April 30, 2021

Prescott Mayor's Race

The Fight for Prescott’s Future

Close to 200 hundred well-wishers crowded the Arizona Room of the Hassayampa Inn last night to help kick off Prescott City  Councilman Phil Goode’s bid to become the next Mayor of Prescott. Those in attendance included some of Prescott’s top political figures and civic activists. Both the current and former Chairs of the Yavapai County GOP, Lois

Technology

Northern Arizona Regional Broadband Survey – NACOG

Broadband has become the indispensable utility of the 21st century, driving the prosperity of communities and supporting applications such as remote work, telehealth, and online learning. Northern Arizona Council of Governments Economic & Workforce Development (NACOG EWD) views high-speed broadband internet and its related infrastructure as a necessity, understanding that broadband services will drive major

Education

Four Peaks Brewery donates school supply kits to 10,000 teachers in Southwest

Four Peaks Brewing Co., Arizona’s largest brewery, is launching its 11th annual Four Peaks For Teachers fundraiser on Tuesday, May 4 with the goal of distributing free kits full of much-needed school supplies to 10,000 teachers in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas. The campaign’s launch coincides with Teacher Appreciation Day and includes a new twist: This year,

Education

Governor Ducey Announces Nearly $27 Million To Support K-12 Students

Governor Doug Ducey announced Arizona is distributing $26.5 million to support Summer learning programs, reach struggling students, enhance student achievement and expand tutoring opportunities. “Our teachers, students and families have worked hard to stay on track and ensure Arizona kids have all the support they need,” said Governor Ducey. “We need to keep up this

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

2020 Roses Best in Show

The mountains of Arizona are famous for easy-care roses. Because of the dry air and alkaline soils, we grow a better, brighter, more fragrant rose without the disease and insect issues that plague gardens in high-humidity states. Every garden deserves at least one rose bush, whether in the ground, raised bed, or a container. 4

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