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Washington, DC - A large Phoenix-area staffing company with offices in six states has partnered with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in a nationwide program designed to strengthen hiring practices and combat the unlawful employment of unauthorized workers.
London, New Hampshire - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today highlighted the importance of rural entrepreneurs to the U.S. economy and announced investments to help rural businesses grow, diversify and create jobs. USDA is investing $25 million to help 247 businesses nationwide expand their operations and create new products to market, Secretary Vilsack said today during a visit to Miles Smith Farm in Loudon, N.H., a recipient of one of the grants.
Yuma, Arizona - The City of Yuma's Heritage Festivals invites the public to "celebrate the heat" in one last block party to close out the summer.
Phoenix, Arizona - Wells Fargo Arizona’s team members collected 39,328 pounds of food during the company’s statewide food drive that took place June 10-24. The amount of food collected was equivalent to providing 66,124 meals and benefitted Association of Arizona Food Banks members throughout the state at a time when the need is so great.
Yuma, Arizona - AWC Continuing Education Division has a program that makes it easy to take high-quality, noncredit online courses. AWC Continuing Ed has partnered with ed2go to offer hundreds of online, instructor-led courses and is pleased to announce the launch of “Understanding the Cloud.”
Yuma, Arizona - There are still rooms available in the Arizona Western College residence halls on the main campus. Full time students that will be attending AWC in the fall have the opportunity to stay on campus and take advantage of the close proximity to their classes.
Yuma, Arizona - Student athletes are back on the field, practicing for fall school sports. Statistics show millions of them will suffer injuries, and the American Red Cross has training available to teach students and coaches what they should do if someone is injured.
Dallas, Texas - Four Dallas-area individuals, along with a defendant from Georgia, who were convicted for their roles in a mortgage fraud scheme that caused more than $3 million in losses to lenders, have been sentenced, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas.