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Jonesboro bee farm looks to diversify as population declines

Richard Coy warned a visitor to step back as he lifted the lid of a honeybee hive. But with the temperature just above freezing and a brisk wind blowing, the bees clung to the relative warmth of the hive.
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U. of Arizona works to bridge $25 million funding gap | Washington (DC) Times

University of Arizona officials are looking for ways to bridge a $25 million funding gap caused by state budget reductions.
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Popular professor is retiring from UofA | Washington (DC) Times

One of the University of Arizona’s most popular professors is retiring. Wednesday was James Knight’s last day of teaching at the Tucson university.

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Arizona Gov. Ducey to attend water conference in Israel | Washington (DC) Times

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey plans to attend an international conference on water technology in Israel next month as the state continues to expect a potential shortfall in its Colorado River water supply in coming years, his office announced Wednesday.
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UA to open veterinary school in 2015 | Washington (DC) Times

University of Arizona officials have announced plans to start a veterinary medical school supported by private funds.
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Arizona House OKs revised $9.23B state budget | Washington (DC) Times

Arizona House OKs revised $9.23B state budget | Washington (DC) Times | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

A deal on a state budget in hand after days of wrangling between Republican factions, the Arizona House on Thursday evening adopted a $9.24 billion state budget that made changes to a plan passed by the Senate.

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