January 28, 2021

Events

GOP Chair Kelli Ward & AZ Senate President Karen Fann to Speak in Prescott

The Yavapai County chapter of Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) will host GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward and State Senate President Karen Fann  at their upcoming meeting this Saturday,  January 30, 2021,  11am, at the VFW in Prescott Valley. Dr. Ward was recently reelected Chair of the State Republican Party at the annual meeting in Phoenix last week.  

Education

Chino Valley Schools Return to regular school day, 01.28.21

After beginning our week with snow and icy roads, we are pleased to announce that Thursday, January 28, 2021, the district campuses will resume regular school day schedule. For any campus and class-specific questions, please contact the main office of the school in question, info and links available at the district website (www.chinovalleyschools.com). Thank you

Local

Application Filing Deadline Closed for Prescott City Council Vacancy

The application filing period has now closed for the previously announced City Council Vacancy. The following individuals have submitted applications which will be reviewed by Council at a Tuesday, February 2nd Special Executive Session Meeting. Finalists will be selected at that meeting and then interviewed at a Tuesday, February 16th Special Voting Meeting. Applicants will

COVID-19

Governor Ducey Issues Advisory To Accelerate COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Governor Doug Ducey  issued an advisory to accelerate the statewide distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine and move doses of vaccine to where they can be rapidly administered to the Arizonans. “The COVID-19 vaccination is our best shot at returning to life as it should be. Over the last two weeks, the COVID-19 vaccination site at

COVID-19

Unemployment dips in Arizona for December, but jobs are still tight

As COVID-19 pummels away in Arizona, unemployment in the state dipped slightly in December, with the restaurant and entertainment industries continuing to take the hardest hits. The state unemployment rate was 7.5% last month, compared with 8% in November, putting Arizona among 20 states with the good fortune to post December decreases, according to the

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