U.S. Vets in Prescott Celebrates 20th Anniversary and Mayor Goode Issues a Proclamation

Photo: U.S. Vets staff with Prescott Mayor Phil Goode U.S.VETS- Prescott is celebrating its 20th Anniversary serving veterans experiencing homelessness or at-risk of becoming homelessness. U.S.VETS was presented with a proclamation acknowledging our 20 years of service to this community. City of Prescott Mayor Phil Goode, proudly read the proclamation and the hard-working U.S. VETS


California storms persist with deluges, mudslide threats – Associated Press

Flooding from huge amounts of rain are seen in a neighborhood off of Holohan Road near Watsonville, Calif. on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.(Brontë Wittpenn/San Francisco Chronicle via AP) California saw little relief from drenching rains Tuesday as the latest in a relentless string of storms swamped roads, turned rivers into gushing flood zones and forced

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What takes years and costs $20K? A San Francisco trash can – Associated Press

Photo: A prototype trash can called Salt and Pepper is seen near the Embarcadero in San Francisco  What takes four years to make and costs more than $20,000? A trash can in San Francisco. That costly, boxy bin is among six trash cans hitting San Francisco’s streets this summer in the city’s long saga in


Governor Earmarks $2.4 Million in Support of U.S. VETS Project to Provide Affordable Veteran Housing at VA Fort Whipple Campus

U.S. VETS announced it will receive $2.4 million in new funding for its supportive housing project at Fort Whipple to assist homeless veterans. Sponsored by Rep. Quang Nguyen, the appropriation is part of Governor Ducey’s new state budget. “This investment demonstrates that Representative Nguyen recognizes the urgency of our need to help our veterans, who have


Sweltering streets: Hundreds of homeless die in extreme heat – Associated Press

Photo: Jim Baker, left, who oversees the dining room for the St. Vincent de Paul charity, talks with a homeless person about getting services in Phoenix Hundreds of blue, green and grey tents are pitched under the sun’s searing rays in downtown Phoenix, a jumble of flimsy canvas and plastic along dusty sidewalks. Here, in