Glenn Martin interviews Brandon Montoya who is running for the Prescott (AZ) City Council. Brandon discusses why he wants to be on the City Council, and his views on strategic growth, water, and other issues facing the City.
July 6, 2021
Tiger Fire Email: email@example.com Size: 11, 971 acres Containment: 0% Cause: Lightning Location: 11 miles east of Crown King Start Date: June 30, 3:45 p.m. Incident Commander: Dave Gesser Incident Personnel: 205 Rain on Saturday slowed fire growth and lessened its activity. As reported by remote automated weather stations placed around fire, the south end of the fire received 2.65 inches of rain,
So gooey, so good. Chewonki Semester School, CC BY-NC-ND Jeffrey Miller, Colorado State University This summer, millions of marshmallows will be toasted over fires across America. Many will be used as an ingredient in the quintessential summer snack: the s’more. Eating gooey marshmallows and warm chocolate sandwiched between two graham crackers may feel like a
In partnership with the Truman Presidential Library’s White House Decision Center, the Political History and Leadership program at ASU is pleased to offer incoming high school sophomores, juniors and seniors an opportunity to join us on the ASU Tempe campus on Friday, July 30, 2021 for a High School Leadership Academy. The program will challenge students to step into
The argument/debate that there are more cats than dogs or vice versa is not a new one. The answer to this question can be very tricky. For one, this is because canines and felines are the most treasured pets in the United States and many other parts of the world. It is even a rare
Happy Fourth of July! The Fourth of July is also known as Independence Day. It celebrates our country’s separation from the British Empire in 1776 and the founding of the United States. I think it’s an appropriate time to think of how we can break away from limiting beliefs. Henry Ford said, ”Whether you think