March 4, 2023

Prescribed Burns

Prescribed Fire Planned on the Chino Valley Ranger District – Prescott National Forest

Fire Managers on the Chino Valley Ranger District plan to conduct several prescribed fire operations in the Chino Landscape Restoration Project area at multiple locations next week (see map). Ignitions are planned to start Monday March 6, 2023, and continue through Sunday March 12, 2023, pending suitable conditions. This project is part of the Chino Landscape Restoration where fire crews plan


The Yavapai County Republican Women is bringing another “Great Speaker Event” on March 27, 2023

The Yavapai County Republican Women (YCRW) presents another exceptional informative and fun evening event featuring guest speaker- Kim Owens who is the Executive Director of Dodie Londen. Dodie Londen is an Elite Leadership Program. Every year candidates are chosen from an extremely competitive field of highly qualified applicants. This year 10 women will be offered placement into the 2023


Municipal food tax ban closer to reality in Arizona – The Center Square

Arizona families could soon be saving money on their groceries. An amended form of SB 1063, a bill eliminating municipal food taxes, passed in the Arizona Senate on Feb. 27 and has moved onto the House for discussion. The bill is sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Sonny Borelli, R-Lake Havasu. The state eliminated the food sales

Ukraine Invasion

War in Ukraine Update: Russian Forces Tighten Noose on Bakhmut – Inside Sources

Photo: Soldier at the Battle of Bakhmut, November 2022. The following is the latest weekly update on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, written by John Hardie, deputy director of the Russia Program at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Bakhmut Under Seige The situation in Bakhmut is “extremely tense,” Colonel-General Oleksandr Syrsky, commander of Ukraine’s

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