Guest Commentaries

Tue
04
Aug
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Buckeye needs special census workers

The city of Buckeye will be conducting a special census between Oct. 1 and Dec. 1, and needs to recruit 600 candidates to fill the 200 positions for the special door-to-door count. The pay for the temporary jobs starts at $16.25 an hour.

To be considered for a position, an applicant must be a United States citizen over the age of 18 and must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle, among other requirements.

Tue
28
Jul
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Goodbye, summer time

by John Safin

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

Mon
20
Jul
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Peace is boring

by Tina Dupuy

www.tinadupuy.com

Mon
13
Jul
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Lock, hide, keep

by Lt. Varney Lopez
Avondale police officer

Mon
06
Jul
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Creating a culture of ‘bee-lievers’

by Lily Matos DeBlieux

Pendergast Elementary District superintendent

Mon
29
Jun
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Flushable wipes not so flushable

by Lacey James

Avondale’s pretreatment regulatory compliance coordinator

Mon
22
Jun
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Celebrating the winners

Is there anyone who doesn’t love a party? The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual awards dinner a few weeks ago, and it was a night that will be remembered for years. If you don’t know, this annual event for the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce members is to recognize business and community leaders for their efforts in building a strong and stable community.

Mon
15
Jun
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Alleviating summer brain drain

by Pearl Chang Esau

Expect More Arizona president and CEO

Summer is traditionally a time for fun. Every child looks forward to the last day of school and the impending ice cream trucks, family road trips and pool parties.

Mon
08
Jun
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Avondale’s historic core sees new opportunities

by Kenn Weise
Avondale mayor

Avondale’s rich cultural heritage can trace its historical roots to the late 1860s, when William “Billy” G. Moore arrived in Arizona and purchased and settled on several plots of land near the Agua Fria River.

Mon
01
Jun
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City leaders must take the lead

by Lorenzo Sierra

Avondale city councilman

When the most recent Arizona legislative session ended, one thing was apparent — education wasn’t a priority for the state’s leadership. Based on the governor’s polling numbers, parents from across the state, regardless of party affiliation, agree.

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