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Business is improving at restaurants in Prescott, Flagstaff and Sedona as we emerge from the pandemic, which has hit restaurants especially hard.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Six Democratic members of Arizona’s congressional delegation say they oppose a provision in President Joe Biden’s proposed budget to partially retire the Air Force’s A-10 attack jets, many of which are assigned to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson.
The US House of Representatives earlier this month passed H.R. 2878: a legislative package to support veterans which includes the Native VetSuccess at Tribal Colleges and Universities Pilot Program Act, bipartisan legislation introduced by Rep.
New funding from the American Rescue Plan is making its way to Arizona’s universities and colleges, including Northern Arizona University.
More than $471 million is heading to universities across the state, according to an announcement from Rep. Tom O’Halleran.
WASHINGTON — Arizona Congressman Tom O’Halleran highlighted the recent launch of the Federal Communications Commission’s Emergency Broadband Benefit program and urged eligible Arizonans to enroll to receive a discount on their monthly internet bill.
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They didn’t have the high profiles or long tenure of some other members of Congress, but Arizona lawmakers in the last Congress ranked relatively high on a recent scorecard of congressional effectiveness.
As a heat wave builds in the midst of an epic drought, fires have broken out across the state. The fire danger will remain high at least into July, according to the US Weather Service.
Fortunately, the weather service still predicts a near-normal monsoon will dampen the “significant wildland fire potential” expected to grip the southwest for the balance of May and all of June.
U.S. Congressman Tom O’Halleran, who represents Arizona’s 1st District, recently submitted 10 funding requests for community projects to the House Appropriations Committee, and two of those requests involved a project in Globe.
WASHINGTON — They didn’t have the high profiles or long tenure of some other members of Congress, but Arizona lawmakers in the last Congress ranked relatively high on a recent scorecard of congressional effectiveness.