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State expands teaching academy at universities, enrollment doubled

The Arizona Teachers Academy is in its second year and the Arizona Board of Regents released a report Friday, June 14 announcing how the program performed during 2018-2019.

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Electrical program at Mohave Community College designed to add electricians to labor pool

In many areas around Kingman and in Mohave County, neighborhoods are growing. Houses are being built from the ground up getting ready for families to move in and make it a home.

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Mohave Community College nursing program ranks third in the country

Two factors that helped push the college to the top of the rankings are national board exam pass rates and job placement rates for graduates

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Column | Mi apá, my dad

He loves popcorn and for some reason has me make it for him when he clearly knows how since he’s the one that taught me.

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Beale Street Theater brings to life nostalgia for the ‘50s through its production of ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

A teenage heartthrob, every generation has had one during its time. For Kim MacAfee, an all-American girl, her eye candy is Conrad Birdie, a 1960s rock star sensation, and she has been chosen to kiss him before he leaves to the Army.

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Kingman Unified School District brings in new flavors with change to food services program

Students will see a change in the school lunch menu when schools open for Kingman Unified School District. The district’s governing board approved Chartwells Schools Dining Services, a food services company, to provide food services to the various schools in the district.

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KUSD board approves to go to voters for a $35 million special bond election

The “TBD million dollar bond” has been determined. Kingman Unified School District Governing Board approved Tuesday, June 11 to adopt a resolution to order and call a special bond election to be held in November.

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Kingman Unified School District board to decide about special election bond that includes Palo Christi

Is a preschool and development center worth $16M?

Residents of Kingman may see a special election coming up in November if the Kingman Unified School District governing board gives its approval to move forward with a multi-million dollar bond that will refurbish Palo Christi School.

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KUSD suffering from bus driver shortage, KAOL reports its OK

As the wheels on the bus go round and round, many of those wheels may not be turning due to bus driver shortages. Across the state many districts are facing shortages, but are Kingman Academy of Learning and Kingman Unified School District on the same bus?

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Susan Chan, KAOL executive director, retires after 25 years at the charter school

‘I have a lot of life I want to live’

She has been in the education profession since 1980 and almost 40 years later, she finally decided it is time to retire.

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