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Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission Start Deliberation on Final Maps

  Phoenix, AZ – Arizona’s Independent Redistricting Commission will complete its final week of listening to in-person comments and virtual town halls on December 4, 2021. The schedule is on the following link: draft maps public hearings. With only two in-person meetings and one virtual town hall meeting left, the …

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Arizona nonprofits report cautious return to in-person events

Survey finds 45% of recent events were a hybrid of in-person and virtual      PHOENIX, Ariz. (Nov 16, 2021): Nonprofits across Arizona, still reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, are assessing and implementing strategies about how to resume events, programs, meetings and in-office work.              An early fourth-quarter …

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Chairman Rambler weighs in on legislation which would block Resolution Copper Mine.

San Carlos Apache Reservation—According to a poll conducted by FM3Research , nearly 75 percent of Arizona likely voters oppose the construction of the proposed Resolution Copper Mine that would destroy Chí’chil Biłdagoteel, a sacred Western Apache site also known as Oak Flat located on the Tonto National Forest east of …

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Tonto, Pinto Valley Mining Corps work together to protect Pinto Creek following Telegraph Fire

PHOENIX, September 22, 2021 – A volunteer agreement between the Tonto National Forest and Pinto Valley Mining Corp., resulted in the September 10 completion of a project to stabilize soil at the reclaimed, Blue Gate Mine within the Pinto Creek watershed. Pinto Valley provided personnel, equipment, and materials to perform maintenance on …

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The Burros are Baaack! Superior hosts Burro Run and Mining Festival Oct. 22 -24

SUPERIOR – The Superior Chamber of Commerce is excited to bring back two of the town’s most popular events: the Superior Burro Run and the 33rd Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival. Held over the weekend of October 22-24, 2021, these one-of-a-kind events will celebrate Superior’s rich history as a mining …

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Arizona Department of Education, Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association Issue Joint Statement COVID Surge

Healthcare, public education leaders, and pediatricians agree, kids learn best in their classrooms – and until we are fully on the other side of this pandemic, we must take every necessary precaution to protect student health and safety in those classrooms and ensure minimal disruption to learning. We have serious …

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San Carlos Apache Tribe Mandates Covid-19 Vaccines

SAN CARLOS – Today, the San Carlos Council, the governing body of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, passed Resolution No. AU-21-121, mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees of the tribe’s government and subsidiary enterprises. Employees have until September 25, 2021 to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment and …

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