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In a surprise announcement last week, Horizon Honors Secondary Principal Cynthia Shaheen retired from the position she has held since 2015, but said she would continue as a part-time “Administrator on Special Assignment” to assure a smooth transition for her successor.

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Years ago, life had a much slower pace. We have been thrust into a 24/7 society where nothing closes, and nothing goes offline. We expect answers immediately from internet searches and depend on directions from our phones.  

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As Tempe Union High School District began a new semester last week in all-virtual mode, teachers and administrators continued to address the learning gap that has emerged since the pandemic disrupted classroom instruction.

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The 2018-20 Kyrene Governing Board went into the history books last December without locking in a lease for 28 acres of land the district owns along I-10 in Ahwatukee.

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A new year and a preliminary injunction haven’t changed the fight over the future of the Club West Golf Course between the HOA board and a nonprofit comprising local homeowners.

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The state’s top school official wants Gov. Doug Ducey to keep schools closed to in-person learning for two weeks following the explosion of COVID-19 cases in the state.

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The state is revamping its COVID-19 vaccine distribution system in hopes of getting more people inoculated faster.

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A Los Angeles multifamily complex investment firm late last month inked a deal to buy the Pointe at South Mountain Apartments in Ahwatukee for $80 million.

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The judge who crafted the historic Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course ruling has been warned by the attorney for the Arizona Republican Party that he is treading on First Amendment rights if he imposes sanctions on his client for bringing what the judge called a “meritless” lawsuit over the Nov. 3 …