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Annette Reichman is the school's first deaf and visually impaired superintendent.

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The Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind’s governing board has approved a settlement with Superintendent Robert Hill.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Cinema operator Cinemark Holdings Inc. has agreed to offer new assistive devices to hearing-impaired moviegoers, under a settlement of a civil…

  • Patrick Finley Arizona Daily Star

I wasn't sure what I was looking for as I approached the Silverbell Golf Course driving range. Rich DelVecchio, who is deaf, didn't look any different than the half-dozen golfers practicing Thursday. I didn't see anyone using sign language.

  • By Patrick Finley, Arizona Daily Star

I wasn’t sure what I was looking for as I approached the Silverbell Golf Course driving range.

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Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors, military and others. Call venue for details.

 

NEW YORK — Fans of "Family Guy" are chortling about Microsoft's belated discovery that a "Family Guy" special might not jibe with the software…

  • By Sue Manning The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Jordan and Newman teased death in different ways before they were rescued by the same man. The dog persuaded the man to keep her…

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  • cam Cardow, The Ottawa Citizen

 

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  • By Rhonda Bodfield arizona daily star

Kelly Hartin-Nichols tried unsuccessfully for two years to teach her hearing-impaired daughter her colors.

  • James S. Wood / Arizona Daily Star

 

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St. David's Nathan Mayberry stiff-arms ASDB/St. Augustine's Brandon Davis during the second quarter. Playoff-bound St. David defeated the Sent…

 

Arizona Daily Star journalists Dean Knuth and Rob O'Dell won the top awards for daily newspapers in the 2009 Better Newspapers Contest, presen…