February 19, 2021

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Exceptional Houseplants Anyone Can Keep Alive Indoors

The internet is filled with exotic tales of hard to find plants that are even harder to keep alive. Yes, we do have most of these unusual plants, but this column is dedicated to the new home gardener just starting out. It’s best to start with easy to care for plants. This is even more

Arizona Today

DOJ Changes Legal Position in AZ voting case

Seriously compelling issues continue to percolate in association with election fraud. ARIZONA TODAY continues to present information, clarifications, and key players in the on-going battles to expose the fraud versus those who battle to keep the lid on and lights off. The below article by Matthew Vadum is an example of this on-going effort to

Events

Prescott Downtown Partnership is seeking Volunteers

The Prescott Downtown Partnership is gearing up for a busy 2021 event season and is seeking volunteers to help the non-profit organization implement, oversee and manage arts and crafts festivals, the Prescott Bluegrass Festival, Prescott Summer Concert Series and Prescott Sings. “If you enjoy these events as attendees but have always wanted to help with

State

New Report: Arizona To Add 325,000+ Jobs By Spring 2022

 A new report released by the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity is projecting strong job growth in the state over the next two years, with the largest gains happening in sectors hit hardest by the pandemic. “Arizona is a place where opportunities are plentiful and jobs are growing,” said Governor Doug Ducey. “Families and businesses from

The Zany Sage

That Science Experiment in the Fridge

Okay, boys and girls, it’s time to strap on a gas mask, don some rubber gloves and get ready for a serious rumble in the fridge. I see that bag of organic spring mix that has turned to slime. And the gooey substance from who-knows-what-spilled underneath the crisper drawer. I see you standing looking into

Energy

Opinion: When the Windmills Freeze in Texas, Coal Keeps the Lights On

In Texas, the wind turbines are frozen. Natural gas supplies are low. And multiple power plants are off-line due to recent snow and ice storms. Around 25 percent of homes in Texas did not have power as the Polar Vortex slammed into the Lone Star State earlier this week, and that threatened to soar even

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