Guest Commentaries

Wed
22
Jun
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Taking the sting out

by Russ Braden
Battalion chief for Goodyear Fire Department

Wed
13
Apr
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Employees matter

by Rick Murray
Arizona Small Business Association CEO

Arizona’s economic success in recent years can be attributed to our pro-business environment, fiscal conservatism and common sense approach to government regulation. But it is Arizona employees who make and keep businesses strong, their skills and productivity are the foundation success is built upon.

Wed
13
Apr
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Shooter, clean up your act

by Jeff Knox
The Firearms Coalition director

This Saturday, April 16, the Arizona Game & Fish Department is sponsoring a cleanup day for the casual shooting area just west of North Miller Road. I frequently shoot in that area, and I hope to see a large number of my fellow shooters turn out to participate in the cleanup.

Wed
06
Apr
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The other civic duty

by Anna Huberman
Country Meadows Justice Court justice of the peace

Now that we are in the midst of election season, we have been hearing about the importance of voting and how it is our civic duty. Another civic duty we hear less about but equally as important is jury duty.

Wed
09
Mar
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Protecting your water

by Frank Scott
EPA Community Advisory Group co-chair

Wed
03
Feb
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You are reality TV

by John Safin

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

Wed
13
Jan
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Avondale water: Greatest bargain on earth

by David Iwanski
Avondale city councilman

Wed
13
Jan
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Rate comments put things in perspective

by Sandi Nielson
Avondale city councilwoman

Wed
30
Dec
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New year, new services

by John Safin

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

Did the year seem to end quickly? I realize the number of days is the same as it’s always been. Seems like the year just started yesterday. Maybe it’s because when one becomes older, time seems to move faster. Maybe because it seems like there’s always something to do and we gauge time by what’s on our to-do lists. The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce had quite a bit on its to-do list and now we can share the news.

Mon
14
Dec
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Our plea: Join our mission

by Paul Denial
New Life Center executive director

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