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Minimum wage raise headed for victory (access required)

Rep. Steve Gallardo rallies for Pro. 202 in Phoenix on election night. Photo by Bill Coates. For more election night photos, click on Capitol Crowd at left. With 20.4 percent of precincts reporting, 67.9 percent of voters have voted in ...

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GOP candidates win Corp Comm seats (access required)

The two Republican candidates for Corporation Commission appear to have won, defeating two Democrats and a Libertarian for the posts. With 95 percent of precincts reporting, incumbent Kris Mayes led all candidates with 25.3 percent of the vote and Gary ...

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Southern Arizona Fun (access required)

All ages welcome A young prospector ponders the treasure he has recently unearthed. [photo courtesy of Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum] Vintage Bisbee Wine Festival Cochise County, occupying the southeast corner of Arizona, is traditionally known for mining, bird watching ...

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Things To Do in Northern Arizona (access required)

Page Pumpkin Festival Featured Event Page Pumpkin Festival Saturday, 28 Page City Park, corner of N. Lake Powell Blvd and N. Navajo Drive, Page. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The annual Halloween event will feature community-donated prizes to be raffled ...

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Fundraiser gets creative, results (access required)

Like many state lawmakers, Robert Meza supports himself with another job. At Chicanos Por La Causa in Phoenix, Mr. Meza carries the title of corporate and community-relations director. Here, he connects businesses to community services offered by the organization’s nonprofit ...

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Writing a business plan (access required)

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Web site, writing a business plan is paramount to the success of any venture. A good business plan is like a resume for a business. It illustrates a potential to make profit, serves ...

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Tourism incentives get tri-state tryout (access required)

Maryland hopes to reel in visitors with a million-dollar fish. Iowa and South Dakota hope free gas vouchers will attract more tourists. It’s all part of the annual summer scramble to pump travel dollars into state economies. Bragging rights for ...

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