garrity, according to a Diné College news release. George was president of Diné College from 2011 to 2015.…

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Cave Creek teachers become National Board Certified

Cave Creek Unified School District announced its newest National Board Certified Teachers. The district’s National Board Certified Teacher Mr. Brian Rinderknect, who is a fifth grade teacher at Lone Mountain Elementary School, Middle Child Generalist; and a renewal of NBCT…

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