January 14, 2022


I-17 weekend closure in Phoenix for Valley Metro project (Jan. 14-17)

A stretch of Interstate 17 between Northern and Peoria avenues in Phoenix will be closed this weekend (Jan. 14-17) for construction of Valley Metro light rail bridges over the freeway north of Dunlap Avenue. I-17 will be closed in both directions to allow Valley Metro’s contractors to install girders for the two new light rail bridge structures


#1 Badgers Get Past Lee Williams 4-3 : Lead official ejects home crowd

Photo: 19 Frank Castro attempts to keep the ball away from Beauen Bradley of Lee Williams A battle of two very good soccer teams took place Wednesday night on Bill Shepard Field at Prescott High School, but unfortunately the home crowd did not get to enjoy the final minutes, that included the game winning goal


Arizona Voters Support Religious Freedom and Parents’ Rights

The Resolute Group is pleased to release the results of a live caller survey of likely Arizona General Election voters conducted between November 15th and 17th of 2021. This statewide poll, commissioned by Center for Arizona Policy and conducted by Data Orbital, surveyed 600 respondents on religious freedom, parental rights, and education. A majority of

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

5 Ways Houseplants Improve Your Mental Health – Ken Lain

There is a good reason those fiddle leaf figs are flying off the shelves. Houseplants are a boon for your mental health. Especially during these socially-deprived and tumultuous times midst COVID, civil unrest, and divisive politics. Stoneside surveyed nearly a thousand people to see how their plants influenced their stress levels with some fascinating results. They found


Opinion: We Cannot Build Back Better Without Ensuring Water Security for All – Inside Sources

Without a vote in the Senate on the Build Back Better Act, especially with continued objections to the legislation from Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), communities across the country are understandably concerned about the climate impacts of inaction. With increasingly frequent and catastrophic floods, freezes, hurricanes, and fires – including the recent devastating fire in Colorado

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