Apr 19 Mingus Union considers school newspaper club
Board members are set Tuesday night to consider bringing the Marauder Messenger to the Mingus campus, a club sponsored by English teacher Loraine Roethler and Math teacher Lauren Adams.
Apr 19 Educators, county collaborate for broadband project
Educators from kindergarten to college have joined the countywide pursuit for broadband, citing the need for Internet-based learning and the possibility of additional programming for rural schools.
Apr 18 Sedona chess masters put eighth place in checkmate
Sedona Charter School’s chess club competed in the Arizona State Scholastic Chess Championships at Flagstaff High School on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13, placing eighth in the state in the grade 7-9 division.
Apr 18 Simson helps feed fellow students
Sedona Red Rock High School now has a food pantry in the works, and it’s thanks to the dedication of its own students. Students Kai Simson and Lily Davis have teamed up with the Yavapai Food Council to create the pantry
Apr 18 Mayer track collects personal bests at Mingus
Kwame Jackson had a fifth-place finish in the 100 meters with a 12.20, and Bryce Atkerson took sixth place with a 12.34.
Apr 17 Valdez enjoying late season switch
Two races into his new career as an 800-meter runner, Camp Verde sophomore Luis Valdez is enjoying his newfound race.
Apr 17 Aftershock at Mesa Classic
Micah Swenson Aftershock DIstance Club Head Coach Under the Friday night lights of Mesa Community College, the athletes of Aftershock Distance Club took to the track one final time against collegiate athletes before setting their sights on the upc...
Apr 17 H.E. Ambassador Farhad Sepahbody, Iranian Diplomat, dies at 85 in S...
H.E. Ambassador Farhad Sepahbody, a distinguished career diplomat during the reign of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, died in exile at his home in Sedona, Arizona, on Sunday, 6 April 2014.
Apr 17 Coconino County wants to choke off e-cigarettes in public places
Chris Azimi, a Northern Arizona University student, smokes an electronic cigarette at a Flagstaff park.
Apr 17 Verde Valley wants its own college: State laws make scenario unlikely
New college board member Al Filardo said, ""In order to accomplish the main intent of the committee that's, for lack of a better terminology, raising Cain about creating a new college, they would really have to create a new county."
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