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Advocate Shares Insight Into the Equal Rights Amendment

The advent of a new legislative session in Phoenix heralds another run by Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) advocates in placing the long-stymied legislation before lawmakers. ERA Task Force AZ’s Dianne Post, J.D., rallied supporters Dec. 4 at the Prescott Public Library. The Prescott American Association of University Women (AAUW) hosted the session, which was attended […]

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Gosar Wins Another Term

Yavapai County is reporting a strong 57.40% voter turnout for the election. GOP Representative Paul Gosar won reelection over David Brill, with nearly twice as many votes in the county as his democratic challenger. Locals supported Doug Ducey’s second term with about 68% of voters choosing the business-friendly governor. His opponent, David Garcia, garnered about […]

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Remembering Senator McCain 

The legacy of war hero, presidential contender and proud American Senator John McCain is being honored and praised by local and national leaders as a country of respectful fans mourns his passing. Known for toughness and integrity, and described as a maverick with his own brand of common sense conservatism, Sen. McCain died Saturday afternoon, […]

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Candidates Preparing for Run-Off Election

Both propositions on the primary ballot of Aug. 29 passed handily. However, because no candidates for city offices won outright, a run-off election is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 7.   City Code Mandates General Election Prescott City code stipulates that because no candidate, either for mayor or for City Council, received 50 percent plus one […]

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Predicting Election Effect on Investments

No matter which candidate is elected president this month by American voters, financial advisor Will Hepburn predicts a sell-off in 2017. “I don’t have a crystal ball, but I am a student of market history, and the first year of a presidential cycle brings a lot of governmental change,” explained Hepburn, president of Hepburn Capital […]

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Good Governance Group Seeking General Plan Support

 Committed to “Preserve the past and embrace the future,” the Prescott Good Governance Committee kicked off its 2015 campaign with a pledge to help support and pass the City of Prescott General Plan, which will come before voters Nov. 3. More than 40 community residents met in late January to formulate the committee’s campaign strategy. […]

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Yavapai County Primary Election Night Reporting Delay

YAVAPAI COUNTY – During Primary Election Night Reporting, Yavapai County, working with new election equipment, experienced technical difficulties properly exporting the results file out of its system. Yavapai County worked throughout the night and exported a results file at approximately 5:40 a.m. Once Yavapai exported the file, that data was successfully uploaded into the state […]

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Accreditation Team Praising YC

The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) praised the Yavapai College Radiologic Technology program following a recent site visit that is part of the all-important accreditation process for the program.   During an exit review following a 2-day site visit, the JRCERT team informed the College that its radiology program met all six […]

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