August 12, 2022

Border Wall

Governor Ducey Issues Executive Order To Fill Gaps in Border Wall

Innovative Barrier Mission Allocates Resources To Hard-Hit Yuma Governor Doug Ducey today issued an Executive Order directing the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs to immediately fill the gaps in the Yuma border wall. “Arizona has had enough,” said Governor Ducey. “We can’t wait any longer. The Biden administration’s lack of urgency on border


Wranglers Looking To Complete Goal – IFL National Championship Game

Photo: 9 JaQuan Artis and company will be challenged by a very good Quad City offense Quad City Steamwheelers  vs. Northern Arizona Wranglers Dollar Loan Center (5567 capacity) Henderson, Nevada Saturday, August 13, 5:05 pm Pacific Time   TV: KAZT-TV, IFL YouTube Channel This game will be the first ever meeting between the two teams, and

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Refreshing Poolside Landscapes for The Perfect Patio – Ken Lain

There are as many ways to landscape around the pool as possible styles and shapes of pools. Formal styles show off the pool as part of your home’s architecture. Whatever your style, you need non-messy plants that are low maintenance without dropping a lot of leaves in and around the patio deck. When selecting trees


Opinion: Stop Funding the Government Through Fines and Fees – Inside Sources

While inflation drives the cost of food, rent and gasoline higher and higher, elected officials should take every step possible to help lighten the load for working-class families. While many policy levers exist in Washington, local leaders have a critical opportunity to help those who need it the most by eliminating costly fees in the


3D printing and foam: Arizona organizations make homes more sustainable – Cronkite News

Amid global climate change and a chronic shortage of affordable housing, local construction companies and nonprofits are taking innovative steps to make homes more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable. Strata International Group, headquartered in Phoenix, has made a name by building homes out of foam and concrete, and Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona has successfully