June 17, 2021

Energy

Transitioning from coal is the goal – how to get there is the question

Navajo and Hopi witnesses agreed the region needs to move away from its economic dependence on coal, but specific proposals on how to get there remained elusive after a House hearing Tuesday. The tribal representatives joined witnesses from across coal country at a House hearing on “supporting communities through the energy transition” – a transition that has

Emergency Services

Bicyclist Struck by Vehicle on Highway 89A

On June 16, 2021 at around 630 am the Prescott Police Department responded to the area of Highway 89A and Granite Dells Parkway for a vehicle and bicycle crash. Upon arrival, officers learned that a 50 year old Prescott Valley man was riding his bicycle eastbound on the right hand shoulder approaching Granite Dells Parkway

State

5 Things To Know About Arizona’s Tax Plan

Not only is Arizona’s economy open — it’s booming. Unlike other states, we never did a lockdown. Arizona focused on personal responsibility and a balanced approach to the pandemic, which resulted in increased economic growth. Our population continues to grow, and the state is attracting employers of various industries. Personal income rose last year at

Veterans Hospital

Rural Arizona VA Hospital shells out a cool $1 Million in staff bonuses – Part 3

In Part Two we juxtaposed the VA’s purported “core values” with how their performance is perceived. On January 30, 2021,“VA’s Survey of Healthcare Experience of Patients” was published online by the US Dept of Veterans Affairs Vantage Point – the blog of the VA. They made the mistake of opening up the website to comments

The Zany Sage

Welcome, Clutter

By the time someone engages the services of a professional organizer, they have often had some sort of a precipitating event.  I like to think of it as the 3 D’s – a death, downsizing or divorce.  Of course, there are other reasons too but those significant life changes are big enough to prompt action

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