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(StatePoint) As thousands of high school graduates prepare for college, more than a few households are coping with “sticker shock” when it comes to higher education costs. And many students are leaving universities not only with a degree, but a mountain of debt.
If you’re fortunate enough to receive a refund this tax season, it’s time to think about sensible uses for the extra income so, as Grandpa used to say, “it doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.”
(StatePoint) If you’re fortunate enough to receive a refund this tax season, it’s time to think about sensible uses for the extra income so, as Grandpa used to say, “it doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.”
Last week (Jan. 27 – Feb. 2) was National School Choice Week, so I thought it appropriate to respond to a column printed in the Explorer – “The focus should be on quality teaching.”
In observing the two-year anniversary that left six dead and 13 others injured in the Safeway parking lot on Ina Road, former U.S. Rep Gabrielle Giffords is no longer sitting on the sidelines.
Everyone has dreamzappers.
Contributed photo, Diane Wise, Rancho Vistoso resident, recently won the 2010 National Indie Excellence Award in the gift-book category for her book "The Dreamzappers."
Prison labor works fine in Florence
Letters to the editor published in the September 30, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
Letters to the editor published in the July 1, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
Owners needing guides, bidders on public art