Gila County Supervisor Tommie Martin submitted this update on important accomplishments this year affecting Gila County.
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) has released America’s Most Wasted, the first in a series of oversight reports that expose wasteful, duplicative and inefficient government spending.
There are things that we take for granted in life, but the one that deeply touched me recently is that people donate blood so that others can live.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) recently took to the Senate floor to speak in support of legislation requiring the president to submit any final nuclear deal with Iran to Congress before being able to waive or suspend congressional sanctions. Below is the complete transcript of Flake’s remarks:
I’ve been a Forest Service volunteer for more than three years, focusing on removing trash from illegal dumping sites found in the Tonto National Forest.
As proud Americans, will we honor our Armed Forces, veterans and communities by participating in the “America the Beautiful and BagReadyJobs” effort?
The Grand Canyon has a buffalo problem. By some estimates, nearly 600 unwanted bison have migrated inside Grand Canyon National Park from their range on the Kaibab National Forest.
The state budget is approved, and many think the battle for public education is over for the year.
While we all appreciate the difficulties faced by the governor in setting priorities for state investment, we continue to believe that investment in higher education is one of the most important ways of helping advance our families, our businesses, and our state economy.
One would think that the good folks in Payson would tire of Raymond Spatti and the complete lack of honesty in his letters to the editor, either that or his complete ignorance.
In June 2010, the Schultz Fire burned a total of 15,051 acres of Coconino National Forest bordering the City of Flagstaff.
I introduced SB 1435 to help make government better by allowing elected officials on small and mostly rural boards and commissions to communicate with each other in everyday settings, without running afoul of the open meeting law.
Gov. Ducey has presented a budget proposal for the state of Arizona. As with any budget, the devil is always in the details.
The proposed increase in the number and range of the Mexican gray wolf has been altered significantly after the Arizona Department of Game and Fish made the first step.
We are pleased that President Obama addressed a number of issues on which Republicans and Democrats can work together in the coming year.