Banner|Aetna, the Arizona health care company owned by Banner Health and Aetna, announced that Jon Dingledine has joined the team as the new market head of sales.
Pursuant to Arizona Code of Judicial Administration and Administrative Order 2012-009, prior to annual reappointment of Pro Tem judges, the Presiding Judge must seek input from judicial officers, attorneys and the public regarding the performance of each Pro Tem Judge.
The Town of Marana is requesting Letters of Interest from radio broadcasting companies seeking to be the exclusive radio media partner for the Town’s Star Spangled Spectacular event.
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.
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.
Matthew Gaspari has been promoted to Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer at Tucson Federal Credit Union (TFCU).
Arizona’s economy is booming! Businesses are thriving and small business—which makes up 99% of businesses in Arizona— are confident in continued economic growth.
The Maricopa Public Library will be working with Unique Management Services to recover some of the thousands of dollars the library says it is owed in account fines and fees.
Apache Junction Mayor Jeff Serdy has been elected to chair the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority alongside additional officers chosen from its existing board of directors.
The City of Tucson is seeking a water control systems engineer for its control systems operations division.
The City of Buckeye has named former Peoria deputy director of public works and 30-year public/private utility industry veteran Michael Weber as its new water resources director.
Jay Smith will oversee both the agency and operational opportunities for the development of the forest industry, and address Coconino County’s issues on public safety.