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A Bisbee Banquet

A Bisbee Banquet

On Oct. 15, 1899, a special train pulled into the depot at Bisbee. It was carrying members of the American Institute of Mining engineers and their wives on a month-long tour of Western states.

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APS’ view: Expanding the solar market in Arizona

APS’ view: Expanding the solar market in Arizona

At APS we are always planning for what’s next in Arizona’s energy future, and much of this focus has been on making sure energy in this state is sustainable for the long term. Our customers tell us they want more opportunities for rooftop solar, and we’ve listened and proposed a program that will bring more solar energy to the state.

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McNeil firing followed EEOC complaint on racial, gender comments (access required)

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One day before Gov. Jan Brewer fired Arizona Department of Administration Brian McNeil, the Governor’s Office received a complaint filed against him with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that he’d created a hostile work environment by making inappropriate comments about an employee’s ethnicity and gender.

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Navajo Nation Council passes emergency language requirement repeal

Navajo Nation Council passes emergency language requirement repeal

Shortly after midnight last night, the Navajo Nation Council voted to scrap the longstanding requirement for the tribe’s president to be fluent in the Navajo Language. The eleventh-hour vote, approved 11-10 with one abstaining, clears a path for Chris Deschene to remain on the ballot. His qualifications had been challenged over his admittedly limited ability in speaking the Navajo language.

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