January 30, 2021

Local

Positive Changes in Granite Creek Corridor

One of the true jewels of the Prescott area has always been the Granite Creek Corridor. It is a uniquely rural amenity in the heart of our urban downtown and provides an opportunity to connect areas of the community that haven’t been connected before. This area has sadly been forgotten and neglected for some time,

Taxes

Watch Out for Identity Theft Thieves during Tax Season

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) takes identity theft seriously and reminds taxpayers that tax filing season is a time to be aware of identity thieves looking for ways to commit tax fraud. The department points to phishing schemes, card-skimming devices, unsecure Wi-Fi networks, data breaches, computer viruses, unsafe smartphone apps, and hacking email accounts

Water

Arizona’s Continued Commitment To Water Conservation

Two years ago this Sunday, Governor Doug Ducey signed the Drought Contingency Plan, a historic effort by Arizona and six other western states to manage one of their most precious resources: water. As part of the multi-state Drought Contingency Plan (DCP), Arizona is committed to conserving more water from the Colorado River. Alongside the plan, Governor Ducey created the Governor’s

COVID-19

Vaccinating the homeless: Some have received doses, others await their turn

Clayton Foster was living out of his car when he contracted COVID-19. The 67-year-old knew he faced higher risks of death or severe outcomes during the pandemic because of his chronic heart and bladder conditions, but for Foster and thousands of other homeless people across the Southwest, it’s been hard to protect against the virus.

Opinion

Opinion: Joe Biden Broke a Barrier that Stood for Centuries

On January 20, 2021 President Joe Biden became the 46th president after repeatedly tearing up during his campaign. No previous presidential candidate would have been elected if they had shown even modest signs of such “female behavior,” actions that the majority of Americans have deemed weak. The president’s unique behavior is a measure of how

Legal Beat

Ex-FBI lawyer given probation for Russia probe actions

A former FBI lawyer was sentenced to probation on Friday for altering an email the Justice Department relied on in its surveillance of an aide to President Donald Trump during the Russia investigation. Kevin Clinesmith apologized for doctoring the email about Carter Page’s relationship with the CIA, saying he was “truly ashamed” of an action

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