March 23, 2022

Events

Local Conservatives to Host Republican Candidates

The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Republican candidates for Arizona Secretary of State, US Congress for CD2, and the Arizona State Senate for LD1, will speak at their upcoming meeting this  Saturday,  March 26, 2022,  in Chino Valley.  The meeting is free and open to the public but seating

Yavapai College

Yavapai College to Hold Public Forum for Campus Master Plan Development

Yavapai College will hold a public forum to receive community input for the development of its Campus Master Plan. The Campus Master Plan is a road map to help guide the next eight years of capital investments for college facilities. The Campus Master Plan will incorporate the College’s Strategic Plan to determine where and when

Special Olympics Arizona

Governor Ducey Announces Investment Of $1 Million To Special Olympics Arizona Healthy Athletes Program

Funding Will Expand Health Services To Arizonans With Disabilities Governor Doug Ducey today announced a $1 million investment in Special Olympics Arizona to improve the lives of Arizonans with intellectual disabilities. The investment will expand the Healthy Athletes program, which provides critical services including general and mental health, physical therapy, dental and vision. The funds are allocated from

Gas Prices

Los Angeles Becomes First Major U.S. City to Reach $6 Average Gas Price

Oil’s rise, refinery snags fuel the West Coast city’s prices to highest yet Los Angeles, today, became the first major city in the U.S. to reach an average gas price of $6 or more, according to GasBuddy, the leading fuel savings platform saving North American drivers the most money on gas. The national average gas

Opinion

Opinion: Predicting Extreme Weather on Earth Starts in Space – Inside Sources

Extreme weather events are becoming more common, and more concerning. In December, unusually warm weather produced the deadliest tornado outbreak ever seen for that time of year, with one supercell resulting in a “colossal tornado” that decimated communities across Arkansas and Kentucky.  And last year marked the third most active Atlantic hurricane season to date, bringing disastrous storms like Hurricane

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