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Non-profits

Sparklight® Opens Applications for Charitable Giving Fund to Support Nonprofit Organizations

Applications are now open for the Sparklight® Charitable Giving Fund, which will annually award $200,000 in grants to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. “We are committed to connecting customers in the cities and towns we serve to what matters most,” said Julie Laulis, President and CEO. “Through our philanthropic initiatives and partnerships, we provide support for nonprofit organizations to build strong

Local

43rd annual Prescott Valley Days Parade will take place on Saturday, May 8 at 9 a.m.

Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club now taking applications Calling all superheroes, Marvel comic characters, prince and princesses, lords and ladies…The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club is now taking applications for the 43rd annual Prescott Valley Days parade to be held on Saturday, May 8.  The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club has been

Technology

BREAKING: 69% of AZ Voters Support App Fairness Bill HB 2005

Data Orbital is pleased to announce the results of its latest statewide, live-caller survey of registered voters. The survey was conducted from March 11th to 12th. The survey focused on voters’ views of Big Tech and sought to gauge their desire for increased regulation and support for or opposition to HB 2005. Concerns over Big

Local

City Seeks Applications for Council Vacancy

In an earlier release, Councilwoman Billie Orr announced her resignation from Prescott City Council effective January 19, 2021. At their Voting Meeting on January 12, Prescott City Council voted to accept applications to fill the vacancy through the November 2023 Election. Applicants must have been a registered voter in the City of Prescott for at

COVID-19

Can Employers Demand Proof of COVID Vaccinations?

Will the new COVID-19 vaccines be added to the list of mandatory inoculations for school kids? Can employers require their employees to prove they’ve been vaccinated?  Can a business refuse to serve customers who’ve refused the vaccine? Those are questions federal and state regulators will be facing as more Americans have access to vaccines, creating

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