July 28, 2022

Events

Wet & Wild Day is Back! – Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary

“Wet & Wild Water Day” is the best way to cool off in the summer! Join us on Saturday, August 20th from 9am-5pm. Festivities include water games, a water slide, Kiwanis sprinkler area, special animal feedings, concessions and much more! This event has grown to become one of the most popular events of the year. All

Housing

LEGADO Brings Desired Housing & Retail to Downtown Prescott Valley

Fain Signature Group announced the groundbreaking of LEGADO, a 329-unit multifamily housing project scheduled to open for residents beginning in 2024. Since unanimously being approved by the Town of Prescott Valley, the Fain Signature Group has been finalizing this mixed-use multi-family apartment project.  The first of its kind for the downtown area, LEGADO will be

Opinion

Opinion: Education Choice is Benefiting Rural Arizona – Dr. Matthew Ladner

Since 1994, Arizona’s public charter schools have allowed educators to create their own vision of K-12 education and families all across the state – including in rural communities – the opportunity to choose the education that best meets their needs. According to the 2020 U.S. Census, out of Arizona’s total population of over 7 million

Travel Troubleshooter

My Turo rental was repossessed with valuable items inside – Christopher Elliott

When Michelle Marshall’s Turo rental gets repossessed, the car-sharing company offers her a partial refund. But what about her son’s expensive epilepsy medication? Is Turo responsible for that? Q: I rented a car from Turo in Baltimore recently. My family met our host at Baltimore/Washington International Airport, and he gave us the keys to the

Opinion

Opinion: Flashpoints of Potential Escalation in the Ukraine War – Inside Sources

From the American constitutional experiment in 1788 to World War I, the United States strenuously avoided being dragged into Europe’s conflicts. However, after the second and even more cataclysmic European war, caused in part by the first conflagration and America’s entry into it, the United States jumped into European affairs with both feet. Intoxicated with

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