July 4, 2022

Buz Blog

Officer Down, Hearts Break – Buz Williams

We went to the Rodeo last Thursday, June 30, 2022. Quite appropriately, it was First Responder Night, honoring law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical providers. It was appropriate, because two days before, Yavapai County Sheriff Sergeant Richard Lopez, was killed in the line of duty in Cortes Lakes, Arizona. In a special ceremony prior to

The Betting Industry in the United States: A Look into the Arizona Market

Sports gambling has always been huge in the U.S. As long ago as Gladiator battles in the Coliseum, some people have always wanted in on who would emerge victorious. Hundreds of years later, gambling has morphed into an enormous industry. In 2019, the state of Nevada alone handled sports bets worth $5.32.  As the popularity

Events

City of Prescott 4th of July Fireworks Event Details

The City of Prescott will host their Independence Day Fireworks on Watson Lake on Monday, July 4.  The family-friendly event will begin at 3 p.m., with fireworks expected to take place around 9:00p.m.  Here are important event details. Street Closures Crews will begin closing off State Route 89 between the Willow Lake Road roundabout, and

Videocasts

Jeff Weninger, candidate for Arizona Treasurer

This was shot at a Meet & Greet in Dewey, Arizona, on June 26th, 2022. Mr. Weninger was speaking to a group of local Republicans and taking questions. Jeff discusses ESG credits, the PSPRS fund, and other issues. He says that Bank of America is the most anti-Second Amendment bank, yet the current treasurer just

Veterans

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Honor Veterans, Ease Burdens

Governor Doug Ducey on Friday, took action to continue honoring veterans, signing two bills to lower barriers for the women and men who have served our nation. The two bipartisan bills decrease the financial burden of licensing fees for veterans, building upon multiple veteran-focused bills signed into law this session. This includes a $10 million investment

Independence Day

2022’s Best & Worst Places to Celebrate 4th of July – Wallet Hub

With 84% of Americans planning to celebrate the 4th of July this year and collective food spending for the holiday to reach $7.7 billion, the personal-finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2022’s Best & Worst Places for 4th of July Celebrations, as well as interesting stats about the holiday in its 4th of July Facts

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