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Amid Labor Shortage, Arizona Restaurateur Launches Free College Tuition Program to Attract Employees

Vivili Hospitality Group Partners with Yavapai College to Offer First-of-Its Kind Free Tuition to Combat Industry-Wide Hiring Challenges Vivili Hospitality Group, Prescott’s largest restaurant group, is partnering with Yavapai College to offer employees free college tuition in an effort to incentivize new and existing employees amid a national hiring crisis that has plagued the restaurant industry since

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Generous donation allows NAU to acquire historic Hat Ranch, offering unparalleled research and educational opportunities

The historic Hat Ranch outside of Williams has a long and storied past—FDR planned his political future there, Arabian horses roamed the land as part of the country’s largest purebred horse training operation, it was 16-year-old George W. Bush’s first job, and, long before environmental conservation became an important national topic, the Southwest’s movers and

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Four Peaks Brewery donates school supply kits to 10,000 teachers in Southwest

Four Peaks Brewing Co., Arizona’s largest brewery, is launching its 11th annual Four Peaks For Teachers fundraiser on Tuesday, May 4 with the goal of distributing free kits full of much-needed school supplies to 10,000 teachers in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas. The campaign’s launch coincides with Teacher Appreciation Day and includes a new twist: This year,

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Governor Ducey Announces Nearly $27 Million To Support K-12 Students

Governor Doug Ducey announced Arizona is distributing $26.5 million to support Summer learning programs, reach struggling students, enhance student achievement and expand tutoring opportunities. “Our teachers, students and families have worked hard to stay on track and ensure Arizona kids have all the support they need,” said Governor Ducey. “We need to keep up this

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Bill to Let Community Colleges Offer 4-Year Baccalaureate Degrees Gets Final Approval in Legislature, Awaits Governor’s Signature

A bipartisan proposal to allow community colleges to offer accredited four-year baccalaureate degrees has received final approval in the Arizona legislature today.  The legislation, first introduced as HB 2523 by State Representative Becky Nutt (R-14), was added as a strike-all amendment to SB 1453, recently passing in the House and today in the Senate. “Enabling community colleges in our state

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