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Aloha Water Store is now open

My husband Sebastian & I invite everyone to stop in and sample our water. Located at 2331 Hualapai Mountain Road Kingman Az 86401 Open M-F 10-6 and Sat-Sun 10-4 We are a small mom/pop/and son Troy looking to be your 1 stop source for healthy, clean, delicious water. Only 25 cents per gallon for reverse osmosis & 1 dollar a gallon for our white marble alkaline water. Remember, the best water makes the best coffee! We also have bottles for sale, some ice cream, sodas/energy drinks and energy bars. We plan on much more items such as ice, and...

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BLOOD DRIVE

BLOOD DRIVE NUCOR STEEL/GOLDEN VALLEY FIRE DISTRICT FRIDAY, APRIL 6TH 12:00 PM-4:00 PM GVFD PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER 423 S. COLORADO, GOLDEN...

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Schools’ response to student walkouts varied across state, nation

Kyley Schultz Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Schools’ response to student walkouts varied across state, nation WASHINGTON – High school students across the country walked out Wednesday to demand action on school safety, but how far they walked and what they faced when they walked back in varied by school district. In Arizona, there was no set policy on how schools were to manage the hundreds of students who participated in school demonstrations marking the one-month anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that killed 17 and wounded 14. The decision was left to individual school districts. But Heidi Vega, spokeswoman for the Arizona School Boards Association, said that while there was no single approach for handling the walkouts, many schools took the protests “very seriously” and worked with students who organized the events. “We are letting schools have the final decision, but we did send out an official statement to schools with tips on handling student activism and a resource list,” Vega said. “Schools have different approaches, but many are requiring them to have their demonstrations on campus at a specific time.” She saw that with her own children, whose schools required that students remain on school grounds. Vega cited an email from Mountain Ridge High School, which one of her children attends, that warned students who left campus could be subject to suspension and told...

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Immigration attorneys say DREAMers will be left in limbo

Shayla Hyde Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 Immigration attorneys say DREAMers will be left in limbo PHOENIX — Arizona immigration attorneys said the six-month winding down of the dreamers’ program leaves thousands in limbo. Faces of DACA See more coverage of the DACA program and recipients Related Stories • Trump’s DACA decision brings tears, uncertainty, determination for recipients • From ‘fulfills a promise’ to ‘wrong’ and ‘heartless,’ online reaction to DACA news is swift • DACA repeal could have negative economic impact in Arizona What will happen to undocumented immigrants who entered the U.S. as children who want to file for DACA is uncertain, said attorney Candia Weaver. “It is a very frightening way to live,” said Weaver, who specializes in immigration issues said of those in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. President Donald Trump on Tuesday rescinded the program former President Barack Obama instituted in 2012 by executive order, asking Congress to come up with a legislative plan. The original program will be phased out by March 5, 2018, leaving confusing and contradictory legal questions over what will happen with DREAMers who have already filed for DACA or who plan to file before the program winds down. Phoenix attorney Alicia Heflin said that those who want DACA protection had to have their applications submitted and received before Tuesday’s ruling. The administration will not consider any new applications....

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HAVASU SPEEDWAY OFFERS FINAL EVENT OF SEASON

  The final racing event of the season is set this Saturday at the Havasu Speedway at SARA Park. The fun begins at 7:00 p.m. A “night of destruction” is the theme for special competition featuring the infamous Waterless Boat Race and Monster Truck Show. Admission (gates open 2 hours prior to racing, racing starts 7 pm): General Admission: $12 Kids 6-16: $6 Kids 5 and under: Free Seniors/Military/Handicapped: $10 Family Pack (2 adults, 2 kids): $25 VIP Seating: $25 LHHS get $1.00 discount with school ID   CONTACT: Shelly Keirns...

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