June 16, 2021

Movies

The Sedona Film Festival is Here and The Message is of Hope

If you’re not aware, the legendary Sedona Film Festival is back in town, and, for me, it was nice to sit down at a theater again and feel a sense of normality in a mad, mad world. I’ve always loved the festival and appreciated all the culture and interest that it’s brought to the community,

Politics

Two Cheers for Governor Ducey

After six and a half years in office, Governor Ducey’s legacy remains unclear. With the 2021 legislative term now in overtime  and major political figures  announcing to succeed him, the Governor will soon be a lame duck. Next year’s legislative session will be his last. Ducey hasn’t been a bad governor. Basically, he’s been a moderate,

Fires

Structure Fire 3100 Block Angus Dr

At about 8:05 AM on Monday, June 14th, Prescott Regional Communications Center received multiple calls reported what sounded like an explosion and subsequent fire from a garage in the 3100 Block of Angus Dr.  4 Engines from Prescott Fire Department (PFD) and Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA), a Battalion Chief, and an Ambulance

Local

Chino Valley cancels July 4th event

After considering current fire restrictions throughout Yavapai County and reviewing the extended forecast, the Town of Chino Valley announced the cancellation of the planned July 4th Fireworks celebration. “As much as we all look forward to the 4th of July and fireworks especially, it just wouldn’t be responsible of us to move forward with the

State

Governor Ducey Issues Executive Order To Protect Access To Arizona Public Universities

Governor Doug Ducey today issued an Executive Order protecting access to Arizona’s public universities and community colleges for all students. Under the Executive Order, students cannot be mandated to take the COVID-19 vaccine or submit COVID-19 vaccination documents. Students also cannot be mandated to be tested or wear masks in order to participate in learning.

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