July 11, 2021

Prescott Mayor's Race

Conflicts of Interest Plague Mengarelli’s Bid for Re-Election as Mayor

Conflict of Interest: 1. a situation in which the concerns or aims of two different parties are incompatible. “the conflict of interest between elected officials and corporate lobbyists” 2. a situation in which a person is in a position to derive personal benefit from actions or decisions made in their official capacity.—Oxford Dictionary Ballots for the

Education

Chino Valley Schools Mid-Summer Update

With the passing of the 4th of July, we now have just over 4 weeks left before the start of school.  As always, the summer break is passing quickly. During the first half of the summer, the District was busy with summer school, which ran from June 2nd through June 29th.  Summer school was offered

Taxes

Governor Ducey Cuts Taxes For Arizona Small Businesses

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation that further reduces and streamlines taxes while protecting small businesses from the threat of a 77 percent tax increase. “This tax cut will keep Arizona competitive for small businesses already operating here and new businesses flocking here every day,” Governor Ducey said. “After a year as tough as the last,

Opinion

Opinion – The Battleground of the Internet: Lies Tangling with Truth

In this, the Information Age, truth was supposed to be the great product of the times. Spread at the speed of light, and majestically transparent, the world of irrefutable truth was supposed to be available at the click of a key. The internet was to be like “Guinness World Records,” conceived by Sir Hugh Beaver,

State

Governor Ducey, Legislature Take Strong Action To Stop Critical Race Theory

Governor Doug Ducey took a decisive step to prohibit the concerning practice of critical race theory, the latest action in just the past week to prevent the teaching of critical race theory in Arizona public schools and other government entities. Together, these measures mean Arizona has implemented some of the best policies in the country

Science

Making cities naturally safe from supply chain shocks

A new paper in Nature lays out the way natural ecosystems parallel U.S. supply chains and how American cities can use these tools to strengthen their supply chains. The paper, “Supply chain diversity buffers cities against food shocks,” is co-authored by Benjamin Ruddell, director of the FEWSION Project and the School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems at Northern Arizona

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