June 10, 2021

Dining Out

Celtic Music Returns to Prescott

Thursday afternoon’s ribbon cutting at the P.U.B., marks the official Grand Opening of this local landmark and the return of live Celtic music to Prescott. Owner Joanne “Joany” Cole and General Manager Kellie Morris have scheduled a full weekend of Celtic music played by local musicians on traditional instruments including bagpipe, mandolin, flute and the

Local

Governor Attends CP Technologies Grand Opening In Prescott

Governor Doug Ducey welcomed a new manufacturing company to Arizona by traveling to Prescott for the grand opening of its new headquarters after relocating from California. CP Technologies is expected to create more than 200 jobs over the next two years and have additional economic impacts on Yavapai County. “Arizona’s manufacturers produce vital resources for

Elections

Supreme Court weighs voting rights in a pivotal Arizona case

The Maricopa County Election Department counts ballots in Phoenix on Nov. 5, 2020. Arizona’s election laws are the subject of a pending Supreme Court decision. Olivier Touron/AFP via Getty Images  Cornell William Clayton, Washington State University and Michael Ritter, Washington State University Would you vote by mail if you had to drive hours to a

Wildfires

Governor Ducey Issues Declarations of Emergency In Response To Telegraph, Mescal Fires

Governor Doug Ducey today issued two Declarations of Emergency in response to the Telegraph and Mescal Fires in Pinal and Gila Counties, making available up to $400,000 for response efforts. The State of Emergency follows the Governor’s June 6 request to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for a Fire Management Assistance Grant. FEMA quickly

Employment

Ducey to terminate federal unemployment benefits for Arizonans

Stephanie Weathersby walked through the Phoenix Veterans Job Fair last week at State Farm Stadium, looking for what many of Arizona’s 600,000 unemployed are looking for: a job. But not just any job. Weathersby needs one that covers housing costs that “just keep rising,” she said, but “the pay range has just not budged.” “If

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