- Arizona ‘audit’ finds Biden won (by more votes) and no evidence of fraud
After months of work and some $6 million spent, a so-called audit that Trump supporters claimed would show that the election had been stolen from the defeated president found that Joe Biden actually won Arizona by more votes than the official tally — and it found no conclusive evidence that the election had been influenced The post Arizona ‘audit’ finds Biden won (by more votes) and no evidence of fraud appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
- GOP lawmakers will appear alongside white nationalists, Nazi apologists, at rally to support insurrectionists
A rally planned for Saturday at the Arizona Capitol that aims to support “political prisoners” of the January 6 insurrection will feature speakers who are white nationalists, have endorsed Nazi ideology and are facing charges for storming the U.S. Capitol alongside GOP legislators. The event is organized by a group that boasts two officials from The post GOP lawmakers will appear alongside white nationalists, Nazi apologists, at rally to support insurrectionists appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
- If Kyrsten Sinema wants to be a bridge-builder, she should start with her own party
There is likely no other Democrat that has taken more fire from her party this last year than Arizona Sen. Krysten Sinema. Sinema won the ire of progressives because of her insistence on preserving an archaic Senate rule that has historically been used to hamper civil rights: the filibuster. Democrats fear the filibuster will prevent The post If Kyrsten Sinema wants to be a bridge-builder, she should start with her own party appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
- Orphaned, infected, in crisis: How the coronavirus pandemic is traumatizing kids
WASHINGTON — The coronavirus pandemic has brought heartbreaking consequences for millions of U.S. children, even as most avoided serious illness themselves, pediatric experts told Congress on Wednesday. Take, for instance, a young girl from Tennessee named Sophia, whose story was relayed by Dr. Margaret Rush, president of Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University. Within The post Orphaned, infected, in crisis: How the coronavirus pandemic is traumatizing kids appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
- Doug Logan masterminded banning the media from the Arizona ‘audit’
The plan to bar journalists from covering the Senate’s self-styled “audit” of the 2020 election in Maricopa County and only let them into Veterans Memorial Coliseum if they agreed to work 30 hours as volunteer observers was hatched and implemented by Doug Logan, the man hired to lead the election review. Logan pushed ahead with The post Doug Logan masterminded banning the media from the Arizona ‘audit’ appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
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- Livestock Activity Day Preps Kids for Fair
July 29, 2021 By Dusti Prentice On Saturday, June 26 the first annual 4-H Livestock Activity Day was hosted at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds by the Mustang 4-H Club. The event was set against a backdrop of youth excitement, coaching excellence and outstanding community sponsorship creating an amazing learning experience for the Mustang and
- Rose Tree Ranch Signs Conservation Agreement
July 29, 2021 By Jo Dean The historic Rose Tree Ranch located on Upper Elgin Road has made history again by entering into an agreement for conservation status with the Arizona Land and Water Trust (ALWT). Originally a Spanish Land Grant in the early 1600s, the ranch provided grapes that were used to make the wine