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Eighth-graders, parents visit Fox Creek

Hoping to put “strangeness” behind them, parents and eighth-graders at Fox Creek Junior High School roamed the campus on Wednesday in preparation for the upcoming school year.  “We're welcoming parents back after a couple of years of strangeness (because of…

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Suspects sought in school burglary

Surveillance video has helped Bullhead City police identify two people suspected of burglarizing a local school.  The burglary reportedly took place at about 7 p.m. Sunday at Mohave Accelerated Learning Center, in the 600 block of Marina Boulevard. Burglars gained…

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CAC offers free tuition for 2021-22 academic year

Central Arizona College will offer Pinal County residents free in-state tuition for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters. The number of credits that students may take is not limited. But they are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor…

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CGESD First Day 2021

Arizona Supt. of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman visited Saguaro Elementary and Casa Grande Middle School Monday Morning, July 26, as a new school year proceeds cautiously with in-person learning and a more "normal" rollout.

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The pandemic’s impact on Arizona’s teacher workforce

State education leaders are calling it "the first comprehensive picture of Arizona's teacher and certificated staff workforce." A new report released by the Arizona Department of Education Wednesday is shedding light on the status of the teacher workforce in our…

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Record Back-To-School Spending Expected

Retailers could see their best back-to-school season ever. The National Retail Federation expects K through 12 and college purchases to total more than $100 billion.  The retail trade association conducted its annual survey in early July. It found households with…

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NAU track star and DACA recipient to compete in the Olympics

A Northern Arizona University track star’s longtime dream of competing in the Olympics almost didn’t come true.  That’s because 22-year-old Luis Grijalva is undocumented. However, he’s protected from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which also allows…

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