Location: 10 miles of Prescott-Bradshaw Ranger District (T12N, R2W, SEC 12), near Mt Union. Start Date: April 18, 2022 Size: Approximately 500 acres Percent Contained: 0% Cause: Under Investigation Vegetation: Brush, Ponderosa Pine, and Mixed Conifer InciWeb: Crooks Fire Information – InciWeb the Incident Information System (nwcg.gov) Summary: At approximately 10:00 AM on Monday, April 18, 2022, resources from Prescott National Forest
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Photo: 52 Darin Hungerford applies the pressure on Vegas quarterback Jaylon Henderson Mercado Anderson’s two pass interceptions in the fourth quarter keyed the Northern Arizona Wranglers to a 30-20 win over the Vegas Knight Hawks, in Prescott Valley on Saturday night. Anderson’s first interception was a pick six with just over thirteen minutes left, and
Earlier this week I joined the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on an inspection trip to our under-siege southern border, from California to Yuma. I joined Ranking Member James Comer (R-KY), Representatives Yvette Herrell (R-N.M.), Glenn Grothman (R-WI), Pete Sessions (R-TX), and Byron Donalds (R-FL) and staff for the House Committee border trip. We
How a coffee company and a marketing maven brewed up a Passover tradition: A brief history of the Maxwell House Haggadah
A Jewish family welcomes home their Navy man and gathers for a Passover Seder at their home in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1943. Minnesota Historical Society/CORBIS/Corbis Historical via Getty Images Kerri Steinberg, Otis College of Art and Design For more than a millennium, the haggadah has been the centerpiece of the Jewish holiday of Passover.
For years, the political class and some in the media have convinced themselves that Latinos are a monolithic voting bloc. Both political parties have bought into this narrative. One side takes the community for granted, the other thinks Latinos are a lost cause. But not everyone is convinced, including many Latinos who have never voted,
Atmospheric dust plays a key role in Earth’s climate system. While it can have a positive impact, such as fertilizing the soils, dust can also have a negative impact on our planet’s ecosystems, affecting everything from the weather to global warming. For example, in the Four Corners region—which includes portions of Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New