October 30, 2020

Education

Arizona Commerce Authority Announces Plan To Train And Certify 5,000 Arizona Students For Cloud Careers By June 2022

The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) with the support of Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) announced a statewide commitment to increase access to cloud computing education in schools across Arizona. This initiative aims to train and certify 5,000 students for entry-level cloud computing careers by June 2022, with continued long-term investments in technical skills training for

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Tech Gadgets for Your Gardens

Time seems to slow in the garden. Without the continual noise from notifications sounding from my cell phone, it’s easy to lose track of time altogether. Admittedly I am addicted to technology, even in the gardens. If you define yourself as tech-savvy or an early adopter, then some of these garden gadgets can really help

State

Governor Ducey Announces More Than $1.6 Million To Expand Food Bank Assistance

As we enter the holiday season, Governor Doug Ducey  announced more than $1.6 million to expand assistance to Arizona food banks, helping them reach more families and seniors in need. The funding will enable food banks around the state to make more food home-deliveries to seniors and make more fresh produce and items available. The announcement

Politics

Arizona’s status as a toss-up gives voters clout, draws Trump, Harris

President Donald Trump and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris were back stumping in Arizona Wednesday, evidence of what one report calls the high “voter power” of residents of the swing state. The WalletHub report, “2020’s States with the Most and Least Powerful Voters,” rated Arizona the state with the fifth-most powerful voters, based largely

State

7 common mistakes to avoid when voting

As Election Day looms, the biggest worry for many Arizona voters is whether their votes will be counted. Ballot rejection is a possibility. Voters may forget to sign mail-in ballots, use the wrong color ink to mark the ballot and mail an early ballot too late for delivery by Nov. 3. Thousands of Arizona residents

Opinion

Opinions: Election 2020 — Two Viewpoints

Opinion: Presidential Election Is a Battle Between Good and Evil Brian McNicoll | InsideSources.com Joe Biden said in one of the Democratic presidential debates that he would work from Day 1 of his presidency to end all fossil fuel production in the United States. He has endorsed a plan that would require more than three-fourths of

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