February 16, 2022

Prescott National Forest

Great American Outdoors Act Funds Lynx Lake Trail Restoration

Beginning mid-February 2022, crews will begin heavy trail maintenance on the paved sections of the Lynx Lake Trail #311 to maintain and restore the accessibility of this popular trail.  Maintenance activities will require closing portions of the trail throughout the project which is expected to take up to four months to complete with estimated project completion towards the end of September 2022.

Town of Prescott Valley

Town of Prescott Valley Opposes Proposed Sand and Gravel Operation Adjacent to Fain Park

The Town of Prescott Valley has expressed opposition to a proposed sand and gravel operation in two parcels immediately adjacent to Fain Park and StoneRidge Drive. Both parcels, owned by the Fain Family Limited Partnership, are in unincorporated Yavapai County. The Town will not reissue a prior right-of-way permit that would have allowed transporting materials

Opinion

Opinion: Potentials for Bitcoin in State Government – Inside Sources

Our country is dealing with some of the highest inflation in a generation while COVID jitters and government restrictions shake the economy. But state and local policymakers are not powerless to protect their residents. There is always Bitcoin. In a time of inflation, ballooning government debts, and broader financial uncertainty, a Bitcoin-first policy would be a welcome

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: The Richard Nixon His Loyalists Knew – Pat Buchanan

Whenever America is polarized, as it is today, people go back in memory and history to recall other times their nation was so divided. The Civil War of the 1860s and the social revolution that tore us apart in the 1960s come instantly to mind. In that latter time, there was no figure more central

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