February 13, 2021

Local

Pile Burning Planned February 16th – 19th on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to continue burning piles within the Prescott Basin (Senator Highway, Copper Basin, Walker Road and Deering Park), pending favorable weather conditions.  Ignitions will start on Tuesday, February 16th and continue through Friday, February 19th if conditions remain favorable.  Fire personnel continued to monitor previous ignitions from last

Sports

Prescott High School Sports Roundup

Wrestling and Boys Soccer pick up Wins Varsity Girls Basketball In their second game in as many days with Coconino, the Prescott Lady Badgers came out to lead early, but fell once again to the Lady Panthers, this time 49-36 in the Badger Dome. The loss drops the Lady Badgers to (3-4) overall, and (2-3)

State

Governor Ducey Signs Executive Order To Promote Job Creation, Economic Development

Governor Doug Ducey today signed an Executive Order renewing a moratorium on all new regulatory rule making by state agencies, limiting government regulations that inhibit job growth. “Arizona is a pro-business state — and we continue to welcome more job opportunities and new businesses,” said Governor Ducey. “Government should not be getting in the way

Energy

Shocked! Shocked To Find That Biden Cancelled the Keystone Pipeline

The surprise at President Joe Biden’s executive orders to cancel a major pipeline project and halt drilling on federal lands feels a little like discovering there was gambling going on at Rick’s Café. Is anyone really “shocked” to find that a presidential candidate who repeatedly raised the issue of a fracking ban and made green

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