July 24, 2020

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

9 Plants that Repel Mosquitoes, Flies & Spiders

When it comes to the inevitable face-off between you and bugs, keeping them away from your immediate vicinity is a top priority. There are pesticides and bug traps, but these plants reduce the need for so many chemicals around the patio. Plants are in the business of repelling insects as a natural way of defending

State

New ‘Virtual’ Online Expo for Seniors & Caregivers Coming to Phoenix This September

The Senior Service Expo opened registrations today for its first ever fully online conference and expo, premiering September 12 -13, 2020 via Livestream direct from the seniorserviceexpo.com website. “The Expo is designed especially for the senior community and the caregivers who take care of them,” said Benjamin Freedman, Expo Production Manager, “In a time when

Opinion

Llewellyn King: Future Indicative — Work From Home Will Change Everything

Dimly through the fog of the future some structures are emerging. Some of the purely physical are becoming discernible. The changes in work, collective consciousness and play are harder to bring into focus. We — call us a ravaged generation — will face a future, the future indicative, radically different from that past that we

State

AG Brnovich Announces $100 Million in Consumer Restitution Milestone

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that his administration has now secured well over $100 million in restitution for Arizona consumers since he took office in 2015, which exceeds the total restitution awards secured by the AG’s Office from 2000-2014 combined. Each year, the AG’s Office received more than 15,000 consumer fraud related complaints. “The

Legal Beat

Aggravated Assault Suspect Arrested after Victim Cut with a Knife

On July 22, 2020 at about 1130 am an incident took place in the wooded creek area in the 500 block of Miller Valley Road involving several homeless individuals which escalated into a fight between those individuals.  Officers were dispatched to the area after the victim, a 40 year old Prescott area transient, called 911

Local

Virtual City Council and Commission Meetings

In the City’s ongoing efforts to curb the impacts of COVID-19 on our citizens and staff, Prescott City Council meetings will not have an in-person public audience until further notice. Meetings will continue and be live streamed on the city’s website,  Prescott Media Center and on the city’s Facebook page. In addition, citizens will be able

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