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Plan for lane restrictions on Interstate 40 at the West Flagstaff Bridge July 1

FLAGSTAFF - Drivers in northern Arizona should plan for lane restrictions and travel delays on Interstate 40 while construction on the West Flagstaff Bridge replacement project (Exit 191) continues.

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Coconino County lifts fire restrictions

COCONINO COUNTY — In cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service on the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests, on June 28 Coconino County removed all staged fire restrictions formerly in place in unincorporated communities and recreation areas in the county.

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Williams Fourth of July fireworks a green light

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With safety and mitigating wildfires concerns in mind, Williams Volunteer Fire Department is moving forward with the 2022 Fourth of July firework display.

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Truck tragedy a reminder of struggle to stop migrant deaths

WASHINGTON (AP) — Drowned in the Rio Grande. Murdered in Mexico. Perished in the Arizona desert. For migrants traveling to the United States, the journey has always been full of peril.

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Republicans square off in raucous Arizona governor debate

PHOENIX (AP) — Development attorney Karrin Taylor Robson called for leaving behind the 2020 election and focusing on the future while former news anchor Kari Lake doubled down on the lie that former President Donald Trump lost because of fraud as the Republican candidates for governor squared off in a raucous debate Wednesday.

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Ducey OKs $18B budget upping school, infrastructure spending

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on June 29 signed into law his eighth and final state budget, an $18 billion spending plan that uses a record surplus to invest in education and infrastructure while lowering state debt and preparing for an economic downturn.

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Letter: Road Rash Rodeo supports veterans, first responders

We are already planning our 2nd annual Road Rash Rodeo for May 12-14.

Reader Poll:

When do you think life as we know it will get back to normal?

  • As soon as the stay-at-home orders are lifted. 15%
  • What do you mean 'back to normal'? Life will never be the same. 38%
  • It already is. This hasn't changed anything for me. 23%
  • It will be a gradual process and maybe take a few months to a year. 23%
  • I like this new normal. 0%

13 total votes

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Reader Poll:

When do you think life as we know it will get back to normal?

  • As soon as the stay-at-home orders are lifted. 15%
  • What do you mean 'back to normal'? Life will never be the same. 38%
  • It already is. This hasn't changed anything for me. 23%
  • It will be a gradual process and maybe take a few months to a year. 23%
  • I like this new normal. 0%

13 total votes

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