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Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc., is pleased to once again announce that it’s accepting applications for the 2015 POWER Grant program. This year’s funding focus is Food and Basic Needs for Children.
Getting $10,000 for their POWER Pack program was a big deal for the Marana School District, but when an additional $5,000 was donated, it was even better.
From left to right are Vicki Sibley, Fry’s Food Store #689 manager, Linda Hampton, Marana Community Food Bank executive director and Romi Carrell Wittman, director of communications for TRICO Electric Power Cooperative, Inc.
Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc., is pleased to announce the 2013 POWER Grant program funding focus: Food and Basic Needs for Children.
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I must be famous.
I resisted Facebook for a very, very long time.
This summer, me and the family are headed to the sunny beaches of San Diego for a week of fun, sand in our shorts and, probably, sunburns. I was so proud of myself for planning ahead and thought I was one smart cookie, having done all my research and booking of said trip on the Internet.
You have exactly seven days to get your taxes completed and filed — and that's counting weekends.
"School's out for summer!"
A friend of mine is stressed out. Her 25-year-old daughter, though still a full-time student, is too old to remain on her mother's health insurance plan. She looked into the student insurance offered at her college, but it wasn't a very good one. Now the two of them feel stuck and unsure of what to do next.
I'm praying we get a tax refund this year.
Quail Run gets hoops, themes from the Starz
RTA surveying people about Sun Shuttle
Mark W. Schwirtz, chief executive officer of the Trico Electric Cooperative since 2006, has resigned the position to become chief executive officer of Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, a generation and transmission cooperative based in Amarillo, Texas.
Trico is accepting applications for 2009 Power grants from non-profit groups that serve children in Southern Arizona.
Trico, the rural electric cooperative serving parts of the Northwest, is again awarding $40,000 to local non-profit groups through its Power grants program.
No one considers it the “magic bullet,” but area leaders and utilities think that expanding the region’s solar power offerings will put a dent in our dependence on fossil fuels.