Photo: A man cooks food on a potbelly stove on the stairs entrance of an apartment building in Lyman, Donetsk region, Ukraine When the power is out, as it so often is, the high-rise apartment overlooking Ukraine’s war-torn capital feels like a deathtrap. No lights, no water, no way to cook food. And the risk
Repotting is an essential part of healthy houseplants. Signs you need to repot your plant are: Roots protrude from the bottom of the pot. The plant stops growing or becomes limp. The plant is root-bound or pot-bound. Most houseplants like to be tight in their container. These plants are found in tropical jungles and used
Governor Ducey signed 387 bills during the second session of Arizona’s 55th Legislature, capping eight successful years of collaboration with lawmakers to position our fast-growing state as a land of opportunity. The bills – which prioritized K-12 education, public safety, water security, infrastructure, veterans, health care and more – go into effect Saturday, September 24.
On July 8, Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson of the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) was appointed Co-Vice Chair of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Committee on Water. NARUC is a national association of state utility commissioners, such as those serving on the ACC. The Water Committee brings together state utility commissioners, water service
Eagles Take Ride of a Lifetime Aboard NASA’s Flying Observatory – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
Photo: Dr. Noel Richardson and students Alexis Lane, Marina Beltran and Teagan Laws prepare for flight aboard NASA’s flying observatory. (Photo: Embry-Riddle) Students from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University recently had the rare opportunity to travel aboard the world’s largest flying observatory, NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). They conducted hands-on research, glimpsed the aurora borealis and
With an increase in fire activity on the Crooks Fire resulting in a visible column from Prescott and nearby communities, Kyle Jacobson gives a brief update. Kyle is the Operations Section Chief with California Interagency Incident Management Team 4 and helps develop the strategies and tactics utilized in our effort to contain the Crooks Fire