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About 150 delegates expected to attend Pinal County Town Hall Oct. 19

About 150 delegates expected to attend Pinal County Town Hall Oct. 19 by Queen Creek Independent “Pinal County’s Workforce Puzzle…Preparing Today’s Communities for Tomorrow’s Opportunities” is the theme for the 30th Annual Pinal County Town Hall, Thursday Oct. 19.  Approximately 150 delegates are expected to attend the informative […]

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Central Arizona College Foundation presents governing board with $146,820 for scholarships

Central Arizona College Foundation presents governing board with $146,820 for scholarships

Central Arizona College Foundation presents governing board with $146,820 for scholarships by Angela Askey, special to the Independent During the June 20 Pinal County Community College District Governing Board meeting, the Central Arizona College Foundation presented a check for $146,820 to be used for student scholarships. Maggie […]

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Central Arizona College to Dedicate Sundt Construction Training Wall

Central Arizona College to Dedicate Sundt Construction Training Wall Event Kicks Off New Workforce Development Partnership by Angela Askey | Central Arizona College [NEWS RELEASE] A new workforce development partnership between Central Arizona College and Tempe-based general contractor Sundt Construction, Inc., will be celebrated on July 13 […]

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Recap of the Fourth Annual Pinal County Business and Education Summit

Recap of the Fourth Annual Pinal County Business and Education Summit

Recap of the Fourth Annual Pinal County Business and Education Summit Coolidge Chamber of Commerce The 4th Annual Pinal County Business and Education Summit was held on Friday, April 28, 2017 and was hosted by the Artisan Village in Coolidge, Arizona. Every year the Pinal County School […]

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Pinal officials want more college grads in county

Pinal officials want more college grads in county by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal County, like the state as a whole, has a higher-education problem. Forty-two percent of Arizona adults have obtained a two- or four-year post-secondary education degree, certificate or other qualifying credential, and […]

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CAC Hosts Arizona Advanced Technologies Corridor Industry Skills Summit

CAC Hosts Arizona Advanced Technologies Corridor Industry Skills Summit by Angela Askey | Central Arizona College [NEWS RELEASE] Earlier this month, Central Arizona College hosted the Arizona Advanced Technologies Corridor Industry Skills Summit. More than 80 college representatives and manufacturers participated in the one day technology session. […]

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Area educators back Douglas proposal to keep tax hike to pay teachers more

Area educators back Douglas proposal to keep tax hike to pay teachers more by Heather Smathers | Arizona City Independent The state’s top education official is proposing extending a sales tax that helps fund teachers, and area officials agree with the move. State Superintendent of Public Instruction […]

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Coolidge State of the City focuses on budget, accomplishments

Coolidge State of the City focuses on budget, accomplishments

Coolidge State of the City focuses on budget, accomplishments by Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner Mayor Jon Thompson touted the work the city of Coolidge has done across the board over the past year, but also spoke frankly about the financial struggles that have persisted. Fighting a […]

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Pinal Partnership May breakfast: Workforce training, economic development & growth

Pinal Partnership May breakfast: Workforce training, economic development & growth

Pinal Partnership May breakfast: Workforce training, economic development & growth Details, details, details. You want them, we have them. For our May breakfast we lined up a panel to give us the latest details on projects throughout Pinal County that center around workforce training, economic development and […]

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Arizona rural schools are struggling, and Ducey’s budget won’t fix it

Arizona rural schools are struggling, and Ducey’s budget won’t fix it

Arizona rural schools are struggling, and Ducey’s budget won’t fix it by Christianna Silva | Arizona Sonora News Gov. Doug Ducey’s proposed $5 million to bring high-speed internet to Arizona schools — most of them rural — will only serve one-fifth of the schools and must be […]

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