March 19, 2021

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City of Prescott and Prescott Fire Department Announce Loss of Firefighter

The City of Prescott and the Prescott Fire Department are saddened to announce the loss of Firefighter/EMT Tye Seets.   He leaves behind his wife Karissa, two young children, along with extended family in the Prescott, AZ Quad-City area.  Prior to his employment with the City of Prescott, Tye served honorably with the United States Army.

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Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce now taking nominations for its annual Community Excellence Awards

“Making a Positive Difference” A Prescott Valley Community Excellence Awards Program The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to present its annual Community Excellence Recognition program where organizations and individuals who have made a significant contribution to Prescott Valley in fiscal year 2020-2021 will be recognized and awarded.  We are soliciting nominations from citizens,

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

10 Mountain Plants Hard to Kill in the Garden

A good friend came into the garden center this week wanting guidance in planting a new raised bed wrapped around her house. She knew a cottage flower garden was her style but was overwhelmed by where to start. As a fellow entrepreneur, she also felt the reality of taking care of delicate plants with her

Legal Beat

Arizona Border Strike Force Fighting Criminal Organizations

As the crisis on the United States-Mexico border escalates, the Arizona Department of Public Safety continues to deter and dismantle illegal activity to keep Arizona safe thanks to a highly-trained group of state troopers. Arizona’s Border Strike Force has been fighting criminal activity in Arizona communities and along the border since its creation by Governor

Legal Beat

Opinion: Government Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook Should be Dismissed

Facebook’s filing to dismiss antitrust lawsuits by the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) and state attorneys general is a chance to pause unwarranted political punishment of “Big Tech” companies. Government legal arguments against the social media giant are weak and undermine the choices made by consumers themselves. The basis of U.S. antitrust law for the last

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