June 15, 2022

Wildfires

Pipeline Fire and Haywire Fire Update

From Wednesday’s morning update: The Type 1 Great Basin Incident Management Team (IMT) 2 has arrived at the Pipeline and Haywire fires, and is shadowing the Type 2 California Interagency IMT 15. The Type 1 team will assume command of the incident 6 a.m. Thursday. The Pipeline Fire is currently 22,888 acres with 31% containment

Seniors

Touchmark completes memory care addition

Residents moving into two-story building offering 64 homes Touchmark at The Ranch has completed its new building specifically designed for those who will benefit from memory care or early dementia support. Residents of Prescott and the surrounding areas are invited to a grand opening on Tuesday, June 28. A ribbon-cutting ceremony with city officials and

City of Prescott

City of Prescott Launches “Prescott Minor Home Repair” Program

Funds will help with repairs under $5,000 Beginning June 14, 2022, Prescott residents can apply for minor home repair funds through the new Prescott Minor Home Repair Program (MHRP). The program was created to help individuals and families maintain safe and stable housing in the City. Prescott MHRP funding is made possible by the U.S.

USDA

‘USDA Now Biggest School Bully,’ Says Attorney General Mark Brnovich

Today, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich joined 25 other state attorneys general demanding President Biden stop the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) recent guidance, which attempts to make nutritional assistance for children dependent on the adoption of ridiculous school bathroom policies. “Students have always had to stand up to kids threatening to take their lunch money, but a federal government bully

Legal Beat

Advocates blast Supreme Court rulings denying bond hearings to migrants – Cronkite News

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that noncitizens being held for deportation are not entitled to a bond hearing after months in detention, decisions that advocates said could let the government keep migrants behind bars indefinitely. The ruling, in a pair of decisions, overturned lower courts that had ordered a bond hearing for one undocumented migrant

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