Quantcast
Home (page 4)

Tag Archives: Prescott

SRP fighting to keep records private (access required)

The nation's third-largest public power utility and one of the state's largest water suppliers avoided a ruling earlier this year that would have determined whether it was subject to Arizona public records law. But now the Salt River Project is again bracing against claims that its quasi-governmental status requires it to maintain and provide access to documents.

Read More »

US researchers will study Verde River

PRESCOTT - U.S. Geological Survey researchers plan to study how changes in the flow of the middle and upper Verde River might affect plant and animal life and water quality. Lower stream flows could be caused by global warming or groundwater pumping and affect the viability of some fish and bird species.

Read More »

Yuma, Prescott hold mayoral primaries today

Yuma and Prescott will hold mayoral primary elections Tuesday while several cities around Arizona decide on council members. Five candidates are running for mayor of Yuma, including incumbent Larry Nelson, who said he's seeking a third and final term. The other candidates are retired fire chief Elgin Everly, former Yuma City Councilman Alan Krieger, political activist Jack Kretzer and businessman Ken Spencer Jr.

Read More »