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Emily Hoffman whips up a french omelette to train for a job as part of the Payson High School Culinary Arts program.

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School programs threatened

Credit for Kids change could hurt bands, clubs

Credit for Kids, the 16-year-old tax credit that allows individuals to donate to schools and take $200 off of their tax bill, has fallen under scrutiny at the state level. The resulting legal opinions and policy changes have already affected many Payson students and vital extracurricular programs.

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Culinary students vie for careers and scholarships

Chef wants to give back and elevate taste

Three Payson students competed this weekend in hopes of adding to the total of $152,271 in scholarships Payson High School (PHS) Culinary Arts students have received since 2006 from the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (CCAP).


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