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August 17, 2022

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August 17, 2022 3 585 N. Central Quartzsite Open Mon-Fri 8-5 928-927-8787 Johnny DelPino, Owner BEST AUTO RV & TRUCK REPAIR SERVICE YOU CAN DEPEND ON! CLUTCHES PRIMARY & SECONDARY YUMA PROVING GROUND VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETINGS September 20, 3-4 p.m. and September 21, 5-6 p.m. Go to:, and click on Virtual Meeting link The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is proposing to withdraw 22,000 acres of land adjacent to Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) for up to five years, while the BLM and the Army analyze the po- tential environmental impacts of adding the lands to the existing YPG boundary. The BLM has received a military land withdrawal application from the Army, requesting a 22,000-acre addition to the YPG near Yuma, Arizona, as a safety buffer for air delivery testing on existing drop zones within the current range boundary. Join us in a virtual public meeting to offer comments on the re- quested short-term BLM withdrawal. Pre-registration is required. Attendees may participate by phone or computer. Comments accepted through September 28. Email: Mail: BLM Arizona Attn: Mike Ouellett, One N. Central Ave, Suite 800, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Fax: (602) 417–9452. Medicare has changed. Find out how it can affect you. For FREE information, call: 1-888-348-2614 or visit Important changes to the federal Medicare program became effective at the beginning of the year. As a result, retirees in your state may be eligible for coverage with new options. Find out if you qualify for Medicare Supplement insurance that can help limit your out-of-pocket expenses. Information will be provided by Physicians Life Insurance Company 6243_D Get the facts that matter to you: • Critical dates for Medicare eligibility • Options that can help keep more money in your pocket • Medicare benefits many retirees may not be aware of We are not connected with, nor endorsed by, the U.S. Government or the Federal Medicare Program. I understand I have no obligation. This is a solicitation of insurance. A licensed agent/producer may contact you. (MD, VA: These policies are available to people under age 65 eligible for Medicare due to a disability). (VA: For a complete description of policy exclusions, limitations, and costs or other coverage details, please contact your insurance agent or the company). Policy form number L030, L035, L036, L037, L038, F001, F002 (OK: L030OK, L035OK, L036OK, L037OK, L038OK; TN: L030TN, L035TN, L036TN, L037TN; L038TN, F001TN, F002TN; L030VA, L035VA, L036VA, L037VA, L038VA). ELECTION DATES General Election Day: November 8, 2022 Voter Registration Deadline: October 11, 2022 Early Voting starts: October 12, 2022 To register to vote you may go online to or stop by the offi ce and we can assist you. You may also search your voter infor- mation, polling place, request a ballot by mail, check the status of your ballot by mail/early ballot, and check the status of your provisional ballot at If you have any questions or concerns regarding your voter registration or early voting/ballot by mail please give the La Paz County Recorder's Offi ce a call at 928-669-6136 or stop by the offi ce located at 1112 Joshua Ave., Suite 201 Parker, Arizona 85344. Election Dates - Voter registration Primary Election Results Town of Quartzsite held a primary election for Town Council positions. There are 1,723 registered voters in district 58.1 and 64.1. Number of ballots cast were 1,251. Once the method of calculation pre- scribed in A.R.S. § 9-821.01(D) has been applied, the results are as follow: 4-year seats (3 available): Incum- bents Lynda Goldberg and Loretta Warner won their seats on the Town Council. Sam Saxton and Randy Smith will proceed to the General Election on November 8th to elect one. 2-year seats (2 available): Devyn Rosner won one of the two open seats. There will be runoff between incumbent Karey Amon and Col- leen O'Meara Nov. 8th General Election. Number of Votes received: 4-year term: Lynda Goldberg re- ceived 251 votes. Loretta Warner received 242 votes. Randy Smith received 188 votes. Sam Saxton re- ceived 188 votes. Richard Freese re- ceived 151 votes. Leo Stiles received 120 votes. 2- year term: Devyn Rosner received 260 votes. Karey Amon received 196 votes. Colleen O'Meara received 135 votes. Dennis Vosper received 104 votes. Robert "Gunny" St. Germain received 86 votes. Steve Schue re- ceived 45 votes. The General Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Polling place is at the Quartzsite Community Center, 295 E. Chan- dler St., Quartzsite.

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