Arizona National Guard

Events

Local Conservatives to Host US Senate Candidate Michael McGuire

The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR)  has announced that  U.S. Senate Candidate Michael “Mick”  McGuire will speak at their upcoming meeting this Saturday, July 24, 2021, in Chino Valley. The regular 11 am monthly meeting has been moved to 9 am to accommodate Mr. McGuire’s afternoon speaking engagement at the Trump rally

Politics

With Senate again up for grabs, 2022 already a multimillion-dollar race

Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly has a huge fundraising lead over potential challengers to his 2022 re-election bid, but analysts say that’s still no guarantee in a campaign where both parties are fighting to take control of an evenly divided Senate. Kelly, a Democrat, reported raising $10.4 million in the first six months of this year,

Border crisis

State Emergency Council Approves Nearly $2.8 Million For National Guard Border Mission

The State Emergency Council, convened by Governor Doug Ducey, voted to allocate up to $2,536,500 from the Governor’s Emergency Fund to help fund the Arizona National Guard border mission. The Council also approved an additional $200,000 for the Search and Rescue Fund to support county sheriffs. The funding will support the deployment of the Guard

COVID-19

Volunteers Drive Operations At State-Run Vaccination Sites

Governor Doug Ducey this morning thanked volunteers at the State Farm Stadium vaccination site and received a briefing from Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ during a tour of the 24/7 site. To date, 146,709 vaccine doses have been administered at the state-run State Farm Stadium site. Arizona’s vaccination site at Phoenix

State

Food banks receive government assistance to fill bellies during the holidays

At one point Tuesday, cars came through at a rate of one every minute, six lanes across, to get boxes and bags of turkeys, potatoes and canned food from St. Mary’s Food Bank. Members of the National Guard and volunteers in neon-orange vests, all wearing masks or bandannas, loaded up one car trunk after another

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