Republican Diane Douglas said voters should elect her as the next schools chief to save education in Arizona from “people in the ivory towers that actually have the audacity to refer to our children as human capital.”
To cap off the weeklong celebration of Constitution Week throughout the Kyrene School District, Kyrene del Milenio Elementary School invited Roxanne Song Ong, chief presiding judge of Phoenix Municipal Court, to speak to the second-grade students about government, the Constitution and what it’s like being a judge.
In his hoop dancing and flute playing, Tony Duncan hears the nocturnal howls of the coyote as it mischievously darts from village to village searching for food, and he sees the twinkling of moonlight on river rocks and sees how that made the stars.
Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe High School will host a candidate forum to let the community to meet Legislative District No. 18 and Tempe Union High School’s school board candidates running in November’s general election.
Due to last Monday’s huge storm, it actually rained on the inside of our house for awhile. Water found a way between floors and began to stream through the ceiling on the first floor while leaving soggy carpet in the room directly above. And I had just been feeling confident because our pool hadn’t overflowed.
Nothing was going right for the Hamilton Huskies: They had surrendered 28 straight points to the Pinnacle Pioneers and found themselves trailing on the road for the first time with less than two minutes to play.
The first debate between gubernatorial candidates Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat Fred DuVal was what I expected it to be. Their positions on education and jobs are quite well known. Both spoke well, dressed alike and were pleasant. It was what was to be expected.
Imagine being locked in a room with a zombie, scrambling to find clues to unlock the door and every minute getting closer to being eaten. Sound exhilarating? Then the new attraction at Ahwatukee Children’s Theatre may be for you.
Gilbert High School offensive coordinator and ex-NFL quarterback Max Hall has lost his position with the Tigers amid accusations he possessed cocaine and shoplifted items from two stores in the East Valley during the Labor Day weekend.