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Boston Marathon Runner to Compete in Scottsdale’s “Beat the Heat” Race

Jason Clemence with his trainer, Donald Megerle
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The Tufts University marathon team ran the Boston Marathon this year in order to raise money for childhood nutrition research. It was 32-year-old Ph.D. candidate and English instructor Jason Clemence’s first time running the race, and as someone who grew up in New England, he said “running that homestretch on Boylston St. was the coolest… Read More →

Boston Marathon Runner to Compete in Scottsdale’s "Beat the Heat" Race

Boston Marathon finish with Coach Don
by in Events

The Tufts University marathon team ran the Boston Marathon this year in order to raise money for childhood nutrition research. It was 32-year-old Ph.D. candidate and English instructor Jason Clemence’s first time running the race, and as someone who grew up in New England, he said “running that homestretch on Boylston St. was the coolest… Read More →

Arpaio far ahead in fundraising in sheriff’s race

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by in Business News | Politics

Republican Joe Arpaio remains the leader in fundraising in the race for Maricopa County sheriff. The Republican incumbent raised $457,000 from Aug. 9 through Sept. 17 and had $3.8 million in his re-election campaign fund at the end of the period. The campaign for Democrat Paul Penzone says it raised $138,000 during that period and… Read More →

PIR lands AdvoCare as race sponsor

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by in Business News | Economy | Healthcare | Sports

Phoenix International Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber announced today that AdvoCare International (AdvoCare) has been named title sponsor for the track’s November 11 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event: The AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. “We are thrilled to be working with AdvoCare for NASCAR’s semi-final race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup here… Read More →

Infographic: Who’s Volunteering In Arizona

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by in Featured | Infographics

Despite the economic downturn, Arizonans continue to volunteer. Here’s a look at who’s volunteering based on education, gender and ethnicity. Source: Morrison Institute Infographic: Who’s Volunteering In Arizona was last modified: February 4th, 2016 by Dana Wentzel