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Solar co-op launches for Northern Arizona residents to go solar together

On January 12, alongside the City of Flagstaff, City of Sedona, and Coconino County, the nonprofit group Solar United Neighbors (SUN) announced the launch of the Northern Arizona Solar Co-op to help area residents go solar. “The co-op will enable Northern Arizona homeowners and business owners to join the growing community of people saving money by harnessing solar power,” […]

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AZ Resilient: Connected Arizona

Governor Doug Ducey is urging the Legislature to strongly support his proposal to invest more than $40 million in a dramatic expansion of broadband in rural Arizona. “Reliable, high-speed internet is crucial for health care, public safety, education and economic development,” said Governor Ducey. “The broadband investments from our budget will decrease the cost of […]

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Arizona Multihousing Association, Rental Property Owners Disappointed As AZ Supreme Court Declines to Review State’s Eviction Executive Order

The Arizona Multihousing Association (AMA) and thousands of struggling rental housing owners expressed deep disappointment today at news that the Arizona Supreme Court has refused to hear a special action seeking to invalidate the Executive Order delaying evictions. In declining to hear the lawsuit, the high court has left many of the state’s rental property […]

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New Report: Arizona Ranks Third For Economic Momentum

Arizona is ranked third best in the nation for economic momentum, based on a new report by State Policy Reports. The report ranks states’ economic momentum based on growth in personal income, employment and population. Arizona ranked in the top four for employment growth and population growth. Arizona is tied for third with Montana. “Arizona’s economy was one […]

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Reports Says Arizona Relies Heavily on Trade with Mexico

Arizona rates second among the states that would be most impacted if a trade battle were to unfold with Mexico. So predicts WalletHub, a personal finance website, which analyzed all 50 states and the District of Columbia across five categories of exports, imports and jobs. Incurring an overall score of 92.83 on a 100-point scale, […]

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After mountain crews worked around the clockmaking snow as conditions permitted, Arizona Snowbowl officialsannounced the ski resort is opening at 10am today, Saturday, Nov. 19with its new lift, the Grand Canyon Express, high-speed six-personlift.  The Grand Canyon Express is Snowbowl’s first high-speed liftand the first high-speed six-person lift in Arizona.“Thanks to the hard-working mountain team […]

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Arizona Tech Advisors awarded certification as Apple Authorized Service Provider

February 2, 2016, Apple has chosen Arizona Tech Advisors (ATA) as its premier authorized service provider in northern Arizona. ATA can now service devices such as iPads, Macs, iPods, Apple TV’s and Apple Watches, without voiding warranties. ATA can also provide Apple in-warranty support, service any manufacture defects and provide AppleCare (extended warranty support) at […]

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Managed Solution Announces Expansion to Arizona

Managed Solution is excited to announce their recent expansion to Arizona, servicing clients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson and the surrounding areas. Managed Solution, a top 1% global Microsoft partner, is the premier provider of technology solutions and IT support services and recognized as the 27th fastest growing IT Companies in the US. “We value our […]

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Arizona Ranking High for Business

Governor Jan Brewer is celebrating news that Arizona has been ranked the 6th-best state in the nation in which to do business. That’s according to the 2013 report from Chief Executive Magazine, which surveyed more than 700 CEOs nationwide. Arizona’s ranking reflects a four-spot climb from last year’s report.   “This is exciting news for Arizona, […]

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Arizona Assisting Hurricane Victims

The Arizona Air National Guard’s 161st Air Refueling Wing will support local utility companies with power restoration efforts in areas on the East Coast affected by Hurricane Sandy. The 161st ARW will facilitate the loading and transportation of Salt River Project and Arizona Public Service line crews, support staff and required vehicles in efforts to restore power […]

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