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PHOENIX — Republican lawmakers voted Wednesday to punish teachers who don’t present both sides of controversial science or events, a move that some lawmakers say could force them to seek out and present contrary views on everything from climate change and slavery to the 9-11 terrorist attack…

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Registration is now open for the Cochise College summer semester. You can view the Summer 2021 schedule of courses on the college website www.cochise.edu/schedule. Students can register either online through their MyCochise student portal or in person at any campus or center during business …

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The Coronado MOAA Chapter is happy to announce its 2021 scholarship recipients. Six students received a total of $9,600, including a $1000 Grombacher Award. COVID presented communication challenges but there were still had six qualified applicants. Our sole JROTC applicant came to us from To…

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SIERRA VISTA— A handful of community leaders led by former City Councilwoman Gwen Calhoun in a virtual town hall Thursday tackled some weighty topics that included COVID-19 and racism and how these are being handled in Sierra Vista.

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We love our teachers. They’re working harder than ever this year and need our support and compassion more than ever. In Cochise County, we’re blessed to have some of the most dedicated and passionate educators in the state, and we’re all grateful for that. While every day is a good day to th…

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COCHISE COUNTY — End of an era: Cochise College Student Government Association officers reflect on a year of virtual events due to the COVID-19 pandemic and plans of expansion for the fall.

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The best of the best were recognized Saturday at the Mall at Sierra Vista in the Cochise Education Foundation 2021 Teacher of the Year awards. The top elementary, middle school and high school teachers were named along with the Teacher of the Year — Krystalynne Kimbell of Carmichael Elementa…

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BISBEE — To help students who participate in sports and extracurricular activities at Lowell Junior High School and Bisbee High School, the board of the Bisbee Unified School District agreed to the purchase of two 14-passenger buses during Tuesday’s meeting.

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COCHISE COUNTY — A new accommodation school and district, which will give youth who’ve dropped out of high school another chance at earning a diploma, is getting set to launch soon thanks to efforts by Cochise County Superintendent Jacqui Clay and Outreach Coordinator Ben Reyna.

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Cochise College is pleased to announce a new alliance with Arizona State University to provide students a seamless transfer experience with the MyPath2ASU program. MyPath2ASU™ allows students to take the steps needed, at the start of their college experience, to successfully plan their trans…

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TOMBSTONE — While students were on spring break, Tombstone Unified School District’s campuses bustled with activity, mostly related to construction projects.

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SIERRA VISTA — Saturday’s Kars for Kids event, an annual fundraiser for the local Boys & Girls Club, packed Plaza Vista Mall with 262 entries and hundreds of spectators.

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Sierra Vista Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Eric Holmes updated the board on March 23 about the district’s COVID vaccination site at Buena High School and the upcoming Summer Academy.

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BOWIE — Dr. Nic Clement from the Arizona School Boards Association is guiding the search to replace Superintendent of Bowie Unified School District Wendy Conger. Conger announced in November that after six years spent in various positions at Bowie Unified, she would be resigning at the end o…

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WASHINGTON — Arizona school and health officials welcomed Friday’s announcement that COVID-safe social distancing for students can be reduced from 6 feet to 3, but they did not appear to be rushing to embrace the lower standard.

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BISBEE — Students and teachers both are very happy to be back to relative normal as in–person classes began again March 15 after the spring break.