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TOWN OF MARANA: Marana Police Department Embodies A Community-Building Culture

A message from Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema, originally published in Tucson Local Media.

PIMA ANIMAL CARE CENTER: PACC takes in dozens of birds and dogs in hoarding case

Pima Animal Care Center has taken in 85 pets from a hoarding case, including 67 birds and 18 small dogs. The clinic team at the shelter says the dogs are in good condition.

COCHISE COUNTY: Health department offers program for caregivers

With Arizona predicted to have the highest number of Alzheimer’s/Dementia cases in the nation by 2025, Cochise Health & Social Services is offering a program designed to help caregivers.


Arizona remains committed to supporting economic development, improving healthcare and enhancing public safety across our state.

COCONINO COUNTY: Repairs beginning on North Schultz Flood area mitigation measures

Contractors will begin repairs next week to both on- and off-forest flood mitigation measures in the northern portion of the Schultz Flood area.

TOWN OF MARANA: May is Building Safety Month in Marana

On Tuesday , April 16 the Marana Town Council officially recognized May as Building Safety Month with a formal proclamation.

COCHISE COUNTY: County wins top health award

Cochise County has been recognized for its efforts to not only become a healthier workplace, but for expanding that philosophy into the community.

OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA GOVERNOR DOUG DUCEY: Arizona Becomes First State To Establish Universal Recognition Of Occupational Licenses

Governor Doug Ducey today, joined by Representative Warren Petersen, Arizona legislators, members of the business community and many more, signed H.B. 2569, making Arizona the first state in the country to recognize occupational licenses for new residents.

PIMA ANIMAL CARE CENTER: Low-cost vaccination clinic offered March 30

Pima Animal Care Center is teaming up with PAWS Veterinary Center to offer a low-cost vaccination clinic Saturday, March 30, at the Sahuarita Safeway, located at 1301 W. Duval Mine Rd. It starts at 7 a.m. and lasts until noon.

ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: ADOT makes adopting a highway easier with new interactive map

The Arizona Department of Transportation is making it easier than ever to help keep state highways litter-free by introducing an interactive map showing which Adopt a Highway segments are waiting for volunteers.

OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA GOVERNOR DOUG DUCEY: Strengthening Arizona’s Trade Relationships issued the following announcement on March 5.Original source can be found here.

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