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With an increased focus on practicing healthy habits – such as washing hands frequently and staying home when sick to help avoid spreading COVID-19 – it’s important to remain … more
Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration approved an Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration for Arizona that will help small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Individual businesses can be … more
The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce is committed to be a community leader and advocate for our business community. As the situation regarding responses and the community's efforts to prevent … more
Every day, newspaper headlines and online outlets loudly proclaim the latest tragedies, scandals and outrages. But, please remember, your Daily Independent covers more than just hard news; we also … more
When you throw away leftover crayons, odds are you’re not the only one — whether in your city, state or country. Helping curb the disposal of crayons to landfills with a unique idea is The Crayon Initiative. more
The 2020 Cactus League luncheon, featuring the induction of the latest Cactus League Hall of Fame class, is set for Wednesday, Feb. 19 at Grand Canyon University Arena in Phoenix. more
WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. — A concussive boom radiated out from the launch pad at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility as nine Arizona State University students watched four years of their work ascend … more
FLAGSTAFF — Food trucks. Wi-Fi. Hot showers. Those campground upgrades could be coming to a national park near you. more
By Kimberly Yee Special to the Independent As the back-to-school season is finally upon us, it is encouraging to think about all that our children will learn in this new academic school year. I … more
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — A federal appeals court has given a key victory to players on minor league teams the right to sue to be paid the minimum wage while … more
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich is offering to help the state get a new supply of chemicals to execute those on death row. In a letter … more
Building on a year’s worth of momentum, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors just took an important step to restore our statutory responsibilities related to elections. These … more
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — Wondering why the voter-mandated increase in the minimum wage hasn’t culled jobs? It’s because the overall state economy is doing so … more
Casa Terra, 6835 N. 58th Drive, reopened June 12 with a completely revamped menu, following a short summer break. The first and only restaurant in Arizona offering elevated vegan dining, Casa … more
Eight people have died in residential fires in Arizona in the first six months of 2019, and some of the victims share a few characteristics. As of June … more
In the aftermath of a hit and run collision outside his home, Sun City resident Alan Rochman went right to work repairing a short cinderblock wall and … more
I’ve been serving as your daily news editor at Independent Newsmedia for about 16 months. In that time, I’ve strived to bring a conscientious … more
With the nursing industry expected to grow at double the rate than the average occupation through 2026, Arizona is among the Top 10 states for prospective … more
By Matt Roy, Independent Newsmedia Public safety agencies across the Valley seek volunteers to help serve their communities — from giving assistance to victims on routine emergency calls to … more
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