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Well, folks, do you know what time is nearly here? Of course you do—it’s time for the science fair! First, your own school will organize a science fair and then if your project is judged among the best, your project is sent to Southern Arizona Regional Science and Engineering Foundation (SARSEF) Science Fair. You’ll know if you got into the science fair by late February and early March. 

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James Green went into teaching many years ago and he enjoyed it, he says. Read more

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For over a century two organizations have been enriching the lives of children, giving them a code of ethics to abide by, teaching leadership, respect and skills they will use in adulthood. Most likely you or someone in your family has been, or currently is, a member of the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts of America. 

Currently there are over 2.4 million Boy Scouts and 1.9 million Girl Scouts in the US. In Arizona, there are four main councils that serve the northern and southern parts of our state. In Phoenix, the main council for Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is the...Read more

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 Now that’s something your mom or dad never told you!

Coconut crabs are huge. Living on islands in the Pacific and Indian oceans, they can grow to 18 inches long and weigh up to 9 pounds! In fact, these are the world’s largest land crabs (ocean crabs like king crabs and the Japanese... Read more

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Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro died Nov. 25 at age 90. Castro was a hero for some Cubans, and a tyrannical dictator for others, so news of his death was met with varying reactions—some mourned while others celebrated.

Castro was born near Birán, Cuba. As a young man, he was part of anti... Read more

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