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Hello NABURs! I’m Sami deNicola!

Hi everyone, I'm Sami deNicola and I am the newest member of the NABUR Journalist Product Manager team.

I am really excited to meet you all. I grew up in Peoria, Arizona and I am currently attending the University of Southern California. I am an avid book reader, I very much enjoy trying new things and various crafts, and I just got a baby succulent named Aurora.

I am always here if you have a question about community issues or just want to pick my brain on something. Please reach out and ask any questions that come to mind! I’m always available at my email Samantha.deNicola@myheraldreview.com for any questions or technical issues! 

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Until next time!

Hi NABURs, today is my last day with the Herald/Review & NABUR and I couldn't leave without saying goodbye to this wonderful community. I'm passing the journalist product manager role on to my colleague @Sami deNicola, so NABUR is in great hands. It's been such a pleasure meeting you all over the past ten months and I am looking forward to seeing the site expand in the future! Thank you, NABURs!

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JO Roberts
Natural Resource Specialist & Conservation Biologist

Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network. Who are they and what do they do?

CCRN released its 5-year Review and Annual Report 2020 on June 11, 2021. Highlights of the 30-page report include a summary of what the CCRN is and how it works, accomplishments and lessons learned, and data on the eight CCRN sites and projects. Learn more at this site:

https://ccrnsanpedro.org/ccrn-publishes-first-5-year-review-and-annual-report/

 

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Official received $95,000 to run unemployment agency: too much or justified?

In case you missed it: A retired official was paid $95,000 for under 3 months of work to run the Arizona state unemployment agency starting in March. 

Was the hefty taxpayer-supported price tag justified? Or was he paid way too much? Feel free to share your experiences with the state unemployment system in the comments below.

https://www.myheraldreview.com/news/state/official-paid-95-000-to-run-unemployment-agency-for-75-days/article_7c2f1ab2-d1d4-5396-bed2-8d2f968e1322.html