November 12, 2020

Dining Out

Order your Thanksgiving dinner from Yavapai College by Nov. 13

Students of Yavapai College’s Culinary Arts Program—under expert, guided instruction from accomplished chefs—will prepare a classic Thanksgiving dinner for those who place their orders before 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 13. “This is a great opportunity for our students to hone their culinary skills while providing a valuable service to residents, especially during such a

State

Governor Ducey Announces New Communications Director

Governor Doug Ducey  announced that C.J. Karamargin will join his office as Director of Communications. Karamargin, a former journalist, long-time professional communicator and congressional staffer, will replace outgoing Communications Director Patrick Ptak, who announced Monday that he is departing for an opportunity with the Arizona Commerce Authority. Karamargin will begin November 30. From covering the

Opinion

Opinion: Hold It: Wisconsin’s Vote Just Doesn’t Look Right

The state of Wisconsin should not certify its election results until it can get to the bottom of what happened on Election Day. Something is not right. The results do not appear to be accurate. I’m a longtime journalist and a native of Madison, Wisconsin, and have spent years studying voter rolls, election laws and

Legal Beat

Navajo hemp investigation expands to Federal marijuana, labor probe

A Navajo Nation probe of a controversial, Navajo-owned hemp operation has turned into a federal investigation into reports of marijuana production, interstate drug trafficking and violations of labor and child labor laws. The FBI said Monday it had executed search warrants “in the area of Shiprock” in an operation that included nine federal agencies as

Politics

NH Gov Calls Biden’s National Mask Mandate a ‘Political Talking Point’

President-elect Joe Biden’s call for a national mask mandate will be met with a cold shoulder by New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, who dismissed the notion of national safety mandates as “a nice political talking point.” Biden has posted his plan to address COVID-19 once he takes office, and it includes his pledge to “Implement

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