July 2, 2021


Prescott Roadrunners Fall 10-6: Collegiate Baseball at Prescott High School

Photo: Jake Schulz slides in an attempt to steal home The Prescott Roadrunners opened their home stand with a 10-6 loss to the San Francisco Seals at Prescott High School last night. The Northern Arizona League is presenting Summer Collegiate Baseball with 12 home games over the course of the next three weeks. Three former


Fireworks a Concern as Fire Danger Remains High in Arizona

With the 4th of July holiday around the corner, the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management urges the public to not use fireworks as more than half of the state remains in an exceptional drought status and fire activity continues. While certain fireworks are legal, they can still start wildfires. Just as recent as


Sen David Livingston Files for AZ State Treasurer

So today, July 1st, is the start of the new fiscal year, and after successfully completing this legislative session, I’m proud to announce I’m running for State Treasurer. During my time at the Legislature, as I have worked to improve different parts of our economy, I’ve had many nicknames – “The Money Guy”, “The Insurance

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Essential July Garden To-Do List

July is the ideal month to add a shade or fruit tree, a berry plant, summer flowering shrubs, and perennials to the Landscape. Plants root quickly in the warm summer soil. With the arrival of monsoon rains, plants thrive even more. The increased humidity and shade from a cloud floating over the head are a


Opinion: Why 2020 Changed Political Advertising Forever

The 2021 political advertising season is heating up. As gubernatorial candidates in New Jersey and Virginia get their messages out ahead of the November elections there, political advertisers are looking to make the most of every media dollar. And they are looking to last year’s election for lessons. The 2020 political advertising landscape was incredibly

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