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  • May 1, 2016

Coolidge Examiner

Staff at forefront of State of the City

Mayor Jon Thompson addresses attendees at the Coolidge/Florence Elks Lodge Wednesday.

It was his second chance to deliver the State of the City Address, but Mayor Jon Thompson wanted to rectify one oversight he said he made in his first address last year.

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  • CUSD learns with data-driven grant

    The Coolidge Unified School District is using its EDISA team to improve achievement through data-driven research on what the needs of their students and teachers are.

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  • CAC chooses finalist to become next president

    SIGNAL PEAK — After a search process that began in October when Central Arizona College President Doris Helmich announced her impending retire…

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  • Coolidge High FBLA takes home awards

    It’s beginning to become a theme for the Coolidge High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students and their teacher.

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  • CAC students support 4-day week

    SIGNAL PEAK — As Central Arizona College continues to study the prospects of moving back to a five-day work week from the current four-day week, the students at the college have spoken.

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  • Chaplain juggles dual roles of law, comfort

    TUCSON — On a typical work day, Shevannah Wray dons the olive green uniform of a U.S. Border Patrol agent and heads out into the desert of sou…

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  • Religious leaders object to MS law

    JACKSON, Miss. — Dozens of Methodist leaders are objecting to Mississippi’s new religious objections law, saying it violates their religious principles.

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