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Yavapai College Breaks Ground on Skilled Trades Center

Ground has been broken in Clarkdale for Yavapai College’s new Skilled Trades Center, a ten-thousand-square-foot facility that will train the coming generation of construction workers, electricians, plumbers and heating/cooling technicians on the Verde Valley Campus. “It’s a pre-engineered building and it will arrive in early March,” YC Director of Facilities David Laurence explained. “We’ll pour

Opinion

Veterans Day – Three Viewpoints

Opinion: Veterans Day Is About Much More Than Shopping Robert L. Wilkie | InsideSources.com Veterans Day will no doubt be a day of discounts, sales and other attempts by retailers to make it easier for Americans with a day off to spend some of their time shopping. Giving veterans 20 percent off is one small way

ADOT

Adopt a Highway cleanup removes 4 tons of trash in single day

Arizona Department of Transportation volunteers shattered last year’s National CleanUp Day numbers on Sept. 19 by removing more than 642 bags, totaling more than 4 tons of trash, from alongside Arizona’s highways. Seventy volunteer groups and individuals from all corners of the state registered through the new portal launched in August that was designed specifically

Social Security

Social Security in Plain Language

Some of the terms and acronyms people use when they talk about Social Security can be a little confusing.  We’re here to help you understand all you need to know. We strive to explain your benefits using easy-to-understand, plain language.  The Plain Writing Act of 2010 requires federal agencies to communicate clearly in a way“the

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