June 29, 2022

Arizona Politics

Trump endorses GOP rival to Jan. 6 witness Rusty Bowers – Associated Press

Photo: Republican state Sen. David Farnsworth urges members to reject a move to adjourn the legislative session as GOP Sen. Vince Leach looks on Donald Trump on Wednesday endorsed the Republican running against Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers, who last week gave powerful testimony to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection. Bowers, who

Prescott National Forest

Visitors Asked to Stay on Existing Trails and Help Prevent Damage to Trails During the Monsoon Season – Prescott National Forest

Fire breaks were recently constructed in the area of Spence Basin and Highland Pines by Prescott National Forest fire crews and may resemble new trail construction. These fire breaks, or handline, were constructed to serve as a crucial component of prescribed fire implementation and are used as control features on prescribed fires. These fire breaks

Sports

Wranglers Rally In Final Minutes To Win 49-41 – Ron Williams

Photo: Darrin Hungerford brings down Duke City quarterback Ramone Atkins The Northern Arizona Wranglers rallied from a 15 point deficit, scoring 23 straight points in the final eight minutes to beat a shocked Duke City Gladiator team, 49-41 at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. The win keeps the Wranglers a half game up

Budget

Securing Arizona’s Future: Governor Ducey Signs Fiscal Year 2023 Budget

Governor, Legislature make historic investments in education, border security, infrastructure Governor Doug Ducey signed the Fiscal Year 2023 budget, a responsible package that pays down debt, secures our future and lays the foundation for even more growth — all while investing in the areas that matter most to Arizonans. “This landmark, bipartisan budget makes historic

Abortion

Arizona providers, regulators can’t agree on abortion law after Dobbs – Cronkite News

Photo: Abortion opponents argue that a 1901 law criminalizing abortion in Arizona is back in effect, now that abortion is no longer recognized as a constitutional right. But abortion-rights advocates say it will require legal action to restore that law. (Photo by Daisy Gonzalez-Perez/Cronkite News) The Supreme Court decision Friday to eliminate a constitutional right

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