September 26, 2020

Politics

Biden’s low-key campaign style worries some Democrats

The final stretch of a presidential campaign is typically a nonstop mix of travel, caffeine and adrenaline. But as the worst pandemic in a century bears down on the United States, Joe Biden is taking a lower key approach. Since his Aug. 11 selection of California Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, Biden has

Politics

Progressives pledge to keep pushing Biden to expand court

Since Joe Biden ran away with the Democratic presidential nomination in March, leading progressives have accepted him — sometimes grudgingly — as their party’s leader. But, in the final weeks of the campaign, the Supreme Court vacancy is threatening to inflame old divides. Some activists on the left are pressing Biden to endorse expanding the

Opinion

Opinion: What if the Presidential Contest Isn’t Close?

The old adage goes: military generals always fight the last war. Maybe the same is true for punditry. In 2016, nearly all the politicos predicted a victory for Hillary Clinton. Stung by their public humiliation four years ago, today most of the “experts” are acting like the presidential race is neck-and-neck even though nearly all

Opinion

Opinion: Wildfires – Point / Counterpoint

Point: Wildfires Prove There Is No Time for Delay in Rejecting Fossil Fuels Hannah Sohl | InsideSources.com  In southern Oregon, we have been living with the effects of climate change for years. Our summers are hotter, drier and increasingly smoky due to wildfires. Smoke has shut down performances at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and endangered the

ADOT

ADOT Lane Closures and Restrictions

Prescott area drivers should plan for two-week overnight lane restrictions on State Route 69 starting Sept. 28   Drivers should use caution and allow extra travel time The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for alternating lane closures on north- and southbound State Route 69 in Prescott. The following restrictions will occur overnight

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