While I know budgets are not the sexiest of topics (kinda like watching paint dry), you have to admit the Arizona legislature and governor have quite the challenge this year.
Three trends are on an apparent upswing. The first two, most everyone sees or hears: robo calls and scams. They can go hand in hand.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce heralded the 45th anniversary of its incorporation, as well as the foundation the Fain Family provided for the town, with the Ranch to Table event Thursday, May 9, 2019, at The Event Spot in Prescott Valley.
WEATHER — It has been a strange week, or I should say, a strange month of May, so far. Rain, hail, thunderstorms — it’s all a little out of the ordinary for a time of year when we expect fire restrictions to kick in at any moment.
With all of the news about people coming into the United States illegally, the border wall projected to cost billions of dollars, and flawed detention centers for families — something is not adding up.
WHISKEY – I admit I do not drink, but it is confounding when people complain about our community events – last weekend’s Whiskey Off-Road mountain biking and this weekend’s Whiskey Row Marathon – being a bad influence.
This week, Kelli Ward, the head of the Arizona Republican Party, sought to rally GOP lawmakers to allow on the 2020 ballot a plan to boost the state sales tax for education.