Weather conditions caused extensive damage and washed out a section of the Senator Hwy (Forest Service Road 52) making it unsafe and impassable for low clearance vehicles. The washed-out section of Senator Highway begins just south of Forest Trail 281 (Venezia Site) and continues south towards Palace Station. There is no timeline for completion of
July 8, 2022
The Mayors of Chino Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, and Prescott Valley have confirmed their support of the Quad-Cities’ first annual Summer of Giving and Giving Competition with proclamations scheduled for this July and early August. The Summer of Giving starts July 12th and ends on September 22nd. Chino Valley issued its proclamation for the Summer of Giving
Governor Doug Ducey today (7/7/2022) signed the most expansive school choice legislation in the nation into law, ensuring kids and families in every corner of Arizona can access the education that best fits their needs. “This is a monumental moment for all of Arizona’s students. Our kids will no longer be locked in under-performing schools.
Keeping them away from your immediate vicinity is a top priority when it comes to the inevitable face-off between you and bugs. There are pesticides and bug traps, but these plants reduce the need for many chemicals around the patio. Plants are in the business of repelling insects as a natural way of defending themselves.
The three words that best describe the Supreme Court’s decisions this term are text, history and tradition. If that’s one word too many, try this: Originalism Rules! And that’s a good thing. The court considered several important constitutional cases this term. The split in most of these cases was six-to-three, with the “conservative” justices in
Voting rights advocates on Wednesday welcomed the Justice Department’s decision to sue over Arizona’s strict new voter ID law that federal officials called a “textbook violation of the National Voter Registration Act.” It’s just the latest legal challenge to election laws in Arizona, which have landed before the Supreme Court twice in recent years –