September 22, 2021

Events

Local Conservatives to Host Shiry Sapir, Candidate for State Superintendent Of Public Instruction

The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR)  has announced that Shiry Sapir, candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will speak at their upcoming monthly meeting this Saturday, September 25, 2021, in Chino Valley. The meeting is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.  Those wishing to attend are asked to

Archaeology

University of Pennsylvania Receives $1.3 Million Getty Grant to Protect and Preserve Wupatki National Monument

Located in northeast Arizona, Wupatki contains more than 5,000 Indigenous archaeological sites at risk from climate change The Center for Architectural Conservation at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design has received a $1.3 million grant from Getty to develop a conservation and management plan and professional training program for Wupatki National Monument

Legal Beat

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Joins Antitrust Lawsuit Against American Airlines and JetBlue

New Alliance Eliminates Competition and Harms Air Travelers Nationwide Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office (AGO) joined a coalition of 6 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Department of Justice (coalition) in filing an antitrust lawsuit against American Airlines (American) and JetBlue Airlines (JetBlue) regarding their Northeast Alliance (NEA) Agreement.

Border Towns

Border communities face another month of ‘nonessential’ travel limits

The ban on nonessential travel on land crossings between the U.S. and Mexico will be extended another month, a “disheartening” development for border towns and businesses that have already had to cope with the travel limitation for 18 months. “It’s very disheartening to have it extended again,” Douglas Mayor Donald C. Huish said Monday. “Our

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