Voters in the town of Buckeye decided to take on the title of being a "city."About 60 percent of the voters were in favor of the change, according to the town's election results.
You know who sucks at naming towns? A lot of people who have set up shop in Arizona.Check out the 10 worst names for Arizona towns -- including towns like Santa Claus, Arizona, and Nothing, Arizona -- below:
The "Marshal's Office" for the FLDS towns of Colorado City and Hildale on the Utah/Arizona border could become the reason for a new $420,000 burden on taxpayers.It turns out that Attorney General Tom Horne won't continue to use his office's funds to pay the Mohave County Sheriff's Office for extra p ... More >>
If more than two-thirds of the state House votes in favor of a bill that would rein in corruption in local police forces, you would anticipate that the proposed legislation at least would receive a hearing in the state Senate, wouldn't you? See also: -Eddie Farnsworth Blocked Hearing for Anti-Child ... More >>
Republican Representative Doris Goodale "can't explain" her opposition to the bill that was proposed to disband the "Marshal's Office" in the polygamist town of Colorado City, the bill's sponsor tells New Times.Despite county, state, and federal authorities claiming misconduct in the police force th ... More >>
For the second straight year, Republican Representative Doris Goodale strongly opposed legislation that would disband the "Marshal's Office" in the polygamist town of Colorado City, which is in her district.Despite county, state, and federal authorities claiming misconduct in the police force there, ... More >>
Yesterday, we told you about someone burying a cat, still alive -- at the time -- up to its head in concrete in Colorado City.The cat was left on the property of Isaac Wyler, a former member of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who left the church years ago.Andrew Chatwi ... More >>
Colorado City -- the town on the Utah/Arizona border that child rapist Warren Jeffs used to call home -- is being sued by the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division for religious and housing discrimination.The feds say the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and Jeffs are ... More >>
Believe it or not, an elected official in Arizona is pleased with something the federal government did.Attorney General Tom Horne handed out his thoughts on the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division suing Colorado City -- the town on the Utah/Arizona border that child rapist Warren Jeffs used t ... More >>
The Arizona Legislature didn't really feel the need to replace the police force in Colorado City with deputies from the Mohave County Sheriff's Office, so Attorney General Tom Horne's pulling out Plan B.The AG's office announced today that it's sending $420,000 to the Sheriff's Office for overtime p ... More >>
Ogden's Own Distillery, based in Utah, has been making some big news lately after one of its products -- Five Wives Vodka -- was banned from being sold in Idaho by the state's liquor division.In a letter to the company's distributor in Idaho, the liquor board wrote that its members felt the concept ... More >>
www.article.wn.comWarren JeffsWarren Jeffs, the leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, was in a Texas courtroom today, where he was sentenced to life in prison today for sexually assaulting two underage followers of his breakaway sect of the Mormon Church.See fo ... More >>
Texas authorities last year released pictures of former FLDS leader Warren Jeffs making out with underage girls. The Arizona Board of Education is set to return the Colorado City Unified School District to local control -- that control being by a bunch of polygamist inbreds. The corru ... More >>
More than 400 young girls have been freed from the bonds of "spiritual marriage" to older men as the result of a police raid of a polygamist compound operated by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in San Angelo, Texas.
Prophet Warren Jeffs' conviction won't stop underage marriages among his followers, much less end polygamy
The GrossCost of livin': $150 mil. As far as I'm concerned, former House Speaker Jeff Groscost, whom the Bird disses in death this week, deserved to be wearing stripes, eating green baloney and wondering if he was gonna have to take it up the poot pipe from his cell-mate Randy when he croaked ... More >>
The patriotic pigeon uses the bleedin facts to peck holes in the rantings of 9/11 conspiracy wacktivists!
A rugged hike across the Grand Canyon leads to a life decision to leave New Times and see what the future holds
Cast into the spotlight by fugitive polygamist Prophet Warren Jeffs, the mainstream Mormon Church's trying to distance itself from its infamous cousin
HBO's created a hot-soccer-mom fantasy in which Jeanne Tripplehorn plays the elder wife in a polygamous marriage
Lopping off heads of state
Letters from the issue of Thursday, June 16, 2005
Letters from the issue of Thursday, June 9, 2005
Military recruiters are grabbing student info from local schools without parents' permission
Letters from the week of March 31, 2005
A state lawmaker's assault on the campus press is trickle-down from Dubya's White House
Here's an idea, county supes: Audit the freakin' sheriff's office for the first time ever!
Letters from the week of October 28, 2004
Governor Napolitano went to Utah, and all we got was some lousy ring kissing.
Letters from the week of May 27, 2004
There are a couple of reasons Janet Napolitano won't be on John Kerry's ticket
Letters from the week of May 6, 2004
Letters from the week of January 8, 2004
Senator Linda Binder
Letters from the week of August 21, 2003
Letters from the week of August 7, 2003
A call to an ex-gubernatorial candidate's campaign cell phone is linked to forged documents used to slam Napolitano and Salmon.
A surprising settlement in a Morman case
Church leaders want ousted members out of their home
Letters from the week of May 8, 2003
Letters from the week of March 20, 2003
Letters from the week of October 17, 2002
Letters from the week of October 10, 2002
Heavenly deliverance, 'ethnic cleansing' and child-snatching in polygamous Colorado City