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Copper Ridge music students perform at community event

Copper Ridge School’s sixth, seventh, and eighth grade band and orchestra students entertained the crowd at a community event. According to a press release, students performed at the DC Ranch annual Merriment on Market Street event on Nov. 28, under…

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Beaver Creek to swear in new, returning school board members

Both residents of the Beaver Creek community, Brandi Bateman and Daniel Dubien have professional experience as executive assistant to a school district’s superintendent. Bateman, formerly employed at Mingus Union High School District, and Dubien, currently employed by the district, will…

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Most kids don’t do drugs, but half have witnessed violence

Worried about the kids? Well, we’ve got good news and we’ve got bad news. The overwhelming majority of teenagers in Arizona don’t smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol or use marijuana. They believe in right and wrong and they’re rewarded for working…

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Chandler Plante wins Community Spark award

In 2012, a six-year-old Chandler Plante assembled a group of community-minded individuals for Camp Verde’s first Martin Luther King Jr. Day march.  Now at 13, Plante is a month away from his eighth consecutive MLK Day march.  Giving back to…

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Maricopa Unified recovering from communications hack

It’s not unusual for a large corporation to experience technical difficulties, but the communication issues at Maricopa Unified School District this week had a dark source.  “We noticed extreme spikes of data usage and pockets of data being dropped onto…

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Feeling ‘duped’

Donors who helped raise money to expand and remodel Yuma’s Boys and Girls Club are feeling “duped” by the Salvation Army for having dropped the affiliation, according to Danny Bryant, a donor and advisory board member who helped raise money for…

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Bridging higher education to students of all ages

When it comes to post-secondary scholarships, Tracey McConnell said there are two different types of students.  Those who think they qualify. And those who think they don’t qualify.  McConnell, a regional philanthropic advisor for Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona, said…

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