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Troy Powell has been hired as the new Head Varsity Basketball Coach at Apache Junction High School, 2525 S. Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction. Powell will also teach social studies.
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National recognition is shining once again on a student journalist at Cactus Canyon Junior High, 1575 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction.
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When Joseph Yazzie, a student at Cactus Canyon Junior High, 801 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction, wanted to connect to his indigenous roots and find a mentor that understood his unique background as a Native American, he hit the proverbial jackpot.
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Apache Junction Unified School District announced the launch of KickStart to Kindergarten, a new early childhood academic program for four and five-year-old preschoolers that will be begin July 25 of the 2022-2023 school year.
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Members of the Rotary Club joined forces with the Apache Junction Unified School District staff and students to speed up the process around the track renovation at Apache Junction High School, 2525 S. Ironwood Road in Apache Junction.
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Ogres and humans alike are encouraged to attend "Shrek the Musical" at 7 p.m. April 28th and 29th at the Performing Arts Center at the Apache Junction High School, 2525 S. Ironwood Dr. in Apache Junction.
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Starting in the 2022-2023 school year Cactus Canyon Jr. High, 801 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction will expand enrollment to include students in the sixth grade. Currently the school is open to seventh and eighth grade students.
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Two employees and one volunteer from Cactus Canyon Junior High, 801 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction were recently honored at a recent Apache Junction Unified School District Governing Board meeting.
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The sky was not the limit for members of the Science Club at Apache Junction High School as they explored history, dinosaurs, and the solar system at a recent trip to the Arizona Museum of Natural History in Mesa.
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Four years ago Robert Pappalardo and his fellow pickleball enthusiasts in Gold Canyon were in a proverbial pickle. They loved the sport, but needed a place to play.
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Today a reader, tomorrow a leader." - Margaret Fuller Prior to Spring Break students at Desert Vista Elementary School, 3701 E. Broadway Road in Apache Junction celebrated books and reading as part of their Love to Read Week celebration.
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The play area of The Early Learning Center, 1575 W. Southern Ave. in Apache Junction was recently converted to resemble the Jurassic period as Apache Junction Unified School District's preschoolers in the Early Learning Center learned about dinosaurs.
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X Melt Keto is a supplement that could help you shed pounds easily.
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They say advice is best straight from the horse's mouth. Students in the Apache Junction Unified School District got the next best thing when local veterinarian, Dr.
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Apache Junction Unified School District is estimated to receive more than $12 million in much needed facilities improvements thanks to grants from the Arizona School Facilities Board.
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Kerri Mortensen, a sixth grade teacher at Four Peaks Elementary School, 1785 N. Idaho Road in Apache Junction received a Difference Maker Award through the Stand Up, Speak Up, Save a Life state-wide student conference.
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Apache Junction Unified School District will conduct registration for incoming kindergarten students on Thursday, Feb. 17 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at all three AJUSD elementary schools.
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A team of employees from Resolution Copper provided a unique presentation that included the importance of copper, different methods of mining, local geology and even prospective job opportunities to students in Kenneth Bower's and Marie...
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Car and motorcycle lovers, as well as anyone interested in helping patriotic high school students, are invited to attend the 24th annual Navy Junior ROTC benefit car, truck and motorcycle show from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
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Two members of the Apache Junction High School Thespian Troupe recently received Superior ratings at the Central Regional Festival sponsored by the Educational Theatre Association.
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Fans of vintage rock can enjoy six two-hour music history programs to wrap up their holiday weekend.
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Read on to learn more about saving money on 17 year old driver's vehicle insurance cost!
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The eclectic music selections from the hit Netflix miniseries, along with a classic radio countdown from 1969!
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In the early days of The Beatles, John Lennon and Paul McCartney were so prolific, they composed extra material that would be recorded by others
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Early works of many rock and roll pioneers are featured, including Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, many more.
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Songs with a religious message were a part of rock's early days, often becoming multi-format hits.
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The weekly music history show highlights songs where the lyrics tell a story.
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From the mid-1950s through the early 1980s, many C&W hits became across-the-board hits.
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A full hour of rock from Ireland and Northern Ireland; and a shout out to a legendary drummer.
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Featured this week, songs by notable artists that fell short of the national Top 40.
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The weekly music history show features songs with colors in the title, and a weekly survey for a legendary radio station.