December 2, 2021

Legal Beat

Arizona sheriff pleads guilty to operating boat while drunk

Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes pleaded guilty on Thursday to operating a boat while under the influence of alcohol and was sentenced to a year of probation and will spend two days in home confinement. The elected first-term sheriff said he deeply regretted offering to dock a boat for a friend while visiting Lake Powell

Sports

Poston Butte Dominates Flat Badgers 49-7: Trailed 35-0 at the half

Photo: 42 Maurea Norris tries to get by Poston Butte’s Gaven Thrower The Poston Butte Broncos scored on five of six first half possessions, en route to an easy 49-7 win over the Prescott Badgers, in the quarterfinals in the 4A state playoffs. The season ending scenario was much like last season, when Prescott got

Opinion

Opinion: What Would the Internet Look Like Without Section 230?

Over the last couple of years, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has drawn sharp rebuke from politicians on both sides of the aisle. In fact, President Biden and former President Trump have separately called for the law to be “revoked” and “repealed,” respectively, and many members of Congress have echoed those sentiments. But what would the Internet

Arizona State University

Rittenhouse rejected, respected by feuding factions on ASU campus

He is not currently enrolled in any classes or present on campus, but Kyle Rittenhouse is already casting a long shadow across Arizona State University. Rittenhouse, acquitted of all charges this month in the killing of two people and the wounding of a third during 2020 Black Lives Matter protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, said during

Social Security and You

Seniors Who Are Disabled

Baby boomers (like me) aren’t just getting old. Some of us are also getting frail. I’m probably a pretty good example. After a lifetime of essentially good health, I’ve recently had to deal with issues as severe as blood clots and as minor as a bum knee and arthritis. And judging from my emails, I’m

Scroll to Top