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Moonshine: 1 in 5 Arizonans made their own alcohol during the pandemic

39% did no prior research before doing so.  Alaska was the moonshine capital of America during the pandemic. One of the things many had in common over the past year was boredom during lockdown; no plans on the weekends, eventless evenings after work, and nearly everything had already been binge-watched on Netflix. Since many couldn’t

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Arizona Afghans relieved after Ducey’s refugee proposal, still worried

Phoenix resident Naqibullah “Nakib” Isaczai welcomed Gov. Doug Ducey’s announcement that Arizona will accept refugees fleeing the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan – but still worries that the U.S. response will be too little, too late. Like thousands now trying to flee, Isaczai worked as an interpreter for the U.S. Army before getting a Special Immigrant

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Governor Ducey Announces Nearly $65 Million To Expand Learning Programs

Investments In Literacy, Adult Education And Underserved Communities Governor Doug Ducey announced $64.9 million in state and federal funding for programs that improve K-12 literacy, support adult education and expand teacher professional development. “Educators, school leaders and families have worked tirelessly to keep Arizona students on track and prepare them for their next steps,” said Governor

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Arizona Budget Roadshow Comes to Prescott

The Arizona Budget Roadshow came to town yesterday, hosted by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce. Top state officials including Representative Regina Cobb (R-Kingman), Chair of the House Appropriations Committee, Senator David Gowan (R-Sierra Vista), Senate Appropriations Chair, and Matt Gress, Director of the Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning & Budgeting– three of the most knowledgeable state level officials on the

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Here is What it Will Cost You to Achieve 100% Clean Energy

From the Office of Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Several clean energy proposals are currently pending before the Arizona Corporation Commission. After several months, the Commission has received an independent analysis of at least two of these proposals: 100 percent zero-emission energy by 2050 and 80 percent clean energy by 2050. According to an independent analysis

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Half of Arizonans have suffered from ‘pandemic brain’, reveals survey

29% say boredom has been the overriding emotion during the pandemic.  Respondents believe ‘Gen Z’ has missed out the most during social isolation. Devoid of social interaction over the past year, many of us are well-acquainted with being bored at home. You’ve read every magazine and watched your entire Netflix list; started a garden (which

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