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Security at Peoria Unified School District governing board meetings has increased in response to recent heated call to the publics, in which topics have ranged from the district’s mask policy to critical race theory. more
A group of parents and others have set in motion the process to recall Peoria Unified School District governing board members David Sandoval and Cory Underhill. more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) took a step Thursday to help Americans resume pre-pandemic normalcy. more
Face masks will be optional inside and outside on all Peoria Unified School District campuses and facilities for students, staff and visitors, beginning May 24. more
This is in response to the opinion from Bruce Lamb (“Some employees don’t live in Sun City”). Bruce, I too am tired of the pandemic. But science is science. You wanting to not … more
Don’t count on restaurant customers being required to show proof of vaccination any time soon. Steve Chucri, president and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association, said he “doesn’t expect” and “hasn’t heard of” any Valley restaurant owners requiring vaccine passports in order to get service. more
Face masks are not going away for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year in Peoria Unified School District. more
Gov. Doug Ducey rescinded his July 2020 executive order requiring schools to implement face covering policies April 19, but what does that mean for Southwest Valley students, staff and campus visitors? more
PHOENIX — Students and teachers at Arizona schools are no longer going to be required by the state to wear masks. But they can if they want. And local districts remain free to continue to … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Friday that will bar government officials from requiring businesses to enforce new mask mandates. But there may be less there than meets the … more
To wear or not to wear a mask is the question individuals, organizations and businesses are facing. more
HOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey cannot use his emergency powers to preclude counties from enacting their own mask mandates, Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Tuesday. In an informal legal … more
Several students in the Dysart Unified School District are working to give back to each other and the community. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is not taking any action to curb the decisions of some cities and counties to ignore his directive that they scrap their mask mandates. And there's no current … more
I am really irritated when I look at the “Independent” and see photos of students who have achieved, but they are all wearing masks. That is so silly. Can we not see the faces of these … more
On Monday, April 12, Surprise City Hall and other city administrative buildings will open to the public, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19. more
Gov. Doug Ducey may have rolled back mask requirements and other COVID-19 safety measures March 25, but the city of Litchfield Park is still requiring face coverings to be worn in city facilities and at city-sponsored events. more
Following Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order March 25 easing COVID-19 restrictions throughout the state as the number of new coronavirus infections continues to decline, the city of Goodyear announced on its website and social media pages that face coverings will no longer be required in public places, including city buildings and parks, effective immediately. more
Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat responded to Gov. Doug Ducey’s March 25 executive order, rescinding previous pandemic-related orders made over the past year. more
Events in Surprise of more than 50 people will no longer need the approval of the city government. more
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