Serving
Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3
COMPLIMENTARY

Arizona AG joins FTC and coalition of states to challenge merger of Kroger & Albertsons supermarkets

Attorney General Kris Mayes, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and a bipartisan coalition of states, today announced the filing of a lawsuit that challenges the proposed merger of Kroger and Albertsons. These companies are the country’s two largest national supermarket chains, and this merger presents a significant risk of reduced competition and higher food prices nationwide. In Arizona, the two chains are the fourth and sixth largest employers, with a combined 35,000 employees across 250 stores. The companies also operate under Fry’s, Smith’s, and Safeway brands in Arizona.

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Economic impact of Superbowl

ARIZONA — Super Bowl LVII, hosted in Arizona’s Valley region in February 2023, has ignited a fervent debate among economists, state officials, and local authorities regarding its economic impact. The high-profile event, celebrated for its grandeur and entertainment...

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Beyond Self-Extinction

By Winslow Myers Good that defensive anti-missiles worked against Iran’s barrage. Still, two elements were more suited to the playground than to international politics: face and revenge. One side bombs the other, and the...

Topock Marsh gets $25M upgrade for drought resilience

TOPOCK — Significant upgrades are in the works for the Topock Marsh situated within the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, funded by a substantial federal investment targeting drought mitigation and ecological preservation...

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