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By ERNESTO PORTILLO JR SOME HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FIND A BETTER FIT IN ALTERNATIVE ED PROGRAM When Sahuarita High School senior Hector Encinas was a frosh, he fell behind in his credits.
MARANA Grade-schoolers get breakfast at desks Second- and third-graders at Desert Winds Elementary School don't start the school day until they do one thing: have breakfast at their desks.
By ERNESTO PORTILLO JR Easing overcrowding at the high school and following state mandates on teaching non-English speaking students are two issues facing Sahuarita Unified School District voters who will elect three school board members in November.
By ERNESTO PORTILLO JR The Sahuarita Planning and Zoning Commission last week approved eight amendments to the general plan, which could lead to the annexation of 25 square miles and a 15,000-home development. The commission is recommending the Town Council adopt the amendments.
By ERNESTO PORTILLO JR With two children and no job prospects, Faith Tuohy moved to Sahuarita earlier this year to be near her sister. Tuohy, 34, found a place to live and a job as a certified nurse's aide in an elder-care facility. She can pay the bills and provide the essentials for her children.
By TONY DAVIS FICO, developer behind planned rival for Rosemont line The Central Arizona Project water pipeline that would serve the Rosemont copper mine and Green Valley water companies has a competitor.
By JAMAR YOUNGER; ERNESTO PORTILLO JR HIGH SCHOOL FULL BEYOND CAPACITY STRESSES EVERYBODY ON FIRST DAY Principal Mark Neish didn't have time on Tuesday to worry why Sahuarita High School is overcrowded.