These guests, including five from Arizona, who have been invited to sit with the First Lady represent the stories of millions of Americans across the country, who are working hard to better their communities, improve their own economic outcomes and help restore opportunity for all.
Julee Baxley, co-owner of Integrity Automotive and Integrity Diesel.
Julee Baxley is the co-owner of Integrity Auto since 2006 and added Integrity Diesel in 2010. Integrity is family owned and operated. They are a full service repair and maintenance for your vehicle and there is an owner onsite. They are a green company and all of the technicians are Certified Mechanics.
Veteran community college leader Lee D. Lambert today was named chancellor of Pima Community College.
Integrity Automotive & Integrity Diesel are family owned and operated by Charlie & Julee Baxley and Don & Barb Meeker. Both of our locations take pride in working with you, the customer, and find the best solutions for your vehicle needs and set up a plan that you feel comfortable with.
Are you ready for the road? Integrity Automotive in Marana has some helpful tips.
Integrity Automotive & Integrity Diesel are locally owned and operated by Charlie & Julee Baxley and Don & Barb Meeker. There are few women in the automotive business that work full time as owners.
Julee Baxley of Integrity Automotive and Integrity Diesel.
The Best of the Northwest received nearly 400 votes
Marana will be the place to see and be seen when the Marana Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual spring business expo on Saturday, April 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the Sunflower Farmers Market, 3860 W. River Road.
The explosion in popularity of communication technology and its ease of use has spawned an unintended consequence — cyberbullying — a form of bullying so insidious that President Obama this month hosted a conference on teenage bullying, with cyberbullying taking a prominent part.
The Marana Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its 6th Annual Community & Business Builder Awards. The recipients are: Gabrielle M. Luoma, CPA, Pllc, in the one-to-four employee category; Cutters Point Coffee, five to 49 employees; Vantage West Credit Union, 50 or more employees; and Rotary Club of Marana, for a non-profit organization.
LCMNA to host community yard sale Jan. 29
Who are Marana's top builders? Find out when the Marana Chamber of Commerce presents the 2010 Community and Business Builder of the Year Awards on Thursday, Feb. 17 at the Tower Theaters, 5755 W. Arizona Pavilions Drive.
Buffelgrass to be killed at Picture Rocks
Pinal sheriff is setting up an Explorers post
In the beginning, she had her doubts.
“All politicians are non-productive. The only commodity any politician has to offer is jawbone. His personal integrity — meaning, if he gives his word, can you rely on it? A successful business politician knows this and guards his reputation for sticking by his commitments — because he wants to stay in business — go on stealing that is — not only this week but next week and years after….
The Marana Community Food Bank has launched a “community partner” program, recruiting area businesses as designated drop-off locations for food donations in the Northwest.