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- The Pandemic Duo: Numb and Number
- Are we really willing to kiss another school year goodbye?
- Face masks and COVID
- Not even John Wayne is safe
- On America's Birthday, It's Time to Ask: Where Do We Want to Go from Here?
- Time to reconsider mandate?
- Start date, online learning issues a concern for K-12 schools
PHOENIX — Arizona voters could get to decide on some major changes in health care policies a…
PHOENIX — Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to spurn a request…
A third Graham County resident with COVID-19 has died.
July 1 was the final tee-ball game of the summer for Mt. Graham Little League. Seven teams for children 4-6 have…
Plenty of paintballs were whizzing by and splattering as players ran, ducked and dodged at Dry Lake Park in Saff…
Although the preseason might look a little different for high school football teams because of COVID-19, coaches…
Since its founding in 1873, the remote mining town of Clifton, AZ has been trapped in a devastating cycle of vio…
After months of being closed, Morenci Unified School District’s daycare, The Wildkitten Den, has re-opened.
PHOENIX — As the number of Arizonans who have contracted COVID-19 has raced past 100,000, testing for the novel coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease has become a priority. Some of that testing now is being done through saliva, a process that’s easier and less expensive.
The Arizona Department of Transportation recently released its annual Motor Vehicle Crash Facts Report and it revealed Graham, Greenlee counties together had 10 fatal crashes in 2019, three of them involving alcohol.