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Marana Unified School District is going to the voters in November to ask for $125 million in bonds.
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Vote no on Prop 204
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer outlined plans for the state’s future during the Centennial State of the State address at the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 10.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer outlined plans for the state's future, during Centennial State of the State address in Tucson Tuesday.
The Marana Unified School District will conduct public forums for community members to learn about Proposition 400. This proposition requests voter authorization to continue the current 10-percent maintenance and operation budget override, approved in 2007.
A year has passed. The year 2010 is about to fade into “bolivian”, as Mike Tyson said after his last fight. He meant to say “oblivion”; instead, the furious, troubled and tattooed Tyson, who was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame this year, raised eyebrows in an entire South American nation.
Candidates for the Amphitheater Unified School District's school board met for a debate last week presented by the League of Women Voters.
On Wednesday night, the League of Women Voters hosted a debate for the two open seats on the Amphitheater Unified School District Governing Board at the Nanini Library.
Wallet lost, then found; his thanks eternal
A correlation between poverty, incarceration rate can be drawn
House District 26 Republican candidates Rep. Vic Williams, Terri Proud and Wade McLean shared their views about public school funding ahead of the Aug. 24 primary election.
Money carrots more golden as decision nears
Do kids a big favor, and be parent to them
The biggest change in Marana schools for 2010-'11 may be what didn't happen over the summer.
About two-thirds of Amphitheater School District students in voluntary, tuition-based full-day kindergarten schools are being signed up for the longer day, according to Amphi associate superintendent Patrick Nelson.
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer did not go unchallenged at a luncheon with legislators and business people Thursday at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador in Oro Valley.
The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador chicken and pasta at last Thursday's joint session of the Marana and Tucson chambers of commerce was far from rubbery. Quite good, truly.
In 500 days as governor of Arizona, Republican Gov. Jan Brewer has "changed everything about state government — its priorities, its spending habits, its size and its culture," she told a gathering of business people and legislators Thursday in Oro Valley.
When the 2010-'11 school year opens in August, all the schools in the Marana Unified School District will have new custodial arrangements following a reduction-in-force of custodians.
Why not have IDs that show citizenship?
Mark Twain once said that the only people who have the right to use the collective "we" are kings, presidents, editors and people with tapeworms.
By a margin of nearly 2-1, Arizona voters have passed Proposition 100, the three-year, 1 percent sales tax increase expected to generate up to $1 billion a year to help fund primary and secondary education, health and human services and public safety.