ASU and UArizona Among Top Global Universities

by on October 27, 2020 0

The latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report place the University of Arizona and Arizona State University among the top 150 best universities in the world. The Best Global Universities list, which was released Oct. 20, ranked nearly 1,500 higher-education institutions across more than 80 countries. UArizona cracked the top 100, tying for...

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6 Nominated for Arizona Court of Appeals Opening

by on October 25, 2020 0

Three judges and three other attorneys have been nominated for appointment by Gov. Doug Ducey to fill a state Court of Appeals opening. The nominees recommended by the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments include Mohave County Superior Court Judge Rick Williams, Commissioner Joseph Goldstein and Judge Pro Tem Christopher Kottke, both of Yavapai County...

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Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Says Snowbird Season to Suffer Due to Border Limits

by on October 22, 2020 0

Before the border with Mexico was closed to nonessential travel because of COVID-19 in mid-March, visitors were spending about $8 million daily in Arizona. Now, the annual influx of Canadian visitors – aka snowbird season – is in jeopardy, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President-CEO Glenn Hamer claims. “Communities across the state, including...

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Breweries are Running Out of Aluminum Cans

by on October 22, 2020 0

The scariest thing at Wormtown Brewery in Worcester, Massachusetts this Fall has nothing to do with Halloween. This small independent brewery ran out of aluminum cans for the first time in company history. “We have had a couple of loads of cans canceled on us, but last week was the first time we truly...

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