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Local Groups Alleviating Unemployment Concerns

 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its unemployment figures for the nation for the month of February. The January numbers showed 8.3 percent of Americans were out of work. The State of Arizona’s most recent figures are from December, and show 8.7 percent of our residents are unemployed. Coconino County’s rate was 8.5 percent, […]

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Honoring the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Today, Arizonans and Americans commemorate the life and legacy of one of our nation’s most pivotal and influential civil rights champions, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   “In a 1957 address to a Montgomery, Alabama, crowd, Dr. King proclaimed – ‘Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?’ On this […]

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Solar Power Projects Illuminating Northern Arizona

Last year, Arizonans received 26 percent more megawatt hours of renewable energy than the previous year, reported APS to the Arizona Corporation Commission in May. That was enough to surpass Arizona’s renewable energy goals – set by the Arizona Corporation Commission – for the third straight year. To help reach aggressive future goals, APS is […]

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Building a Better Arizona One Community at a Time

An update on the Five Communities Project:  95 communities submitted letters of intent for the Five Communities Project.  Chairman Lattie Coor calls the letters ‘bold ideas’ that will help people address some of the most challenging isssues that Arizona and the nation face in the 21st century-job creation, building a competitive education system, protecting our […]

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Arizonans Deciphering the Business Of Medical Marijuana

(FBN UPDATE.  Beginning April 14th, Arizonans will be able to begin the process for growing marijuana.  State Health Director Will Humble is announcing the applications are available at his agency’s website.  Patients will need to be certified by their physicians as candidates for medicinal marijuana use, before applying for permission to acquire it.  Dispensaries are […]

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Governor Gives State of the State Address

      Speaker Adams, President Pearce, Honorable Senators and Representatives of the Centennial Legislature, Chief Justice Berch and Justices of the Supreme Court, constitutional officers, tribal leaders, honored guests, and my fellow Arizonans: I had intended to deliver a State of the State address to you today — remarks that outline an exciting and […]

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