AZGFD: Arizona Wildlife Photo Contest Now Open

Photo: Arizona Game and Fish Service Posted by: Staff July 5, 2023 Would you like to see your photo on the cover of Arizona Wildlife Views annual calendar? Have a knack for taking great wildlife photos? Then don’t miss the Arizona Game and Fish Service’s 17th Annual Wildlife Photo Contest. The show’s 1 best entry […]

Cody James Murdock | GilaValleyCentral.Net

Cody James Murdoch of Duncan, Arizona, rode through the gates of heaven surrounded by his family at Tucson Medical Center on Friday, July 28, 2023. he was only 30 years old. Cody was born on June 30, 1993 in Cottonwood, Arizona to parents JR and Dusty Joe Murdoch. He was survived by his parents. His […]

The Tonto Apache Tribe to Partner with Heritage Distilling

Payson, Ariz. and Gig Harbor, Wash., Aug. 3, 2023 (Globe Newswire) — Heritage Distilling Company, Inc. (“HDC” or “Heritage”), a leading craft distillery with innovative premium brands, today announced We partnered with the Tonto Apache Tribe to develop a distillery and tasting room adjacent to the Motherzal Hotel & Casino. The distillery produces and offers […]

Federal healthcare grants take a new approach | County Supervisor

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Ciscomani Presses VA on Closure of Sierra Vista Location

Posted by: Staff July 31, 2023 Arizona legislators ask VA to respond on shutdown by Aug. 3 WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Juan Ciscomani (AZ-06), a member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, announced this week that pressed The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has reported on the recent closure of the Sierra Vista Veterinary Center […]

Traffic fatalities in Arizona rose for third straight year in 2022

Crash Facts report shows speed remains the leading factor in deadly and serious crashes PHOENIX – Arizona’s traffic fatalities will rise again in 2022, according to the state’s annual report on car crashes on all roads, including local roads. Statistics show there were 1,294 road fatalities across the state last year, an 8.6% increase compared […]

The Tonto Apache Tribe to Partner with Heritage Distilling Company to Develop Arizona’s First Tribally Owned and Operated Distillery on Native Land

Heritage Distilling Company, Inc. Heritage’s Tribal Beverage Network will provide the Apache Corners initiative with new revenues, destination amenities, employment opportunities and advance economic sovereignty. Payson, Ariz. and Gig Harbor, Wash., Aug. 3, 2023 (Globe Newswire) — Heritage Distilling Company, Inc. (“HDC” or “Heritage”), a leading craft distillery with innovative premium brands, today announced We […]

Monsoon moisture not sticking around much longer

Today, monsoon humidity has surged across the state, bringing more widespread rain and storms, mainly along and to the west of the Central Range. The heaviest rain fell in the south, with parts of Gila and Hidalgo counties receiving 0.05 to 1.5 inches of rain through the afternoon and evening. Heavy rains were only localized, […]

Op-Ed: Why proposed rural groundwater control legislation is bad for Arizona

File photo by Luke Runyon/KUNC: Water from the Central Arizona Project spills into rural Pinal County. Column by Congressman Gail Griffin (R-LD19) There has been a lot of talk lately about a local groundwater bill not being considered by the Arizona legislature. Over the years, the proposed legislation has been called various names, including “Groundwater […]