August 5, 2020

Opinion

Opinion: Repairing Public’s Trust in Government Institutions

Americans no longer trust their government. The events of this year may be crystallizing this lack of trust for many, especially the nation’s young people, of whom a paltry 7 percent say they put “a lot” of trust in people in positions of power. And while a degree of skepticism is healthy in a democracy, we have reached a

Legal Beat

Shots Fired Lead To Two Arrests

On Sunday, August 2, 2020 at approximately 8:00PM, Prescott Valley Police Officers were on patrol in the area of State Route 69 and Navajo Drive when they heard what sounded like shots fired in the area. A search of the area did not reveal anything suspicious at the time. At approximately 10:00PM, the Prescott Valley

National

Progress slow as urgency grows on virus relief legislation

Frustrated Senate Republicans re-upped their complaints Tuesday that Democratic negotiators are taking too hard a line in talks on a sweeping coronavirus relief bill, but an afternoon negotiating session brought at least modest concessions from both sides, even as an agreement appears far off. Top Democrats emerged from a 90-minute meeting with Trump administration officials

Opinion

Opinion: Why Biden’s VP Pick Matters

Sometime within the next week or so, Joe Biden will make the most important decision of his political career. If he is elected president in November, it could have momentous — or disastrous — consequences for the United States: his choice of running mate. Should Biden be defeated, his pick will be irrelevant. But with

State

Arizona Joins National Network To Reskill Workers

Arizona is joining a coalition of 20 states, the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, and the American Association of Community Colleges—with support from Lumina Foundation and the Siemens Foundation—to launch the Reskilling and Recovery Network. The Network will equip Arizonans with the skills they need to get back to work and help communities

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