Wet to dry, clouds to sun, wet to step

The essential Thursday is another day of transition and improvement in the weather. We start with rain and thunderstorms, but will end up drier. We start with mostly cloudy skies, but gradually clearing will take over in the late afternoon. And we still have some sticky moisture in the air, …

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Joe Arpaio loses third bid back in City mayoral race

PHOENIX (AP) — Joe Arpaio, the 90-year-old former Arizona sheriff who was once a powerful figure in Republican politics but was ousted nearly six years ago amid frustration by his headline-grabbing tactics and legal troubles, was defeated Wednesday in a race for mayor of the affluent suburb where he has …

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Tucson Red Cross volunteers help Kentucky flood victims | Community

TUCSON (KVOA) – Hundreds of Red Cross volunteers, including some from here in southern Arizona, are on the ground in eastern Kentucky, trying to help flood victims rebuild their life. “Some places are just devastated as you go down the valleys with the streams,” said Red Cross volunteer Terry Parrott. …

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Takeaway: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad win | National government and new policies

By BRIAN SLODYSKO – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — After an uneven start, that of Donald Trump The election-year revenge tour succeeded in ousting Republican members of Congress, boosting Trump-backed “America First” candidates who pushed back against the establishment, and tightening his grip on the party. Meanwhile, Ron Johnson, the …

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Ahwatukee family feel uncertainty over blood shortage | Community orientation

Every three weeks, Adelyn Troutman goes to the hospital for a blood transfusion and each time her Ahwatukee family holds their breath. They never know if that blood will be available. The 6-year-old suffers from the rare Diamond Blackfan anemia, a condition that prevents her from developing her own red …

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Indian River Shores councilman steps down, replacement planned

INDIAN RIVER SHORES — Christian Hendricks has resigned after serving less than two years as Indian River Shores City Council Memberafter leaving the state. Hendricks, CPA and local realtor, was elected to a four-year term on city council in November 2020. He previously served as longtime chairman of the city’s …

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Dust advisory for South Phoenix, flash flooding for High Country, East Valley

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Storms are moving through parts of the valley this evening, with some areas receiving hail, heavy rain and wind. The southeast region of the valley is blowing dust, which is accumulating and heading west across the region. Showers and storms will continue, bringing gusty winds and …

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Corvallis Knights ruled out Ridgefield to close the regular season at Goss | Community

The Corvallis Knights closed their regular season home game on Saturday night with a 4-0 shutout of Ridgefield in front of a sold-out Fireworks Night crowd of 3,106 at Goss Stadium. The Knights (41-15, 39-14 West Coast League) tied the final series of the regular season at one game apiece …

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the former head of the federal government wants to abolish the national department of education

Because protecting private, for-profit education was what the Department of Education under Trump did (see Florida). X What if we gave teachers a fraction of the attention and support we give the police? How about 100,000 new teachers, with supports for community colleges and public schools to prepare and accelerate …

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Southern Utah town tries to make road safer for cyclists after deaths

The old Route 91 in Ivins will get an $8.9 million makeover. (Mark Eddington | The Salt Lake Tribune) Traffic volumes on the old Route 91 averaged 2,100 cars per day in 2019, the most recent numbers available. That’s more than three times the 660 cars per day in 2016. …

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Coconino County moves to low COVID community level | Local

SUN DAILY STAFF Coconino County moved to a low community level for COVID-19 the week ending July 30, according to the latest dashboard data report. The county’s case rate fell to 184.3 per 100,000 this week (263 new cases) from last week’s rate of 236.2 per 100,000 (337 total new …

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SUV Barrels Through Native American Parade; 15 injured – Boston News, Weather, Sports

A New Mexico man who was driving while intoxicated without a valid license drove through a parade celebrating Native American culture in the western part of the state, injuring at least 15 people, officials said Friday. Jeff Irving, 33, was arrested Thursday night and faces charges of aggravated drunk driving, …

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Pentagon Rejects DC’s Request for National Guard Migrant Aid | Government and politics

By LOLITA C. BALDOR – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon has rejected a request from the District of Columbia asking for help from the National Guard in what the mayor called a “growing humanitarian crisis” caused by thousands of migrants being bused into the city from two southern …

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Notice Board/Schedule – August 4 – PortageOnline.com

Wednesday August 3 Santa Clara Baseball League Portage 14 Feathers 10(Portage leads the last 3 points at 1 – race at 6) American AssociationWinnipeg 7 Sioux Falls 2 major league baseball American LeagueTampa Bay 3 Toronto 2Seattle 7 New York 3Minnesota 4 Detroit 1Baltimore 6 Texas 3Houston 6 Boston 1Chicago …

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Community comes together to fund low ropes course at nature center

Children play on the course at the Outdoorsy Kids Day Camp which took place July 11-14 at the Robert Williams Nature and Historical Learning Center, 10069 Atherton Rd. Photos provided DAVISON TWP. – There is a new low ropes course at the Robert Williams Nature and Historical Learning Center, 10069 …

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Pence touts Wisconsin GOP gubernatorial candidate Kleefisch | Government and politics

By SCOTT BAUER – Associated Press PEWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) – Former Vice President Mike Pence campaigned Wednesday with his Republican primary pick for Wisconsin governor on the battlefield, calling Rebecca Kleefisch a “proven conservative” as she takes on an opponent endorsed by Donald Trump. Trump plans to hold a Friday …

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Joe Arpaio follows his opponent in the race for mayor of a small town

PHOENIX (AP) — Joe Arpaio, the 90-year-old former Phoenix Metro sheriff who was ousted by voters frustrated with his headline-grabbing tactics and legal troubles, is following his opponent in the race for mayor of the affluent suburb where he lived for more than two decades. The six-term former Maricopa County …

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Pearl A. Johnson – West Central Tribune

Pearl A. Johnson, 94 of Willmar, died Monday August 1 at Bethesda Grand in Willmar. A funeral service will be held at noon on Monday, August 8 at Blomkest Baptist Cemetery near Blomkest. Visitation will begin at 12:30 p.m., followed by the memorial service at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, August …

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Arizona official refutes review that counted 282 dead voters | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Monday his investigators found only one dead voter after thoroughly reviewing findings from a partisan review of the 2020 election that found 282 ballots were reportedly cast in the name of a deceased person. …

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Housing Trust Group Opens First Affordable Housing Community in Illinois with Crescent Place Apartment Community

CHICAGO, IL – Housing Trust Group (HTG), one of the nation’s largest affordable housing developers, closed financing and opened Crescent Place, a new $18.2 million affordable housing community in Arlington Heights, Illinois – about 25 minutes north of Downtown Chicago. Crescent Place apartments will be reserved for income-eligible residents who …

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Mayor Goode talks about the city: Prescott Water Wells

The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. In his monthly “Talk of the Town” newsletter, Prescott Mayor Phil Goode addressed Prescott Water Wells concerns from early July. On July 8, the City of Prescott learned that recent test results revealed …

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Corvallis Knights push their winning streak to 13 games | Community

Corvallis Knights stayed hot as they beat Walla Walla Sweets 11-1 at Borleske Stadium to claim the series and extend their West Coast League winning streak to 13 games. Corvallis starting pitcher Cam Day of Utah pitched five scoreless innings while allowing just one hit and striking out five for …

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Loyalty to Trump defines Republican Senate primary in Arizona | Government and politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — An interviewer asked the Republican Senate candidate from Arizona Blake Masters choose a “subversive thinker” that people should know more about. The masters thought about it and came up with a risky answer for someone running for office. “I’m probably …

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UCLA study shows correlation between hot weather and workplace injuries

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) – Residents around the world are dealing with the scorching days of summer – some more than others. People in more populated urbanized areas live in “heat islands”. “The typical definition is local air temperatures that are warmer due to the built environment,” Assoc said. Professor at …

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Border town residents and migrants react to approval to close gaps in Yuma border wall

YUMA, AZ — The Biden administration has given U.S. Customs and Border Protection the go-ahead to close gaps near the Morelos Dam to protect migrants crossing. The ABC15 crew descended into the area where four holes will be closed, in front of the Morelos Dam, an area known to locals …

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Arizona Attorney General’s race wide open in GOP primaries | National government and new policies

By ANITA SNOW – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — The race for Arizona’s attorney general is wide open as Tuesday’s primaries approach, with six Republicans and just one Democrat eyeing a job that could have played an outsized role on issues like as abortion and the integrity of elections. Term …

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Fred Suppes – Detroit Lakes Tribune

“Fred” Marvin Frederick Suppes, 87 of Detroit Lakes, MN, died Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at Sanford Medical Center, Fargo, ND. Fred was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on March 15, 1935, to Frederick and Adela (Schwenzfeier) Suppes. He attended country school until eighth grade and graduated from Lancaster, MN, High …

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Volunteer for the City of Prescott Valley

Open the audio article player By Personal | on July 27, 2022 The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. The City of Prescott Valley is seeking candidates among city residents to serve on the Building Appeals Board and the Municipal …

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US government sued over Trump’s zero tolerance policy

Plaintiffs seek damages for ‘significant and lasting trauma’ caused to parents and children Thousands of families have been torn apart under the zero tolerance policy announced by the Trump administration in 2018. Under this policy, every migrant – including asylum seekers – attempting to cross the US border anywhere other …

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CRITTER CHATTER: Farmers in the region are contributing to the supply of much-needed milk

by Jayne Winters I wasn’t sure what this month’s article was about, but after just a few minutes of talking with Don, we agreed to thank some local farmers who recently helped out during a shortage of fresh milk for the fawns of this year. . When I visited Duck …

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Trump, Pence speeches highlight stark division in GOP – Boston News, Weather, Sports

WASHINGTON (AP) — The escalating rivalry between former President Donald Trump and his once fiercely loyal Vice President Mike Pence was on full display Tuesday as the two gave dueling speeches in Washington on the future of the Republican Party. Trump, in his first return to Washington since Democrat Joe …

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AZ Big Media Mesa mobile home community sells for $44 million

Northmarq Manufactured Homes Group announced the sale of Country Club Village, a 493-site mobile home community located at 2060 N. Center Street in Mesa, Arizona. The buyer was Havenpark Communities, LLC of Orem, Utah. Northmarq’s Phoenix team of Jared Bosch, Don Vedeen and Chris Michl and the Los Angeles team …

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GOP warms up to far-right gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania | Government and politics

By MARC LEVY – Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Republicans are bracing for Doug Mastriano. When he crushed a field of nine people to win the GOP nomination for Pennsylvania governor in May, some party members warned that Mastriano’s far-right views on everything from abortion to the 2020 presidential …

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Mapping Morenci seeks stories, family stories about the mining town

MORENCI — Two landscape architecture enthusiasts are asking for the public’s help to tell the story of Morenci. Mapping Morenci: A Creative Community Storytelling Workshop, will take place on Thursday, July 28 from 6-8:30 p.m.; and Saturday July 30, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; both at Clifton station. The …

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Ecosystems and extreme weather events

Conservation planners in the age of climate change attempt to model and predict the outcomes of mitigation strategies in the near and distant future. Global responses to the climate crisis have generally focused on how ecosystems will react to medium and long-term changes in global temperatures (warming oceans, rising sea …

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The University of Arizona offers students support and community with cultural and resource centers

The University of Arizona has several cultural centers and resources on campus to help students acclimate comfortably to their new surroundings. According to the Immigrant Student Resource Center website, these centers serve as a “home away from home” and celebrate the identities of AU’s diverse community. Asian-Pacific American Student Affairs, …

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To tackle the drug crisis, the government must secure the southern border

OOur country has used the COVID-19 pandemic to cripple our economy for a year and a half and demonize fellow citizens deemed non-compliant or insufficiently serious about the virus and the measures ordered to stop it. Even as vaccines became available and the virus became less severe and more contained, …

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Utah Town Hopes Green Hydrogen Will Create Jobs Lost to Coal Plant Shutdown

DELTA, Utah — The coal plant closes. In this small Utah town surrounded by cattle, alfalfa fields and brush-lined desert roads, hundreds of workers will be laid off over the next few years – victims of environmental regulations and competition from less energy sources. dear. Yet, opposite the coal heaps …

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Storm chances increase across Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Prepare for an active period of weather across Arizona with rain, wind, lightning and possible flooding ahead! Across the state, we are seeing isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms to start the day. A few places in the valley received measurable precipitation this morning. We are …

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The Starfire Center for Sobriety

The Starfire Center of Sobriety is certified with the Arizona Recovery Housing Association (AzRHA) and is in the process of obtaining a license from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS). Amenities include upscale community living in a safe and secure neighborhood. Queen size beds and private rooms are available …

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Portsmouth winning lottery ticket bought by woman in town for NASCAR

The odds of winning the Powerball and Mega Millions are NOT in your favor The odds of hitting the jackpot in Mega Millions or Powerball are approximately 1 in 292 million. Here are things you’re more likely to land than big bucks. Scott L. Hall, USA TODAY PORTSMOUTH — A …

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Irene Struxness Sawatzky – West Central Tribune

Irene Struxness Ulvilden Sawatzky, born September 26, 1924 to Julia and Edward Struxness in Nome, ND, died June 6, 2022 in Peoria, IL. Irene grew up in Belgrade, MN, graduating from Belgrade HS in 1942. In 1946, she earned a BA in English and Music from Luther College in Decorah, …

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Music in Wartime | Community

Ex-wife of Mar Vista volunteers with Ukrainian children For some, volunteering abroad is a unique experience. But for composer and music teacher Liz Shropshire, it’s her life’s calling. Shropshire, 60, formerly of Mar Vista, has dedicated her life to bringing the power and joy of music to children and young …

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Abortion rights group opposes efforts to reinstate Arizona ban | Government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — Planned Parenthood Arizona said in a legal filing Wednesday that courts must “harmonize” the state’s two different abortion laws after Attorney General Mark Brnovich ruled last week to reinstate a ban almost complete procedure dating back more than a century. On July 13, Brnovich asked a Tucson …

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Clarkdale welcomes The Invincible Grins to center stage at Town Park Concert Series

The invincible smiles (Courtesy/CP&RD) On Saturday, July 23, the Invincible Grins will perform an eclectic mix of rock ‘n’ roll at Clarkdale Town Park from 7-9 p.m. Arrive early to claim your perfect spot on the grass. “Clarkdale concerts in the park are seeing record attendance this year,” said Joni …

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Richard “Dick” Boie – West Central Tribune

Richard “Dick” Leroy Boie, 93, of Belgrade and Sun City West, Arizona, died Sunday, December 19, 2021 at the Belgrade Retirement Home. A celebration of his life will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday July 23, 2022 at the Grace Lutheran Church in Belgrade. Richard was born in Belgrade …

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The Grand Canyon Community Library is now open | Williams-Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Arizona – Following a major interior construction and expansion project, the Grand Canyon Community Library building is now open to the public Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The main goal of the recent construction project was to improve the library’s ability to offer additional …

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Yellen denounces China’s trade practices during his visit to South Korea | National government and new policies

By FATIMA HUSSEIN and HYUNG-JIN KIM – Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The United States and South Korea should deepen their trade relationship to avoid letting other countries use their market positions to unfair advantage, Treasury Secretary Janet said Tuesday. Yellen during a visit where she also urged …

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The city with the highest rent, in every state – 24/7 Wall St.

Median rents have hit record highs across the country, helped by inflation and pandemic-related shortages of housing and building materials. In many parts of the country, people who choose to rent may find it difficult to live up to conventional wisdom to reign this monthly rent must not exceed 30% …

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The internet responds to weather forecasts that look exactly like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

Mother nature is trolling us! The internet responds to weather forecasts that look exactly like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle The National Weather Service map looked jarringly like beloved comic book characters Stormy areas made yellow eyes, with dark green mask and status lines for teeth A bewildered Twitter user …

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Wildfire prompts about 20 evacuations in Arizona community

Big Sandy Fire: Wildfire prompts about 20 evacuations in Arizona community Wikiup, Arizona. – A fires forced the evacuation of about 20 people from the unincorporated Mohave County Wikieup community in the northwest Arizonaauthorities announced on July 17. Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management officials said the wildfire spread …

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The feds can’t force Tennessee and 19 other states to allow biological men to compete on women’s sports teams and use girls’ showers and locker rooms

Nashville-In a federal lawsuit filed by Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III and the attorneys general of 19 other states, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee barred the U.S. Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to enforce new, expanded and illegal advice on …

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COVID metrics plummet, Coconino County still at high community level | Local

Despite a drop in COVID-19, Coconino County remained at a high community level the week ending July 9, according to the latest Dashboard data report. Both community-level indicators fell this week but remained in the same categories. New COVID admissions per 100,000 are in the high category at a rate …

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Cirrus Aircraft Expands Duluth Headquarters – Duluth News Tribune

DULUTH — The 16,000 square foot expansion of the Duluth Cirrus paint and finish facility became fully operational Friday, July 15, bringing the entire center to 86,000 square feet. The additional space will allow for a 35% increase in aircraft spraying capacity. The facility is dedicated to finishing the final …

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AZ Big Media 3.32 acres of land in Tempe Town Lake sells for $33.75 million

3.32 acres of vacant land on the south side of Tempe Town Lake has been sold for $33.75 million, according to Vizzda. This equates to $10,165,663 per acre. The transaction – which closed on June 30 – was a related sale between two McBride Cohen Management Group entities. READ ALSO: …

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It’s up to us: City will foot public safety bill this time for Trump rally – Reuters

President Donald Trump, at a January 2021 event in Texas, will headline a political rally Saturday in the Prescott Valley. Officials there do not plan to charge the campaign for public safety costs — a move other cities have tried in the past without success. (Photo by Shealah Craighead/Trump White …

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Helen Skaar Spaulding – Pioneer of Bemidji

Helen was born May 27, 1925 in Crookston, MN to Lloyd Milton Swisdal and Ruth Lillith Stay. She was delivered at her grandmother’s house by a doctor. Helen lived and attended schools in the following areas, Calumet, Minnesota Kindergarten, Seattle, Washington, Grade 1 Crookston, Minnesota Grade 2 through Grade 9 …

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Tucson community members can tune in to learn more about groundwater cleanup

Members of the Tucson community can tune in to a Zoom call Thursday night to hear Department of Defense personnel talk about the future of groundwater cleanup. Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik said the situation was especially urgent now. Late last month, the Bureau of Reclamation told lower basin states, …

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Brnovich Asks Judge for Power to Criminally Charge Abortion Physicians | Government and politics

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is asking a Pima County judge to immediately restore his power and the power of local prosecutors to bring criminal charges against doctors who perform abortions. In legal documents filed Wednesday, Brnovich argues that the only reason the Arizona Court of Appeals barred enforcement of …

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HEALTH CARE NEWSLETTER: Abortion travel protections to get votes

On Thursday, Senate Democrats will try — and likely fail — to pass a bill that would prevent states from restricting women from traveling out of state to get abortions. Democratic leaders in both houses are pushing to vote on similar bills to ensure that anyone living in a state …

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Prescott will hold a town hall on City Wells water quality

The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. Mayor Phil Goode will host a meeting at City Hall to discuss recent city well water quality reports on Wednesday, July 13 at 1:30 p.m. at City Hall, 201 S. Cortez. This meeting …

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Federal Judge Blocks Arizona ‘Personality’ Abortion Law | NanaimoNewsNOW

At least in Pima County, where the 1901 law remains stalled, they could be legal, though Attorney General Mark Brnovich is considering asking a court to lift the order and allow it to be enforced. Rayes had refused to block the personality law last year, but abortion rights groups renewed …

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Another apartment community on the way to Melissa

Melissa landed another apartment development. The community north of McKinney has been one of the fastest growing single-family home markets in North Texas. And now apartment builders are flocking to the former railroad town on US Highway 75. The latest rental developer to target Melissa is Arizona-based Alliance Residential, one …

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The government is struggling to hire

Data: BLS via Julia Pollak, chief economist at ZipRecruiter; Graphic: Erin Davis/Axios Visuals “We’re losing staff and we’re unable to replace them,” a New Jersey teacher told Axios, helping explain what’s happening with the resumption of government jobs — she’s lagging behind. Driving the news: While the number of jobs …

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In Age of Transparency, Arizona Law Limits Police Shooting – Boston News, Weather, Sports

PHOENIX (AP) — The governor of Arizona has signed a law that restricts how the public can film police at a time when there is growing pressure across the United States for greater law enforcement transparency. order. Civil rights and media groups opposed the measure that Republican Gov. Doug Ducey …

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Game 87: Twins at Rangers

Television: Bally Sports North / ~ / Radio: TIBN Old friend, why are are you so shy? Well, Martin Perez hasn’t held back or hid from the spotlight this season, which will likely lead to his first-ever All-Star selection. The former Twin has a 165+ ERA in exactly 100 innings …

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$80 Million Event Center Proposed for City of Watertown | Company

WATERTOWN — After championing the project for 15 years, the efforts of City of Watertown Supervisor Joel R. Bartlett are paying off with a planned $80 million event center on Route 3. Mr. Bartlett and the Watertown Local Development Corp. work with OVG Facilities, a $10 billion worldwide sports facility …

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Coconino County Moves to High Community Level for COVID | Local

Coconino County has moved to a high community level for COVID-19, according to the latest dashboard data report. During the week ending July 2, one of the community-level indicators moved to the high category, which means that additional precautions are recommended. The county’s rate of new COVID admissions is now …

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Home Run Derby – MLB DFS Community Contest: Friday, July 8

Happy Friday, Grinders! From hot and humid Orlando, Florida, I bring you the Home Run Derby for a busy Friday night slate. The slate is loaded with lots of play and probably lots of heat. Tuesday night brought a decent amount of dingers with a few major picks having a …

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Juellie Charlene Nelson Reinke – Duluth News Tribune

Juellie Charlene Nelson Reinke, 96, of Duluth, MN passed away peacefully on July 3, 2022. Juellie was born in Duluth to Hans and Julia Nelson on April 2, 1926. Growing up she enjoyed many sports, but especially skating on ice and on wheels. She attended Duluth Central High School where …

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Resort town? – PHOENIX Magazine

Glendale will soon be home to Arizona’s largest hotel, the centerpiece of an oversized entertainment complex. A piece of agricultural land in Glendale, once slated for an IKEA, will be transformed next year into a resort and theme park built around a lagoon near State Farm Stadium. Construction of VAI …

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California firefighters are helped by favorable weather in the fight against wildfires

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Favorable weather early Wednesday helped fight a wildfire in California’s Gold Country that forced evacuations in two counties. The Electra Fire’s size remained unchanged at about 6.1 square miles and containment doubled to 10%, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection …

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News from those who serve 06/07/22 | Community

Service men and women Cody C. Alt, Sergeant, sergeant. United States Marine Corps Chief Motor Transport Maintenance, Combat Logistics Company 16, stationed in Yuma, Arizona. He is the son of Duane and Dawn Alt, and Carla Alt, all of Prairie du Sac. He graduated in 2004 from Sauk Prairie High …

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Feds suing Arizona over new election law

The US Department of Justice sued the state of Arizona on Tuesday over new voting rules that federal officials say violate civil rights laws. Signed into law by Gov. Doug Ducey earlier this year, Bill 2492 requires certain voters to submit proof of citizenship when registering to vote using a …

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Two dead after incident in Safford town center

Contributor photo: Police cordoned off the scene of a double homicide on Central Avenue in Safford on Monday morning. By Jon Johnson [email protected] SAFFORD – Two people were reportedly killed in Safford town center early Monday morning in a domestic situation that spread to a neighbour’s residence. The incident occurred …

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Kyrsten Sinema Challenger wants her to hold town hall

Democratic leaders were fired for doing little to push back the overthrow of Roe v. Wade, but a lot of their problems would be solved if two senators played ball. That pair are Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin, both of whom have long stood in the way of progress, refusing …

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Froma Harrop: Moral whites at the center of our government

Perhaps the most permanent image that emerged from Tuesday’s hearing on the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol was that of shaved Chief of Staff Mark Meadows rushing to help Donald Trump overthrow the United States government. What do you want sir ? Do you want me to call …

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Christine Hughes – Grand Forks Herald

Christine Hughes, 93, of Cavalier (and most recently Scottsdale, AZ) died June 25, 2022 at Belmont Village Senior Living Home with her daughter Cathy by her side. Christine Bjornson was born July 18, 1928 in Cavalier to Matthias and Gwen (Dinusson) Bjornson. She graduated from Cavalier High School in 1946 …

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