October 27, 2021

Sports

Badgers Handle Millennium In Opening Round 6-0: Badminton Playoffs continue today

Photo: Lauren Farley won out 2-1 in a tough match with Millennium’s Sydnee Levandowski The Prescott Badgers opened up the playoffs with a first round victory sweep of 6-0, over the Millennium Tigers, at Prescott High School. The match had some challenging match-ups, with Lauren Farley having to play three games to win 2-1. Farley

Crime

Two People Shot at Chino Valley Residence

On 10/24/2021 at approximately 9:24 am, Chino Valley Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 1500 block of Yorkshire Avenue, located in the Highlands Ranch subdivision of Chino Valley. There had been reports of a shooting that had just occurred at the location and two people were injured. When officers arrived, they found two

State

Governor Ducey Announces $3.5 Million To Assist Arizonans, Small Businesses

Programs To Support Continued Economic Growth, Financial Recovery As State Emerges From Pandemic Governor Doug Ducey  announced $3,575,000 to support programs that help Arizonans and small businesses recover financially from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This past year has brought extraordinary challenges on Arizonans and businesses across the state, and we are committed to

Border crisis

Border apprehensions hit all-time high of 1.7 million in fiscal 2021

Apprehensions at the southwestern border hit 1.7 million in fiscal 2021, the highest in more than 60 years, despite two months of declining numbers, according to the most recent data from Customs and Border Protection. Apprehensions at the Arizona border were also up sharply, although neither the Yuma sector nor the Tucson sector of the border set

Financial

‘Build Back Better’ Could Break IRA Retirement System, Experts Warn

The Biden administration is eying changes to retirement savings, causing one organization to say “hands off!” “Joe Biden is going after and trying to get a lot of tax increases through the reconciliation bill and one of those is to get more taxes from Roth Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and regular IRAs,” says David Williams, president of the

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