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Alliance to battle sexual, domestic violence in Apache County

EAGAR — Members of law enforcement along with others who fight against sexual and domestic violence have formed an alliance in Apache County to help prevent as many future incidents as they can.

U.S. Supreme Court upholds Arizona’s congressional map

After much anticipation, the Supreme Court on Monday declared in a 5-4 ruling that the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission did not violate the Constitution by redrawing the Congressional lines in 2012.

Subway Kids & Sports donates $4K grant to Camp Tatiyee

PINETOP-LAKESIDE — Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona, whose mission is to provide sports equipment, uniforms, registration fees and access to major sporting events for kids who might not otherwise be able to participate, chose Lion’s Camp Tatiyee as one of the organization’s 2015 grant recipients.

Forest offices to close July 3 in observance of Independence Day

SPRINGERVILLE — All Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests offices and ranger stations will be closed Friday, July 3, in observance of Independence Day and will resume regular business hours Monday, July 6, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Board talks about rash of resignations, Brackney investigation

SHOW LOW — When the 14 current resignations and retirements item came up at the Show Low School Board meeting June 11, Superintendent Kevin Brackney stated that he had talked to the principals and reported that the people weren’t leaving because they didn’t like the district. He cited variou…

Drop zone: Pump prices fall

WHITE MOUNTAINS —  After reaching a new high for 2015 this week, the nation appears to have gotten with the program. This week, Arizona pump prices fell more than a penny to $2.725. Nationwide, prices dropped 2 cents to $2.781.