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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman on Monday released a 35-page document of guidelines for reopening schools in August that could become a handy tool for parents in deciding whether they want to send their children to campuses – and what questions they should be asking …

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At least 6,700 Ahwatukee residents have lost their jobs or been furloughed since social distancing guidelines and business closures began to control the spread of COVID-19, according to new tracking maps from Maricopa Association of Governments.

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An Ahwatukee man who has declared himself a candidate for one of three seats on the Kyrene Governing Board generated outrage twice in the past week with postings on Twitter – one in which he used the word “retarded” and another in which he falsely identified an Arizona State University stude…

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State senators were scheduled to return to the Capitol yesterday with the goal of finally finishing out the on-again off-again session that began in January.

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Perhaps the most significant announcement Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman will ever make could come this week as she rolls out guidelines for reopening schools this August.

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Ahwatukee families expecting to swim at Pecos Pool, seniors longing for the return of programs at Pecos Center and anyone looking forward to visiting Ironwood Library are in for a disappointing June.

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Horizon Honors Secondary School is rolling the dice and postponing any graduation until it can hold a formal commencement for its 92 seniors on Aug. 1.

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A group of Club West homeowners who want the beleaguered golf course to be restored or turned into a preserve recently fired back at their HOA board’s effort to dismiss their lawsuit over what they call an illegal attempt to control the site’s future.

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Among the casualties in a pandemic that has taken thousands of lives are the solemn ceremonies that would have been held this holiday weekend in honor of thousands of other lives that men and women in uniform gave for their country.

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Arizona groups still trying to put measure on the November ballot are going to have to try to get needed signatures the old-fashioned face-to-face way despite the COVID-19 outbreak.

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When most people see something slithery in their yards, the immediate thoughts of “kill it” and “I want it gone” cross their minds.