The number of migrants apprehended at the southern border surged in March to one of the highest monthly totals on record, and the almost 19,000 unaccompanied youth stopped there set a record, the latest data shows. Customs and Border Protection reported Thursday that single adults still made up the bulk of the 172,331 people apprehended
April 8, 2021
With the recent reduction in COVID cases across the state and the increased availability of vaccine, Prescott Public Library is pleased to announce the following service changes: Public seating will be restored beginning Monday, April 5. Following the recommendations in Governor Ducey’s latest announcements, seating will be arranged to provide for social distancing. Sanitation supplies
Photo: 13 Peyton Little crosses the plate with the winning run in the sixth Varsity Baseball The Badgers got a big two RBI triple in the bottom of the sixth inning that held up in an exciting 5-4 win over the visiting Saguaro Sabercats. The Sabercats jumped on top 1-0 in the first, when Ty
Early Arizona Gives Day Tallies Put Event on Track To Equal or Surpass Last Year’s Record-Setting $6.1 Million in Donations
While complete numbers won’t be fully tallied for another week as nonprofits around the state submit final reports which include additional direct-to- organization donations inspired by Arizona Gives Day, all indications are that Arizona Gives Day 2021 is on pace for another record-setting result. During this year’s 24-hour online fundraiser, more than 37,000 individuals donated
Legislation Ends Drivers License Suspensions For Outstanding Traffic Ticket Fines Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation to ensure Arizonans won’t have their drivers license suspended if they can’t afford to pay for traffic fines or fees. “Taking away an Arizonan’s drivers license when they can’t pay for a traffic ticket just doesn’t make sense,” said
It is difficult to swallow the change the United States has witnessed from the time I was a boy. Oh, how American pie, baseball, Chevrolet and so much more have faltered as they fall to bad ideas from the left. Starting with the most recent of travesties, Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr.