Monthly Archives: October 2019

Reopening of Sacaton Mine Possible

by on October 31, 2019 0
The Sacaton Mine may be making a comeback. Elim Mining has purchased the old open pit mine located northwest of Casa Grande and is exploring the possibility of reopening the mine under the new name Cactus Mine, said John Antwi, president, CEO and director of Elim Mining. “The opportunity to do business in Arizona... Read More

UofA Changes To UArizona Branding

by on October 31, 2019 0
So long UA! The University of Arizona has officially rebranded! The university has set forth a change to distinguish themselves from other universities. The official rebrand will now refer to the university as UArizona. The University of Arizona said Monday in press release it was changing its nickname to a longer version to be... Read More

Mayor Gallego Pursuing Opportunity For Phoenix To Host Democratic Presidential Debate

by on October 30, 2019 0
Mayor Kate Gallego has been pushing to get a Democratic presidential debate scheduled in Phoenix. Gallego said she has had positive conversations with the Democratic National Committee and been in touch with Chairman Tom Perez. “They told us they’ve not made any final decisions but that they’re looking very hard at Arizona,” she said.... Read More

ADOT’s Wins National Safety Honor

by on October 29, 2019 0
The Arizona Department of Transportation has received a 2019 National Roadway Safety Award for the wrong-way vehicle alert system being tested on Interstate 17 in Phoenix. ADOT’s project is one of seven nationally to receive the awards, in which the Federal Highway Administration and Roadway Safety Foundation recognize roadway safety achievements that move the... Read More