November 6, 2020

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

11 Tips to a Stunning Backyard You Love

Your yard is meant to be a place of refuge, entertainment with the best of friends and family, a source of fresh air and enjoyment. This is the place to relax, unwind, and have fun. You might find yourself avoiding the backyard if there’s too much stuff, difficult to move around, or there is always

COVID-19

Security Summit partners warn taxpayers of new COVID-related text scam

The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry today warned of a new text scam created by thieves that trick people into disclosing bank account information under the guise of receiving the $1,200 Economic Impact Payment. The IRS, states and industry, working together as the Security Summit, remind taxpayers that neither the

Politics

‘Long time coming’: Latino voters help flip Arizona, tighten key races

Latino voters fueled by the Trump administration’s failures to curb COVID-19 and the lingering impact of the anti-immigration law known as SB 1070 helped turn Arizona blue after decades of entrenched Republican rule, according to organizers who have spent years working toward this moment. “This feels like a victory lap,” said Eduardo Sainz, director of

Politics

Is ‘wave’ permanent? That’s a political question, not a hairstyle

Democrats made impressive inroads in Arizona on Election Day, but experts say it may be too early to determine whether the voting was a “blue wave” – or just “blue-ish.” Early returns showed narrow wins in Arizona for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, Senate hopeful Mark Kelly, House challenger Hiral Tipirneni and numerous Maricopa County

Opinion

Opinion: An American Election Like No Other

No American presidential election in recent years was watched so closely as the one that concluded on Tuesday after considerably more than half of eligible voters had already cast their ballots by mail. It wasn’t just the Americans voting in record numbers who were mesmerized by the whole process. The rest of the world was

State

Governor’s Office Awards $3.5M for Substance Abuse Primary Prevention Efforts

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) today announced approximately $3.5 million in grant funding has been awarded to 22 Arizona organizations to support trauma informed, substance abuse prevention efforts across the state. The Trauma Informed Primary Prevention Grant (TIPP) program is funded by the Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG), administered by the

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