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Navajo Nation: Fast Action on Financial Aid Shortfall

  Navajo Nation: Fast Action on Financial Aid Shortfall

Fast Action on Financial Aid Shortfall   By John Christian Hopkins The Nez-Lizer administration signed off on providing $2.5 million

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Spring Classes Begin

  Spring Classes Begin

Thinking of taking a class at Coconino Community College? Spring Semester begins January 16th, 2018. There’s still time to apply

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Faster Internet For Poor and Rural Arizona Schools

  Faster Internet For Poor and Rural Arizona Schools

Page students may be getting a faster internet in the near future. Some of the most rural schools here in

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Amid a Teacher Shortage, Gov. Ducey Loosens Teacher Requirements

  Amid a Teacher Shortage, Gov. Ducey Loosens Teacher Requirements

It has been well documented that Arizona is it the midst of an education crisis. The Grand Canyon State ranks

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Memorandum of Understanding Signing

  Memorandum of Understanding Signing

On Thursday at the Page campus of Coconino Community College there was quite a crowd and quite a celebration about

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Page Higher Education Center Signing Ceremony

  Page Higher Education Center Signing Ceremony

The new Page Higher Education Center will celebrate a Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony at 1 p.m., Thursday April 27,

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Problems at Dine College?

  Problems at Dine College?

Some people believe that you go to college to get educated and learn things that will help you to a

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Chief Manuelito Scholarships Awarded

  Chief Manuelito Scholarships Awarded

Last week, 120 Navajo students were awarded Chief Manuelito scholarships as they pursue higher education. The students will receive $7,000

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Prop 124 Passes Easily, Prop 123 too Close to Call

  Prop 124 Passes Easily, Prop 123 too Close to Call

While Proposition 124, a measure which will overhaul the state’s pension system for police officers and firefighters, was approved by

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Arizonans to Decided the Fate of Prop 123 on Tuesday

  Arizonans to Decided the Fate of Prop 123 on Tuesday

Tomorrow, polls will open for a special election in Arizona. No, we won’t be electing the next mayor, councilman, or

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