PHOENIX – When Rickie Fowler knocked his tee shot just 9 feet short of the pin in the third round of the 2020 Waste Management Phoenix Open, the rowdy fans at 16 roared their approval. So did viewers at home, who had a better understanding of the shot’s trajectory than even those in the stands.

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PHOENIX – When Rickie Fowler knocked his tee shot just 9 feet short of the pin in the third round of the 2020 Waste Management Phoenix Open, the rowdy fans at 16 roared their approval. So did viewers at home, who had a better understanding of the shot’s trajectory than even those in the stands.

The Rotary Club of Marana-Dove Mountain announced Fred Novick as Rotarian of the Year. Novick was recognized for his ongoing service to the club and dedication to his community, according to club president Jeff Penfil. Since becoming a member in 2018, Novick has chaired the club’s scholarshi…

The Sundt Companies recently named Tom Sorley as the newest member to their board of directors. With 40 years of experience under his belt, Sorley excelled as the chief executive officer at San Francisco’s Rosendin Electric until his retirement in 2019. He has been described as “A tireless a…

Coldwell Banker Realty’s Tucson/Foothills office is pleased to have Nadia Works serving as an affiliate agent for the company. Works said a former neighbor’s enthusiasm for selling real estate sparked her passion for helping others find that perfect abode. Before getting into real estate, Wo…

PHOENIX – Conservationists expressed anger and frustration over the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision not to hear an appeal to stop construction of the southern border wall. But they’re moving ahead on other legal fronts while monitoring construction as it chews through land marked by tow…

PHOENIX – Gov. Doug Ducey extended the state’s eviction moratorium and announced an additional $5 million for renters and measures to prevent foreclosure as the state continues to grapple with unemployment and housing problems caused by COVID-19.

The University of Arizona’s College of Nursing announced Associate Professor Dr. Allen Prettyman is the new director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice program. Since February, Prettyman has served as the program’s interim director, helping to provide nursing students with an interdisciplinar…

Rebecca Fuentes is the new director of operations at Cushman & Wakefield/PICOR. Fuentes’ value and continued contributions to the company were cited as the main factors the employee-owned company chose to have her at the helm. 

Tucson Young Professionals elected Crystal Adams to be president of the organization’s board of directors. As president, she will be responsible for helping further TYP’s mission of attracting, retaining and promoting young professionals in metro Tucson. She previously served on the TYP Exec…

The University of Arizona Cancer Center recently named Dr. Joann Sweasy, Ph.D. as the center’s new director the inaugural holder of the Nancy C. and Craig M. Berge Endowed Chair.

Putting in 100 percent effort at work every single day is easier said than done, especially if you are working remotely. Here are 10 ways you can motivate yourself, and share with your team, to produce great work, even when you feel stuck in a rut. Set goals. Setting goals and intentions giv…

Real Estate Agent Johnny Evans has recently teamed up with Coldwell Banker Realty’s Foothills/Tucson office as their affiliate agent. Evans possesses 26 years of real estate experience and has spend over a quarter of a century as an international finance consultant. 

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COVID Vaccine. A startup company that combines life science and technology in hopes of developing a COVID-19 vaccine now has a presence at the University of Arizona’s Center for Innovation. UACI recently selected life science company Reparvi as the winner of their Sponsored Launch Fueled by …

Somehow, I’ve found the courage to go public with an announcement that will come as a shock to those of you who know me. 

On Monday, July 13, a coalition of 20 universities from multiple states – including the University of Arizona – filed a lawsuit challenging a recent order from the federal government that requires international students to attend in-person classes during the current pandemic, or face deportation. 

PHOENIX — As the number of Arizonans who have contracted COVID-19 has raced past 100,000, testing for the novel coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease has become a priority. Some of that testing now is being done through saliva, a process that’s easier and less expensive.

American industrialist Andrew Carnegie said the way to become rich is to put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket. Respectfully, we beg to differ. Mr. Carnegie’s statement may have been valid during his era, but times have changed, and today’s companies benefit the most by …

A 2020 Cox Consumer Pulse Survey of more than 1,000 American consumers explored how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their willingness and ability to support small businesses. Follow these tips to ensure your small business provides a safe and impactful experience.

Holualoa Companies promoted Lani Baker to chief financial officer. Baker has more than 15 years of experience in commercial real estate. Her skills and resources are targeted toward exceeding quality objectives and attaining revenue. Her areas of expertise and responsibility include commerci…

The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law recently announced the addition of Teresa Miguel-Stearns as the director of the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library. She is also the associate dean of legal information innovation and a professor of law. 

Carol Stewart, Associate Vice President of Tech Parks Arizona for the University of Arizona, was appointed to a seat on the Desert Angels Board of Directors. Desert Angels is a Tucson-based private investors group formed in 2000. The nonprofit organization of accredited investors seeks oppor…

On Tuesday, June 9, the Tucson City Council accepted a $140,000 grant from the Recycling Partnership that will be used to combat recycling contamination throughout fiscal year 2021. Recycling contamination occurs when non-recyclables are placed in a recycling bin. The national contamination …

With a major research university right in our backyard, a strong military presence and innovative companies throughout the metro region, there’s often a plethora of interesting science and technology news to be found in Southern Arizona. Here’s a breakdown of the most interesting recent deve…

When Tom Milster, professor at the University of Arizona’s College of Optical Sciences, began developing a new type of spectrometer nearly a decade ago, he had no idea how important it could be during the current pandemic. A spectrometer analyzes the chemical makeup of materials, and the new…

WASHINGTON – There’s often not much agreement on news out of Washington, but Arizona business leaders were hard-pressed this week to come up with negatives about the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that took effect Wednesday.

PHOENIX – Dust storms in Arizona can blow up suddenly, and the patch of desert between Eloy and Picacho Peak is especially prone to wind-driven dust. Dust drastically reduces visibility for drivers, which is why the Arizona Department of Transportation, ahead of monsoon season, has implement…

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While their crews are busy at work on the Interstate 10-Ruthrauff Road Interchange project, Sundt Construction, Inc. recently earned praise for moving up in the Top 400 contractors list issued by Engineering News Record.