May 6, 2021

Prescott National Forest

Trails Temporarily Re-Open near Woodchute Trailhead on Mingus Mountain

During the month of April, a contractor used heavy equipment to thin trees on 41 acres of Prescott National Forest land on Mingus Mountain. The Butterfly Stewardship Project is located west of Highway 89A, along Forest Road 106 and near the Woodchute Wilderness trailhead.  It is important to note that the thinning operations are only occurring outside

Sports

Badgers Drop Home Finale In Extra Innings 13-11: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 20 Luke McCauslin dives for a ball in centerfield Varsity Baseball The Badgers closed out their home part of the schedule with a wild 13-11 extra inning loss to the Mingus Marauders. The game played out to a recent familiar scenario,  something that sports betting fans are sure to appreciate, with the Badgers falling behind, taking

The Zany Sage

What’s Buried in YOUR Clutter?

“So THAT’S where that went!”  I often hear this when I’m working with an organizing client.  It’s one of the benefits clients are often not aware of when they hire a professional organizer-they find things they thought were long gone. Or they will find duplicates (ahem or triplicates or…eh, you get the point) of other

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Protect Arizonans’ Personal Property Rights

Governor Doug Ducey today signed bipartisan legislation to ensure innocent Arizonans do not have their property permanently forfeited without a criminal conviction. House Bill 2810 was approved by decisive majorities in the Arizona House and Senate. It becomes law 90 days after the Legislature adjourns. Currently there is no requirement that the government prove that

Education

Arizona House Passes the “Unbiased Teaching Act,” Barring Racist, Sexist & Politicized Instruction

The Arizona House of Representatives today passed important legislation that bars racist, sexist and politicized instruction in Arizona schools.  The “Unbiased Teaching Act,” a floor amendment proposed by State Representative Michelle Udall (R-25), chair of the House Education Committee, was adopted onto SB 1532, which was passed by the House with the support of all 31 House Republicans. “Racism cannot

Opinion

Opinion – Biden’s 100 Days: Partisan, Negligent, and Un-American

When President Joe Biden hit the 100-day mark recently, Americans were anything but excited about the “unity” of recent months. If anything, Americans are excited that we are 100 days closer to the end of the Biden presidency—one marked by bitter partisanship and reckless negligence. First, let’s start with “unity,” a Biden buzzword on Inauguration Day.

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