The contest to fill a vacant state legislative seat created by retiring Senate President Karen Fann is shaping up to be one of the most contentious races in the 2022 primary election. Three Prescott Republicans, former Secretary of State Ken Bennet (2009 -2015) and former State Representative Noel Campbell (2014-2020) faced off with newcomer and
April 16, 2022
Photo: 8 Ruby Tessman had three doubles in the game at Flagstaff Varsity Softball The Flagstaff Eagles edged the Prescott Badgers 5-4, in Flagstaff. The Badgers nipped the Eagles 2-1 earlier this week in Prescott. The game went down to the wire Friday afternoon as Flagstaff rallied from a 4-3 deficit with one run in
With the April 18th income tax deadline approaching, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is urging Arizona consumers to be aware of potential tax-related scams. “It’s sad, but crooks and con artists will say and do anything to rip you off, even stooping so low as to pretend to be with the IRS,” said Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
A country incapable of providing for itself isn’t much of a great power. To ensure America stays strong for generations to come, we need to bring production of goods essential to our national security back home. That starts with re-shoring rare earth manufacturing. For some, “industrial policy” is a dirty term associated with planned economies.
Commercial truckers were coping with longer-than-normal delays at the Nogales border crossing Thursday, as trucks trying to escape a logjam at the Texas border headed west to Arizona instead. And border and industry officials worried that the problem might get worse unless Texas Gov. Greg Abbott backs off a recently imposed truck inspection program, an
This week, America received news of yet another shocking inflation report: over the past 12 months, inflation has skyrocketed 8.5%, outpacing wage gains by 2.9%. That inflation has flooded every area of American life, from gas (up 48%) to airfare (24%) to furniture (16%) to milk (13%). Inflation is costing the average American family hundreds