A typical high schooler wakes up, gets ready and goes to school to receive an education. Most high schoolers gets homework every day, and they tend to stay up every night finishing homework.
The Kyrene School District has been educating children since 1888, and over the past 130 years, we have worked hard to establish a reputation as a high-performing district. While we embrace our history, we continue to pursue innovative programs that will ensure our students are prepared for …
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The world has turned its eyes to Arizona after a local headline caused an international public outcry – and for good reason: “State officials investigate after patient in nursing facility gives birth.”
As we begin the New Year, I want to say thank you once again to our community for re-electing me to represent you in the state senate for the next two years. It is an honor to serve our community, and I am humbled by your trust and support, as evidenced by our double digit margin of victory …
If you’re looking for a smoking gun of how political insiders subvert the will of citizenry, you need look no further than what City Manager Ed Zuercher did behind closed doors.
Come year’s end, some columnists run out of things to write. This gives rise to lots of “year in review” pieces, whereby ink-stained wretches again pick over all that occurred during the past 365 days.
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