August 13, 2021

Arizona Corporation Commission

Here is What it Will Cost You to Achieve 100% Clean Energy

From the Office of Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Several clean energy proposals are currently pending before the Arizona Corporation Commission. After several months, the Commission has received an independent analysis of at least two of these proposals: 100 percent zero-emission energy by 2050 and 80 percent clean energy by 2050. According to an independent analysis

Crime

Prescott Police Seek the Public’s Help to Identify Suspects of Animal Cruelty

The Prescott Police Department is investigating a felony animal cruelty case that occurred during the early morning hours of July 26, 2021 on the campus of Taylor Hicks Elementary School, 1845 Campbell Avenue. A Prescott Animal Control Supervisor responded later that morning and discovered two kittens were deceased. Both kittens were located in the parking

State

Half of Arizonans have suffered from ‘pandemic brain’, reveals survey

29% say boredom has been the overriding emotion during the pandemic.  Respondents believe ‘Gen Z’ has missed out the most during social isolation. Devoid of social interaction over the past year, many of us are well-acquainted with being bored at home. You’ve read every magazine and watched your entire Netflix list; started a garden (which

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

Disney’s Cruella, A Fabulously Disappointing Reboot

Oh boy, this one is a real doozy. For my Nomadland and The Father reviews, I wanted to review highly acclaimed films to see how good they really were. In this case, I chose to review Cruella because the mixed reception it received piqued my interest. Cruella is a reboot-prequel starring the classic villain Cruella

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Top Plants from A to O with Dazzling Foliage

Next time you hit the garden center, think leaves. Flowers come and go as the summer growing season wears on, but foliage remains vibrant nonstop. “Gardeners don’t realize foliage plants are a kaleidoscope of color, from gold and chartreuse to blue, burgundy and near black,” says Katelyn Lain-Cespede, an owner at Watters Garden Center. “Some

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