February 25, 2022


Local Conservatives to Host Statewide Republican Candidates

The local chapter of the Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Republican candidates for Arizona Governor, US Congress, and Attorney General, will speak at their upcoming meeting this Saturday, February 26, 2022, in Chino Valley. The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited. Those wishing to attend


Harold Leroy Watters, 1937-2022

Harold Leroy Watters, 84, beloved father, husband, and great-grandfather ascended heaven-bound with his Lord and Savior on February 15, 2022. In Wellington, Ohio, Harold was born to doting parents Richard and Edna Watters on March 17, 1937. His mother often said Harold has ‘Ants-in-His-Pant’ for the amount of energy he had, always in motion. He

Foster Children

State of Arizona, Grand Canyon University Partnership To Cover All Tuition, Fees, Room And Board For Foster Children

First-Of-Its-Kind Arizona Program Also Incorporates Support System For Foster Students Arizona foster children will receive a full scholarship at Grand Canyon University thanks to a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Arizona Department of Child Safety. The Fostering Futures Scholarships program, announced today by Governor Doug Ducey, DCS Director Mike Faust and GCU President Brian Mueller, covers all tuition,

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

9 Garden Tasks for Better Gardens this Spring – Ken Lain

Spring weather signals the start of specific gardening tasks essential to maintaining a vital, healthy garden. I’m a list type of gardener, and the following is my springtime procedural list in order of personal priority. Hope it helps you and your gardens. #1 – Finish pruning everything in the yard, including roses, fruit trees, and

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