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Gov. Ducey to visit Flagstaff for local State of the State Address

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Arizona Governor Doug Ducey will be traveling to Flagstaff this week to follow-up on January’s State of the State Address.

In a press release Wednesday the Governor’s office announced plans for Ducey to speak in Yuma on Thursday and then make two speaking stops in Flagstaff on Friday.

Starting at 10:30 a.m on Friday, Gov. Ducey is scheduled to hold a press conference at the Arizona Department of Transportation office to announce a broadband extension along Interstate-40.

He's then scheduled to be at Flagstaff's High Country Conference Center at noon to deliver a localized State of the State speech.

As in previous years, the Governor visits communities across the state to provide localized State of the State Addresses.