August 30, 2020

Local

Yavapai Patriots Host Sheriff Richard Mack

Former Arizona Sheriff  Richard Mack,  the founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers  Association, drew an overflow crowd  on Saturday, at the Yavapai Patriots monthly luncheon meeting at Los Pinos Restaurant in Prescott. Sheriff Mack, the former Sheriff of Graham County,  gained national prominence in the 1990’s  as the lead plaintiff challenging the Clinton administration’s

Opinion

Opinion: Beware Those Coming After Your Delivery Apps

The pandemic has, for better or worse, forced us to live online. That has made internet retail, digital services and delivery apps a godsend for millions of us sequestered at home. This entirely new sector of the economy has allowed us to safely buy and enjoy without the risk of coronavirus. At the press of

National

AP PHOTOS: Unrest grips Wisconsin city after police shooting

Unrest has gripped Kenosha for three nights after Jacob Blake, a Black man, was shot by police in the southeastern Wisconsin city. On Tuesday night (8/25), two people were killed in an apparent vigilante attack after protests in response to Sunday’s shooting, which lawyers say has left Blake paralyzed and unable to walk. Protesters, who

Water

NAU researchers co-author study that finds water efficiency achievable throughout U.S. without decrease in economic activity

A recent study co-authored by two Northern Arizona University researchers showed that targeted efforts to increase water efficiency could save enough water annually to fill Lake Mead. It could happen without significantly compromising economic production, jobs or tax revenue. The study, published today in Environmental Research Letters, demonstrates that there is no one right answer

Buz Blog

Opinion: A Tale of Two Political Parties

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the

Education

‘Hit twice as hard’: Children with disabilities face onslaught of challenges

School environments that rely on harsh punishments to control classrooms often leave children with learning and behavioral disabilities more likely to be suspended, fall behind in school and enter the juvenile justice system. Although they made up less than 13% of all public school students in the 2015-16 school year, according to the most recent

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