On Monday, the Arizona Board of Regents ABOR ordered Arizona’s three universities to sell any Russian assets and to divest from any Russian investments in their retirement plan. “The Arizona Board of Regents condemns in the strongest possible terms Vladimir… Read More ›
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AAA puts gas at record high in Arizona
Arizona is now seeing record prices for gasoline. According to Triple A, gas prices in AZ are now over $4.00 per gallon in most of the state. Coconino County is the highest at an average of $4.23 per gallon with… Read More ›
Food prices escalate, worse may be yet to come.
Food prices escalate, worse may be yet to come. Most people around the world will not be surprised by a recent UN report putting international food prices up 20.7% year over year. And with oil and natural gas prices soaring… Read More ›
Sharon Dinges announces bid to challenge Wendy Rogers for LD7 Senate seat.
Sharon Dinges has announced her bid to challenge Senator Wendy Rogers for the Republican nomination for LD7 in the upcoming August Primary. Dinges, an electrical engineer lives in the Munds Park area just south of Flagstaff and wants to focus… Read More ›
Kelly Townsend ends Congressional bid, may face Wendy Rogers in LD7 primary.
Arizona state Senator Kelly Townsend has dropped her bid for Congress in Arizona’s Congressional District 6. This now puts her future in the AZ Senate in question. The recent redistricting process brings Townsend and Senator Wendy Rogers into the same… Read More ›
Governor Ducey ends speculation. Will not seek US Senate Seat
Speculation over whether Governor Doug Ducey will run for the US Senate against Democrat Mark Kelly seems to have come to an end. According a letter obtained by ABC15 to Ducey’s larger donors, the two term governor has no aspirations… Read More ›
NAU dumps mask mandate
Northern Arizona University will end its mask mandate effective Monday, March 7. The mandate has been in effect since August of 2021. According to NAU’s press release, masks will continue to be required on NAU buses, at Campus Health Services… Read More ›
Brielle Kennington: Masks are off, “kids are smiling” but “children were harmed” by this policy.
On Monday, by a vote of 3-2, the Flagstaff Unified School District (FUSD) Governing Board finally ended its long standing face mask mandate. This was after weeks of protests and parents, teachers and students putting pressure on the board to… Read More ›
HR 956, “Supporting the People of Ukraine Resolution” passes US House. Gosar and 2 others vote against.
House Resolution 956, the “Supporting the People of Ukraine Resolution” overwhelmingly passed the US House of Representatives today. All but three House Members voted in favor of the resolution. The resolution says that the House supports “Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial… Read More ›
AZ city in top 10 nationally for cost of 1 bedroom rental
Arizona continues to see some of the highest inflation in the country, especially when it comes to housing. A recent survey conducted by Zumper, a site that lists rental properties, found that Scottsdale is number 10 in the nation when… Read More ›