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The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce is gaining ground and developing a plan to help build Phoenix’s economy from within by targeting certain areas, working collaboratively and training other area chambers of commerce to help with the effort.
Arizona United SC (4-10-3) travels to California for a Saturday clash against the Orange County Blues FC (8-8-0) at 7 p.m. at Anteater Stadium at University of California Irvine. The team then heads to Oklahoma City to take on the OKC Energy FC (5-7-3) at 5 p.m. on July 17.
Ahwatukee-based Team Phoenix, a club basketball program, was honored for its great season on Sunday night by being on the floor for the National Anthem before the Suns hosted Oklahoma City at US Airways Center.
Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences welcomed the Class of 2017 with a White Coat Ceremony recently at the Stillwater Community Center.
Bethany Christian School (BCS) in Tempe recently enrolled the first international student through its International Student Program. The new student arrived from Thailand and is now enrolled in fifth grade.
Residents of Laveen are ready for the South Mountain Loop 202 Freeway to be built.
Tulsa is a beautiful domestic short-haired gray adult female. She is a really sweet girl but was so confused and stressed when she was rescued. Tulsa was found in a moving van that came in from Oklahoma. There were attempts to find her family but sadly the search was unsuccessful. Tulsa gets along with other cats but it isn’t sure if she’d enjoy the company of dogs. Tulsa has been FELV/FIV tested negative, spayed, microchipped, housetrained, and current on vaccinations.
Although the Tempe Improv may have had its last laugh after closing its doors on Friday, ComedySchools.com is going to continue generating the laughter at another venue.
President Obama has announced his intent to nominate Bert Castro, president and CEO of the Arizona Zoological Society/Phoenix Zoo, as a member of the National Museum and Library Services Board.
In the past few years, we have been told that the city of Phoenix had no money. Phoenix made significant cuts to libraries, after-school programs and senior services, while raising taxes (2 percent food tax) and fees (water/sewer fees). Hidden from the public, the city of Phoenix has now agreed to more than $100 million in increased compensation for city employees over the next two years.