July 9, 2021

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Eric Moore

Glenn Martin interviews Eric Moore, who is running for Prescott City Council. Eric talks about need for managed growth instead of the unprecedented growth we have been seeing. His issues include traffic, water use, and the mass grading that developers are using to build homes.

Elections

Prescott Candidates on Financial Sources 2021

UPDATE: 7/8. A hit piece mailer on two of the candidates has shown up in mailboxes today. It is not from any of the campaigns directly but rather from a political hit piece organization with the innocuous sounding name “Arizona Residents Council”. It is listed as an “education” focused nonprofit. This is the common tool

Wildfires

Arizona Wildfires Update – July 8, 2021

Map of Tiger Fire Middle Fire Current as of 7/8/2021, 2:37:25 PM Incident Type: Wildfire Cause: Lightning Date of Origin: Tuesday June 29th, 2021 approx. 03:00 PM Location: 28 miles from Cave Creek Incident Commander: Nick Castro Total Personnel: 39 Size: 2,150 Acres Percent of Perimeter Contained:  5% A Southwest Type 2 Incident Management Team

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Tips & Tricks for New Mountain Gardeners

Many have gardened in places where the soil is rich, its pH perfectly balanced and the climate blessed with consistent rainfall, gentle sun, and plant coddling humidity. If you have dug a hole in the ground, you know mountain gardening presents the opposite of such ideal conditions. My words are limited here, but they’re enough

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Appoints Kathryn Hackett King To The Arizona Supreme Court

Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Kathryn Hackett King, a member of the Arizona Board of Regents and University of Arizona College of Law graduate, to the Arizona Supreme Court. King brings a breadth of private and public experience to the bench, from her background in complex civil litigation to her work in

State

Traffic stop: Commuting times, costs fell sharply during pandemic year

Phoenix area commuters got 36 hours of their lives back last year. That’s the amount of time Valley residents did not have to spend sitting in traffic, as the COVID-19 pandemic led to sharp drops in commuting and subsequent declines in traffic congestion, according to a new national report. Cities across Arizona, and across the

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