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Statewide certification program helps hotels find their ‘green’ (access required)

Recycling printer cartridges gives applicants two points. Setting copiers to print on both sides of the paper earns three. Donating food to soup kitchens or charities equals 10 points. The goal is a minimum of 100 points, which is the threshold for resorts in Arizona to earn the new statewide Certified Green Lodging recognition, provided by the Arizona Hotel & Lodging Association in partnership with the Arizona Office of Tourism.

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What are ‘rogue’ conservatives aiming for? (access required)

While Sarah Palin's latest political maneuvering has her headlining the National Tea Party Convention beginning today (Feb. 4) in Nashville, Tenn., the GOP establishment must be considering what John McCain's former vice presidential candidate's future plans really are.

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Capitol Police chief takes D.C. job

Police Chief Tim Lane's new job is greatly expanding his service area - from the Arizona State Capitol to the entire United States. Lane, who started his new job as a liaison with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in Washington, D.C. at the beginning of this month, will travel around the country educating law enforcement agencies on NHTSA's law enforcement programs.

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Defending against an ‘active shooter’

If an active shooter is in your vicinity, protect your own life first. That is the chief message from an Arizona State Capitol Police press release issued Nov. 12, in the wake of the shooting rampage that left 13 dead and 31 wounded at Fort Hood Army base in Texas The tip-sheet explained what to do when law enforcement arrives and how to recognize behavior that could be a precursor to workplace violence.

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AZ historian, ‘Times Past’ writer passes away

Williams Lane Rogers was born Dec. 29, 1944, in Salt Lake City. The 30-year Arizona resident chose to go by "Lane" because there was already a somewhat-famous "Will" Rogers in the world. Rogers, who died July 30 at the age of 64, would leave his own lasting impression on those who knew him, starting with a 23-year-old girl responding to a job ad in 1977.

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