October 7, 2021

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Insider Secrets Your Landscaper Won’t Share

Whether it’s having hardscape features installed, performing chores, or selecting plants for the yard, it’s helpful to understand the insider secrets landscapers won’t share. Thinking like a professional saves lots of money, time, and frustration. Best of all, unlocking these pro tips help transform your plantings from a mere collection of plants into a sophisticated


City of Prescott to host Community Development Block Grants Workshop

October 20, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. at City Hall or Via Zoom The City of Prescott invites representatives of local nonprofit organizations, City Departments, and for profit organizations to attend our 2022 CDBG Needs Workshop. Staff will provide a brief overview of eligible activities and national objectives and allow for question an answer regarding potential


Bradshaw Mountain Knocks Off Badgers 3-1: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 13 Payton Johnson hits the ball past two Bradshaw Mountain defenders. Volleyball The Bradshaw Mountain Bears beat the Prescott Badgers 3-1, for the season sweep, in an unusual evening in the Badger Dome, at Prescott High School. The Bears took the first two games, but the Badgers were responding in the third, as each


Facebook’s scandals and outage test users’ frenemy relationship

How do you feel about Facebook? Enes Evren/E+ via Getty Images Elizabeth Stoycheff, Wayne State University When Facebook was down for most of the day on Oct. 4, 2021, did you miss it, were you relieved or some of both? Social scientists have compiled an expansive body of research that shows how people have come


Opinion: Dems’ Socialist Spending Plans Slam Into Debt Ceiling

Democrats have a problem. They want Republican fingerprints on their big-government socialist reconciliation bill. But first, they need to raise the debt ceiling to clear the way for trillions in new spending. Republicans are united in opposition to the reconciliation bill. And they have made clear since the beginning that Democrats — with full control


Robocalls dip as FCC rules kick in; advocates say more should be done

Robocalls to Arizonans dropped by more than 3 million in July, to about 84.4 million for the month, as the first phase of a new federal mandate took effect that requires phone companies to implement anti-robocall measures. But consumer advocates say phone carriers could be doing more. A report last month by the U.S. Public Interest

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