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Douglas AMA management goal under review, workshops ahead for management plan

ADWR officals say that those with non-exempt wells must apply for a grandfathered right by March 1 in order to continue legally withdrawing groundwater from the basin

Biden dedicates ASU library to late Sen. John McCain

This will be President Joe Biden's fourth major speech on democracy.

Cochise County Elections Director Resigns, Again

Cochise County Elections Director Bob Bartelsmeyer submitted his resignation last Friday

Cochise Supervisor files suit against state and Maricopa County officals over 2022 Election

The Republican County Supervisor claims that Maricopa County Elections Officials didn't follow procedure when verifiying signatures on mail-in ballots

Wadsack recall falls short

Supporters could not gather the signatures they needed.

Free tutoring now available to combat pandemic-learning loss in AZ

Students in grades one through eight, who failed state math, reading and writing proficiency tests, are eligible for free tutoring services.

Miracle Valley Bible College is up for auction

The starting price is $325,000

New English language learning proficiency testing rules spark controversy

The new changes will effect Spring 2023 reassessment and the 2023-2024 placement.

AZ Supreme Court agrees to hear abortion challenge

The state's 15-week abortion ban will be decided by the justices.

Cochise County Supervisors don't approve measures to prevent ballot fraud

Recorder resigns as interim County Elections Director

Vail could become its own town

The issue may end up in court before voters get to it.

Ciscomani wants to expand rural internet access with new legislation

CONNECT Act hopes to address issues with existing program.

MMIP task forces are given years to solve a problem centuries in the making

Gov. Katie Hobbs’ Task Force on Missing and Murdered Indigenous People face a “big ask” – to “reduce and end violence against Indigenous people” in the state.

Douglas council member files open meeting law complaint with Attorney General

The council member claims that an item was removed from the agenda without a motion

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