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ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: ADOT program helping more women enter construction trades

An unemployed single mom of three, Iris Bost hoped to break into the male-dominated construction industry that would provide better pay than working retail.

OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA GOVERNOR DOUG DUCEY: Arizona Cardinals Visit Second Chance Center Job Fair

Governor Doug Ducey, joined by Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwill and Arizona Cardinals players Antoine Bethea and Corey Peters, attended a job fair yesterday at the Lewis State Prison Complex’s Eagle Point Second Chance Center.

Attorney general's office looks back on first year of expanded terrorism law

Arizona's expanded terrorism law is working, the state attorney general's office said in a recent interview detailing the 2017 statute and recent convictions.

PIMA COUNTY: Elections set to mail sample ballots for Nov. 6 election

On Oct. 26, the Pima County Elections Department will mail approximately 112,000 sample ballots for the Nov. 6 General Election to voter households that did not request an early ballot.

COCONINO COUNTY: Superintendent of Schools Risha VanderWey seeks applicants for school district governing boards

Coconino County issued the following announcement on Oct. 19.Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Risha VanderWey is seeking applicants for appointment to four school district governing boards in the County.

TUCSON METRO CHAMBER: Tucson Federal Credit Union C-Suite Promotion and New Hire

Matthew Gaspari has been promoted to Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer at Tucson Federal Credit Union (TFCU).

PIMA COUNTY: Board accepts grant to combat opioid addiction

The Pima County Board of Supervisors today accepted a three-year, $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) intended to expand and enhance local efforts to combat opioid addiction.

OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA GOVERNOR DOUG DUCEY: Arizona’s State Fair - A 113-Year-Old Tradition

Over a century ago, the Arizona Exposition and State Fair was established to provide a gathering place for the Arizona community.

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: ADOT director responds to agreement to study I-10

Following the Maricopa Association of Governments’ announcement that an agreement has been reached with the Gila River Indian Community to study I-10 between the Valley and Casa Grande, Arizona Department of Transportation Director John Halikowski.

Contreras 'admonished' for allegedly mishandling veteran's home neglect, ad says

Arizona Attorney General candidate January Contreras may be guilty of mishandling neglect in a state veteran’s home, according to a new TV ad from the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA).

Weiers elected to region's Transportation Policy Committee

Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers was unanimously elected as vice chair to the Transportation Policy Committee to help to develop the region's transportation policies.

City of Goodyear awards $114,000 in grant money to nonprofits

Twenty-six area nonprofits will share more than $114,000 in grant money as part of the city of Goodyear's annual Community Fund program.

Twitter users criticise January Contreras after debate performance

Social media users recently blasted January Contreras following her debate with Mark Brnovich, stating the Democratic Attorney General candidate appeared too partisan and waivered on too many issues.

PAID program helps employers track back wages due

GILBERT — The Gilbert Chamber of Commerce is alerting members to the U.S. Department of Labor's (DOL) new Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program, which can help employers avoid potential overtime and minimum wage violations.

Which U.S. schools receive the most federal student aid?

Allen School-Phoenix, University of Phoenix-Arizona and Studio Academy of Beauty were among U.S. schools that reported receiving the most federal financial aid during the 2017-18 academic year, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Assistant AG Ensign asks judge to uphold Israel boycott ban during appeal

Boycotts of Israel by companies doing business with the state of Arizona are not protected under the First Amendment, according to an appeal filed by Assistant Attorney General Curtis Ensign.

TUCSON METRO CHAMBER: Vantage West Promotes Gomez to Business Relationship Manger I

Vantage West Credit Union, southern Arizona’s largest credit union, announced today the promotion of Miguel (Mickey) Gomez from Sr. Business Banker to Business Relationship Manager I.

MESA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: International exchange students focus on business, early childhood education and sustainable agriculture

Mesa Community College is pleased to welcome 12 international exchange students to contribute to our vibrant campus community during the 2018-2019 academic year as part of the U.S. Department of State’s Community College Initiative (CCI) Program.

PIMA COUNTY: AZ Pure Water project honored with Environmental Excellence Award

Pima County’s AZ Pure Water Brew Challenge project won the Governor’s Award for Arizona’s Future at the 38th Annual Arizona Forward Environmental Excellence Awards presented by SRP, Oct. 6 in Scottsdale. Arizona Forward honored the project for its effort to effectively steward water resources and engage the public in sustainability efforts.

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