Opinion: The military doesn’t need diversity, equity and inclusion – Rich Lowry

House Republicans voted to end diversity, equity and inclusion programs and personnel at the Pentagon, and one wonders whether the U.S. military will ever be the same. The provision was one of a number of anti-“woke” measures in the House-passed National Defense Authorization Act — including reversing the Pentagon’s new abortion-enabling paid travel and leave


Arizona unveils new Alice Cooper license plates – The Center Square

Arizona drivers now have the chance to trade out their cacti and mountains for the godfather of shock rock. The Arizona Department of Transportation released the final designs for their specialty plate benefitting Arizona-based rock legend Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers. The Phoenix and Mesa-based nonprofits help teens and young adults aged 12-20 grow


Upcoming Derby-Themed Gala Aims to Raise Awareness and Funds for Local Foster Youth

Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation (YC4KF) Is thrilled to announce its 8th annual gala for foster children, Champion for Children: A Triple Crown Affair, on June 11th from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM at the Sam Hill Warehouse in Prescott. “The event is going to be epic!” Mona Stephens, Development Director at YC4KF exclaimed.” It’s


Governor Ducey Announces $3.5 Million To Assist Arizonans, Small Businesses

Programs To Support Continued Economic Growth, Financial Recovery As State Emerges From Pandemic Governor Doug Ducey  announced $3,575,000 to support programs that help Arizonans and small businesses recover financially from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This past year has brought extraordinary challenges on Arizonans and businesses across the state, and we are committed to

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