March 19, 2022

Education

Aliyah Alpert Wins the 2022 Arizona Spelling Bee

Aliyah Alpert,  a 6th grader from Alpert Homeschool has out-spelled 26 other competitors to win the 2022 Arizona Spelling Bee hosted by the Arizona Educational Foundation on Saturday, March 19, 2022. Aliyah correctly spelled the word “foudroyant” in the 29th round to win the bee. Top 5 Arizona State Spelling Bee Winners for 2022: 1st Place – Aliyah

Law Enforcement

Glassford Hill Road Traffic Enforcement

Glassford Hill Road has experienced a surge in traffic related collisions in late 2021 and early 2022. In 2021, Prescott Valley Police officers took 42 traffic collision reports and issued 938 citations on Glassford Hill Road. In response to this trend, the Prescott Valley Police Department recently conducted their third special enforcement detail this year.

Events

Jazz at the Movies with Mike Vax

Mike Vax (director and producer of the Prescott Jazz Summit) talks about the new monthly jazz series, A Jazz Journey at the Elks. The first performance is this Saturday, March 19th, and it is Jazz at the Movies. Mike plays some of the music, and explains that this is not just a concert, because the

Arizona State Legislature

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Strengthen Background Checks For Nursing Care Facilities Workers

Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation that strengthens background checks for the individuals who want to work at Arizona’s nursing care facilities. The bill was among 19 bills signed into law by the Governor. “Our nursing homes and assisted living facilities deserve accountability and leadership from their supervisors,” said Governor Ducey. “SB 1242 accomplishes this.

Opinion

Opinion: Another Article V Controversy – Inside Sources

There has recently been some attention placed on the Equal Rights Amendment. There is another important Article V issue that may result in a Supreme Court case later in 2022.  While the ERA debate relates to state ratification of a congressionally proposed amendment, Article V of the Constitution also provides an alternative means to propose

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