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Do I want to live my best life? How will I achieve it?

A year ago, Faith opted to enroll in a diabetes prevention program at the Prescott YMCA.

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Humboldt schools see mixed results in AZMerit

Results should be viewed as more than a score; educators say it’s a tool to measure growth

Area educators are clear children aren’t numbers, and numbers don’t tell a students’ academic story.

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BASIS tops them all in AZMerit testing

The AZMerit score results in language arts and math for 14 tri-city area charter schools showed a strong performance for most of the schools, with BASIS Prescott earning the highest scores that reflected progress from the prior year’s scores.

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Groom Creek veteran witnessed official signing of Japanese surrender in 1945

Seventy-three years ago today, Aug. 14, 1945, Groom Creek resident Chuck Webster was a United States Navy sailor aboard ship in Tokyo Bay, a witness to the end of World War II with Japan’s announcement of its official surrender.

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AZMerit scores are in, with mixed results

Results should be viewed as more than a score; educators see it as a tool to measure growth

Area educators are clear children aren’t numbers, and numbers don’t tell a students’ academic story.

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Toastmasters ‘life-affirming’ approach conquers stage fright, develops confident leaders

If you would prefer to run naked down the street rather than stand still behind a podium in front of strange faces — and your job or college major demand you do so — there are folks who gather just after dawn every Tuesday who will quell your fears so you don’t become the latest social media spectacle.

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Prescott High teacher hopes to translate Fulbright scholarship into global awareness for students

In Prescott High School French teacher Cathleen Cherry’s classroom, students experience a high-energy educator who does a lot more than teach a language — she offers a taste of world culture and diversity meant to tantalize them into thinking of a life beyond their day-to-day existence.

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2 school districts - Prescott and Chino Valley - and Yavapai College to have board elections Nov. 6

All other districts' seats uncontested

In the tri-city region, only Prescott Unified School District and Chino Valley Unified School District will have contested school board races, or three candidates for two, four-year seats this year.

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New PHS school resource officer for 2018-19

On the first day of school, Prescott Police Department Officer David Holmes was standing in the middle of the crosswalk just beyond the entrance to Prescott High School to greet folks and make sure everybody was headed to the place where they needed to go.

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Serving the homeless with safety, dignity

Four days a week, Doretta Kearney navigates her scooter over to the Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ) emergency shelter on Madison Avenue in Prescott where she does the noon lunch dishes.

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