Monthly Archives: April 2022

Allister Adel, former Maricopa County prosecutor, dies at 45 | National government and new policies

PA PHOENIX (AP) — Former Maricopa County District Attorney Allister Adel, who recently resigned amid controversy over his performance in office, died Saturday of unspecified health complications, his family said. She was 45 years old. Adel’s husband, David DeNitto, said in a statement released on behalf of the family that …

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Dallas title city? Michael Irvin predicts Mavs and Cowboys championships

The Dallas Mavericks earned an impressive first-round playoff victory over the Utah Jazz – qualifying them for the Western Conference Semifinals. Next up will be a game with the Phoenix Suns, who just came out of the 2021 NBA Finals. Perhaps the pinnacle of the Mavericks’ performance in their first-round …

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Hawaii City named best place in the world for stargazing

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Ever wondered where the best places for stargazing are? A new study has listed the best places for stargazing around the world and Hawaii has received the top spot. The study made by Lensstore vision center collected data on five parameters for 29 different locations to determine …

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Slog AM: Ann Davison wants to kick people out of community court, local dad sues city for pepper spraying child, and don’t forget your ID on the streetcar – Slog

Maybe rehab isn’t for everyone? What are you doing there, Ann? In case you missed it, Republican and gremlin City Attorney Ann Davison went from abolition curious to prison queen with breakneck speed. I know, just a little while ago, Davison was copying NTK’s homework, tossing a bunch of misdemeanors …

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UPDATES: Coronavirus developments in the Tucson area, April 29: What we know | Government and politics

Arizona Daily Star As the spread of the coronavirus continues, here are the latest updates from Southern Arizona. Limitation of emergency powers for future governors awaits Ducey’s signature Arizona coronavirus cases, mapped by county: April 27 People also read… Arizona lawmakers approve religious freedom bill despite discrimination concerns Arizona coronavirus …

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Bowling Ray Holm – Pine and Lakes Echo Journal

Keel Ray Holm, 53, was unexpectedly called to his heavenly home on April 15, 2022 in Kingman, Arizona. Keel was born on April 7, 1969 to Loren and Margit (Dorner) Holm in Buffalo, Wyoming. Keel graduated from Backus High School, Backus, MN in 1987. At the time of his death, …

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Bascom Group continues acquisitions in Houston and acquires another 150-unit apartment community

IRVINE, Calif., April 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Bascom Group, LLC (“Bascom”) continued its acquisition campaign by Texas the acquisition of a residence of 150 apartments in Houstonmarking their fourth Houston Acquisition in nearly 12 months. Windwater at Windmill Lakes is a 150 unit community, built in 1999 and located …

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Wisconsin Election Inquiry May or May Not Be Over | Government and politics

By SCOTT BAUER – Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) – One of some reviews of the 2020 elections pushed by Republicans may be coming to an end in Wisconsin — or not. A special investigator The taxpayer-funded contract to review President Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state is due …

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“The greenhouse must respond to weather conditions that change all the time”

The next time you sit down to a crisp green salad, take some time to think about where your leafy greens are coming from. Traditional agriculture is highly dependent on weather conditions, and many growers of high-value crops are switching from open-field production to controlled-environment agriculture. This is where Marc …

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Southern Arizona group is building a community for LGBTQ seniors | Local News

Diana Ramos for the Arizona Daily Star Seniors in the LGBTQ community are more likely than other seniors to experience isolation, advocates say. They are four times less likely to have children, twice as likely to live alone and twice as likely to be single, according to a 2011 National …

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A home in Arizona’s wealthiest city sells for a record $21 million

6015 East Cameldale Way (Zillow, iStock) A four-bedroom home in Paradise Valley, Arizona, has sold for $21 million, a record sum for the suburb of Phoenix, which boasts of richest zip code. The 13,000 square foot home, which sits on 4.3 acres at 6015 East Cameldale Way, was asking for …

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Public spending is out of control

COURTESY IMAGE purely political, By James Buckley It should be clear by now that the so-called “national debt” – $31.4 trillion at yesterday’s count, but who’s counting? Certainly no one in government – will ever be reimbursed or reduced in any real way. Overspending has been a way of life …

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Feds: Starbucks engaged in unfair labor practices in Phoenix – Boston News, Weather, Sports

PHOENIX (AP) — Federal labor officials have asked a judge to force Starbucks Corp. to reinstate three union activists at its Phoenix site, alleging the coffee giant was engaging in unfair labor practices, documents show. The Phoenix regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, in a Friday filing in …

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Huge Planned Rental Home Community North of Tucson | Business

As home prices continue to climb and mortgage rates begin to rise, many potential buyers are giving up on property hunting. Unable to compete with investors — who often offer more than the asking price for a home in cash — traditional buyers are looking for single-family homes to rent. …

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Widespread danger of severe weather is predicted for the central United States

According to AccuWeather meteorologists, a powerful storm will sweep from the Rocky Mountains to the Canadian border on Friday and continue over the central United States on Saturday. Extreme weather conditions will put many major cities in the Midwest at risk. The storm’s huge circulation will pull warm, moist air …

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Live Blog: Harvey-Pinard joins Canadiens roster against Flyers

Breadcrumb Links Sports Rafaël Harvey-Pinard is the Laval Rocket’s leading scorer in the AHL with 51 points in 64 games. Author of the article: Erik Leijon • Montreal Gazette Special Publication date : April 21, 2022 • 13 minutes ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation Montreal Canadiens …

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The homes of Sister Wives stars in Arizona are in danger as a wildfire tears through the town just 22 km from lavish properties

The Arizona homes of SISTER Wives stars Kody, Robyn and Meri Brown are in danger as a wildfire ravages the town just 14 miles from their lavish properties. Kody53, and Robyne43, lives in an $890,000 mansion in Flagstaff, Arizona, while Meri, 51, rents a $1 million home near her husband …

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FAA failure to notify Capitol of parachute stunt led to alert | National government and new policies

By MICHAEL BALSAMO and ZEKE MILLER – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Aviation Administration says he is looking into a communications breakdown that led police to believe a plane carrying military paratroopers for a stunt at a baseball stadium was “a likely threat”, prompting an emergency alert and …

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Arizona wildfire doubles in size near College Town

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — High winds tore up a towering wall of flames outside a northern Arizona tourist town on Tuesday, tearing apart two dozen structures and sending residents of more than 700 homes rushing to flee. Flames reaching 100 feet (30 meters) swept through an area of ​​scattered homes, …

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The Cats take on the elements on day two of the Pac-12 Championships

History links TUCSON, Ariz. – Bad weather delayed the start of the second round of the Pac-12 Championships as Arizona Women’s Golf held three separate warm-ups before starting late in the afternoon. The Wildcat duo of Gile Bite Starkute and Caroline Melgrati carded even rounds …

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Cash-strapped Arizona lawmakers seek options to resolve budget stalemate | National government and new policies

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is teeming with cash, but lawmakers have been at an impasse over the state’s budget for the coming year for weeks and are now looking for unusual solutions to try to break the impasse. . Republicans who hold only one …

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The White Sox hope the bats are hotter than the weather

The White Sox took two of three from the Rays and managed to win the series despite posting nine points in three games. “We’ve swung the bat well, but not to our potential yet,” the designated hitter said. Gavin leaves, who homered in the ninth inning on Sunday. “I think …

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Ardmore’s Mitchell takes his talents to Pratt Community College

Handsome Bearden Armoreite Aalicia Arizona Mitchell is no stranger to the soccer field where she has spent countless hours training and playing the game she loves. However, the Ardmore High School senior was unsure about continuing her college career. That uncertainty disappeared Thursday when Mitchell signed to Pratt Community College …

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Texts Show Utah Senator Lee’s Early Work to Cancel Election | United States government and politics

PA SALT LAKE CITY, AP — Utah Sen. Mike Lee worked on early efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, helping advance legally dodgy plans to keep President Donald Trump in power, before to change course and reverse quickly. His efforts, revealed in text messages obtained by the House panel …

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Painting the City Gruene: Artists Take to the Streets to Capture Scenes | Community Alert

Wearing a denim blue apron, Sherry Wooley stands in front of The Pomegranate storefront in historic Gruene. She studies the lines of its rusty reddish-brown tin roof as the afternoon sun begins to creep up the building. She slowly loses the shadows that the light had cast on her initial …

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Why planes can’t fly in very hot weather

A SUMMER heat wave is a welcome arrival for vacationers – but it may not be good news if you plan to fly. A pilot has revealed that hot weather can cause flights to be canceled in extreme cases. 2 A pilot explained how extreme heat can impact the air …

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2 Mohave Community College employees invited to speak at state conference | Kingman Miner Daily

MOHAVE COUNTY — Mohave Community College was represented at the annual Arizona Women in Higher Education Conference by trustees Bethany Siehr and Tonya Jackson. According to an MCC press release, Siehr and Jackson presented on Friday, April 8, the transition of staff and faculty to administrative roles. Siehr is responsible …

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Nevada Panel Supports Funding to Expand Sisolak Security Team | United States government and politics

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A state panel has approved an agency’s request for funding to expand Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s security team. Tuesday’s review board vote forwards the Department of Public Safety’s $373,051 request to the Legislature’s interim finance committee, on Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The department wants to expand …

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Cavco Industries Wins Inaugural MHI Community Impact Award

PHOENIX, April 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cavco Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: CVCO) (“Cavco” or the “Company”) today announced that the Company has won the inaugural Community Impact Project Award from the ‘year’ (2022) for its Five Points Neighborhood Initiative in Martinsville, Virginia, where its Nationwide Homes brand is based. This …

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Legislature Set to Add New Teacher Certification Pathways | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona legislature may soon approve changes to the teacher certification process designed to address a shortage of classroom instructors by allowing more people without regular teacher training to lead a class. The Republican-backed proposal has already passed the Senate and received initial approval after vigorous debate …

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Edinburgh Crime: Climate activists deflate tires in Edinburgh’s New Town, claiming SUVs are ‘luxury emissions’ flaunted by the wealthy

The group, the Tire Extinguishers, say SUVs are a ‘climate disaster’ that cause air pollution and make our roads unsafe, calling them unnecessary ‘luxury emissions’ that are flaunted by the wealthy. They rammed a number of vehicles in the New Town on Sunday night, deflating tires and leaving branded leaflets …

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A possible afternoon storm on Monday – Midweek plethora of weather

A few showers or thunderstorms possible Monday As we watch the system that brought parts of the state rain and snow Sunday starting Sunday evening (but will still bring early morning snow Monday into the arrowhead), we will see showers Monday afternoon (maybe a rumble of thunder?) cross across the …

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Experts: Asian Population Overcount Masks Community Nuances | Arizona News

By TERRY TANG and MIKE SCHNEIDER, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Jennifer Chau was stunned last month when the U.S. Census Bureau’s bulletin on how accurately it counted the U.S. population in 2020 showed Asians were overcounted by the highest rate of any race or ethnic groups. The director of …

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Colorado Republicans back election denier for Senate primary | United States government and politics

By NICHOLAS RICCARDI – Associated Press COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Republicans in Colorado voted on Saturday to put on their U.S. Senate primary ballot a state representative who attended the Jan. 6 rally that preceded the attack on the U.S. Capitol and who supports former President Donald Trump’s lies …

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Old Town shooting suspect to stand trial, judge says

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — A judge determined Friday at Keshawn Dawson’s preliminary hearing that there was enough evidence to stand trial for murder. Dawson is charged with killing one person and injuring six others in a shootout at the Enigma Club & Lounge. He pleaded not guilty to nine counts …

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The Community Health Worker program seeks to serve individuals | News

The La Paz County Health Department has launched a new program, Community Health Worker Program (CHW). The program was officially announced to La Paz County Supervisors at their March 21 meeting. The program grew out of the Ministry of Health’s response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Its goal is to …

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Truth Social CEO, seemingly haunted by Trump, calls Twitter a ‘ghost town’ | app

They might want to rethink the name. Devin Nunes took to Fox Business on Thursday to argue that Truth Social — the struggling social media platform launched by former President Donald Trump and run by Nunes — is giving Twitter a run for its money. The explanation given by the …

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Judy Bush – Brainerd Dispatch

Judy Bush, 77, passed away peacefully at Edgewood Vista in Baxter on April 1, 2022. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, April 11, 2022 at Park United Methodist Church in Brainerd, with visitation one hour prior. A lunch will be offered afterwards. Interment will be in Baxter …

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Mary Cook Associates completes interiors of 826-bed CANVAS student housing community near Arizona State University campus

CHICAGO, IL – Chicago-based Mary Cook Associates (MCA), an award-winning national commercial interior design firm, announces that it has completed the interiors of CANVAS, an 826-bed off-campus student housing community that opened opened in August 2021 in Tempe, Arizona, near Arizona State University, and released images of the project for …

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GSA Leads the Way for National Carbon Standards in Building Materials

On March 30, 2022, the General Services Administration (“GSA”) announcement the first-ever national standards for “clean” concrete and asphalt that apply to all new GSA-funded projects using more than 10 cubic yards of concrete or asphalt. Acting pursuant to guidelines set forth in Executive Order 14057, Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries …

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Unlike its neighbors, HD South receives little support from the city | News

A 109-year-old downtown building that once housed Gilbert Elementary School now features city history, exhibits and community programs. “We are Gilbert’s only museum, the oldest building standing in Gilbert and listed on the National Register of Historic Places,” said Denise Lopez, President and CEO of HD SOUTH. “We are Gilbert’s …

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Ramona “Mona” V. Flack – Alexandria Echo Press

Ramona “Mona” V. Flack, 87, of Willmar, died Friday afternoon, April 1, at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13 at Vinje Lutheran Church with visitation one hour before the service. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. …

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Longtime Grand Canyon community member and author Nancy Green passes | Williams-Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – On March 20, the morning of the vernal equinox, Nancy Green, a longtime member of the Grand Canyon community and author, died. Whether alone or with friends, Nancy was an intrepid explorer of the canyons, mountains, forests, and deserts of the Colorado Plateau and beyond. His …

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Home Town’s Ben and Erin launch renovations across the US in April

It would probably be pretty hard to find someone who loves quaint Laurel, Mississippi as much as Ben and Erin Napier. The duo have been renovating homes across the city on their HGTV show Home Town since 2016, turning abandoned properties into stunning dream homes. Home Town was such a …

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Trump backs Sarah Palin for Congress – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

(CNN) – Former President Donald Trump has said he supports former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in her bid to fill Alaska’s seat in the United States House vacated by the death last month of longtime Republican Representative Don Young. “Sarah shocked many when she supported me early in 2016, and …

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Government rejects Labor calls to ration gas in response to Ukraine invasion

Grant Shapps ruled out petrol rationing in interview with BBC’s Clive Myrie There will be no energy rationing in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the UK government has said. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he could “completely” rule out limiting the amount of oil and gas people are allowed …

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Mesa Teen is State Academic Decathlon Champion | Our community

A The Mesa teenager is preparing for national competition after winning the Arizona Academic Decathlon beating 250 other high school students. Thor Eckman, a 17-year-old senior from Westwood High School, took part in 10 events which covered a variety of topics and also involved writing an essay, presenting a speech …

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March Weather Summary 2022 – Forecast for April

March was wetter and slightly warmer than average for western Michigan. Grand Rapids was 1/2 degree warmer than average. This follows February which was 2.0° cooler than average and January which was 4.6° cooler than average. Thus, the first quarter of 2022 ended with 2.0° less than the average. The …

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Arizona Sports Betting Revenue Surpasses $500 Million in January | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizonans haven’t stopped embracing the state’s entry into legalized sports betting, depositing $564 million in January wagers and recouping $522 million, the vast majority from licensed online applications to professional state sports teams and Native American tribes. the gaming department monthly report on the results of the …

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Fans flock to Tourney Town for full NCAA Final Four experience – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Hundreds of locals and foreigners flocked to Tourney Town ahead of Friday’s games. The final four bands and cheerleaders brought the crowds into Tourney Town, a way to build on the excitement surrounding the Women’s Final Four. READ MORE: UConn-South Carolina title game offers plenty of star …

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