Prescott Valley Mayor Palguta, and council members Hunt, Hepperle, and Schumacher recently voted in favor to buy the old, dilapidated Coors property, off Highway 89A, for $3.2 million from Yavapai County.
Our community has rallied together to protect our natural resources when it came to Saving the Dells. This not only affected the residents and visitors who enjoy the great outdoors but it also affected our towns government leaders.
Last week, the Biden administration announced it will begin eight daily flights to return Haitian illegal immigrants from their makeshift shelters under Texas’ International Bridge.
More than 30 years ago, then-presidential candidate George H.W. Bush stood onstage at the Republican National Convention and famously promised, “Read my lips, no new taxes.” That promise may have won him the election, but it was also his undoing.
Last week, I stopped into a local home improvement store looking for some mums to brighten up the frazzled summer planters on our front porch. As I walked towards the garden center, I noticed the clearance patio furniture was mingling with ghoulish zombies and inflatable front lawn witches.
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Dear Jeff Bezos: Here’s what Amazon emailed me after a relatively small matter developed into a giant headache: “Your feedback is helping us build Earth’s Most Customer-Centric Company.”
The city’s survey of the public over how to utilize the old city hall building is over. The results show a majority of citizens want to see it developed into retail stores and/or restaurants.
As I sit here trying to imagine a Quad Cities without water – maybe not in my lifetime but someday, pundits say – I marvel at the theoretical water wars.
It is an assumption of “if you build it, they will come.”