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Quarterbacks find outlets while exercising precaution
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Quarterbacks find outlets while exercising precaution

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By Zach Alvira Sports Editor Arizona’s rise as one of the premier destinations for college coaches searching for next-level quarterbacks doesn’t come as a surprise to players or coaches. It’s been one of the main goals for...
Three ways to maximize unemployment benefits
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Three ways to maximize unemployment benefits

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By Joshua C. Black Guest Writer As the unemployment rate in Arizona continues to rise, the Department of Economic Security (DES) is experiencing a major increase in initial claims filings. To give you an idea how this is...
Virus throws wedding industry into chaos, planner finds
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Virus throws wedding industry into chaos, planner finds

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor Love may conquer a lot, but it’s no match for the COVID-19 pandemic – at least as far as weddings are concerned. Not only have countless couples’ plans been shattered by the virus and...
Virus leads to new business for local family
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Virus leads to new business for local family

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor As with countless millions, the pandemic and the ensuing economic turmoil rocked the household of Kim and Dominic Palmieri. But 30 days after their world was turned upside down, the family came...
Couple find a winner with high school signs
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Couple find a winner with high school signs

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By Coty Dolores Miranda Contributor As 2019 inched to a close, the world was normal as Aaron and Janine Moeller decided they would move their 5-year-old Ahwatukee PostNet outlet across the street to a new space with better...
Area lawmakers join protest against staying at home
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Area lawmakers join protest against staying at home

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Two Mesa Republican lawmakers were prominent among the hundreds of protesters who gathered at the Capitol last week –  virtually none wearing masks – to object to orders by Gov. Doug...
Lawmakers may call it quits for 2020
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Lawmakers may call it quits for 2020

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Legislative leaders may pull the plug on the 2020 session with the intent of not coming back to the Capitol to deal with outstanding financial and policy issues until next January. Senate...
Virus could wallop state spending, revenue
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Virus could wallop state spending, revenue

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services The COVID-19 outbreak is going to blow a billion-dollar hole in state finances. The Joint Legislative Budget Committee said the decline in state revenues – plus additional costs to the...
Chandler honors student overcomes ASU closure
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Chandler honors student overcomes ASU closure

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer The COVID-19 crisis hasn’t stopped one Chandler college student from wrapping up his final research projects for the semester. Pratik Nyaupane, a senior studying informatics at Arizona State...
Higley arts center reinvents itself as TV studio
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Higley arts center reinvents itself as TV studio

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Santan sun NEWS STAFF The pandemic gave the Higley Center for the Performing Arts a stark choice: close or reinvent. “We had two choices in recent weeks as the new normal overtook life in Arizona and in particular the East...