July 23, 2021

Events

Annual Prescott Antique Show and Vintage Market

The Annual Prescott Antique Show and Vintage Market will be at the Findlay Toyota Center this Friday and Saturday. The show will be offering a huge variety of quality antiques in every category plus authentic vintage items with wide appeal, including popular repurposed, rustic barn, 50’s & 60s, and so much more.  Come enjoy the

Veterans

Veteran Workforce Initiatives

Throughout his administration, Governor Doug Ducey has worked to expand opportunities in Arizona for those who answered the call to serve our nation. Veterans have always played a vital role in our state’s economy — and they always will. As Arizona’s economy continues to grow, numerous organizations are offering post-service opportunities to help connect veterans

Taxes

Taxpayers Can Request Payment Plan for Individual Income through AZTaxes.gov Website

Arizona’s taxpayers now have a convenient new way to request a payment plan and manage their individual income tax liability through the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) AZTaxes.gov website. Taxpayers can already make full or partial payments on AZTaxes.gov, but if unable to pay tax liability in full, an individual can request a monthly installment

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

12 Ground Covers That Provide Year-Round Color

Ground cover plants are beneficial in so many ways. The foliage provides visual interest across hills, between boulders, and down slopes. They also reduce yard maintenance by fighting erosion and suppressing weeds. Here is the definitive list for local groundcovers grown in the brutal sun or dense shade. Many offer an evergreen solution to bare

Immigration

Border encounters surge, as migrants make repeated crossing attempts

The number of migrants stopped at the Southwest border continued to surge last month, to the highest level for June in at least 20 years, but officials caution that those numbers could have been inflated by repeat attempts by the same people. Customs and Border Protection reported 188,829 “encounters” at the border for June, a 5% increase

Opinion

Opinion: A Proposed Law Would Break the Internet

The U.S. House of Representatives is considering a law that would break the internet as we know it. Dressed up in legalese as a ban on “self-preferencing” by large platform companies, the effect would be to make the internet much less useful and valuable to all of us. Whatever you may think of big tech,

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