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Yuma, Arizona - City of Yuma employees were recognized for providing exemplary customer service, workplace excellence, outstanding leadership, exceptional teamwork and above-the-call community involvement during the City’s semi-annual Take Pride awards.
Washington, DC - If it were a 50s scifi movie, we’d call it “Invasion of the Serenity Snatchers” - illegal and annoying robocalls that disturb consumers’ peace and quiet. The battle continues, of course, but we’re happy to announce the winners of the FTC’s “Zapping Rachel” contest held just a few weeks ago at DEF CON 22.
Gila Bend, California - Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents arrested five smugglers and seized 182 pounds of marijuana yesterday.
Yuma, Arizona - AWC graduate and NAU-Yuma student, Teresa Reyes, came from humble beginnings and has had to overcome so much adversity in her life. However, that hasn’t stopped her from pursuing her educational dreams and providing a better life for her family. AWC and NAU-Yuma are pleased to announce that Teresa recently was selected for a prestigious internship with the USGS.
Yuma, Arizona - On Wednesday, September 3, 2014, the City of Yuma Police Department will implement a new automated telephone answering system for our non-emergency phone number, 928-373-4700. This service will be provided in English and Spanish.
Yuma, Arizona - Sure, you see the wisdom in cutting ties with the Joneses. You want to become more financially responsible while crafting a values-centered life for yourself. But you’re just not sure where to start. The solution, says Donna Skeels Cygan, is to think more like your grandparents probably thought if you don’t really need it and can’t really afford it, don’t buy it. However, you may have to rethink a few things you currently categorize as “necessities.” For example:
West Lafayette, Indiana - Children and teens constantly plugged into personal listening devices, such as phones, computers or music players, could be harming their ears without realizing it, says a Purdue University audiologist.
Yuma, Arizona - Labor Day weekend is almost here, and for many people that may involve BBQ grilling! According to the National Fire Protection Association, from 2007-2011, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 8,800 home fires involving grills, hibachis or barbecues per year, including an average of 3,800 structure fires and 5,000 outside fires.