September 3, 2020

Local

Citizens Rally Against New Jail

A local citizens’ group recently  organized in opposition to building a new jail in Prescott rallied  Wednesday morning in front of the County Building on Fair Street. An orderly crowd of 75 to 80 protesters gathered to hear speakers,  wave signs and march around the  county building, shouting  their opposition, “Stop the Jail!”  and “Not

International

Facing a coronavirus crisis, Israel calls in the army

Over a three-decade military career, Israeli Maj. Gen. Ori Gordin has led commando raids, fought in wars and even earned a degree at Harvard. But he has never seen anything quite like his latest mission. As head of the Israeli army’s Home Front Command, Gordin is now overseeing the military’s coronavirus “task force,” formed last

Opinion

Opinion: Violent Protesters Have a New Target — Average Americans

My name is Chris, I live in New Hampshire, and I’m one of the growing number of average citizens who’ve found themselves targeted in the progressive attacks on the streets of America. You may have seen me. Millions of people have viewed the viral video of anti-Trump activists circling me, screaming insults and profanity, as

State

Arizonans lose 1.6 hours a week fixing tech issues while WFH, finds survey

Have you tried turning it off and on again? Survey reveals that Arizonans working from home spend an average of 1.6 hours a week trying to resolve tech issues… Half of Arizonans report regular tech problems working from home.  37% say they have regularly had to cut conference calls short because someone had poor internet. Two-thirds think employers should cover

Opinion

Opinion: Central Florida Retirees Are Fleeing the Democratic Party

Democrats were elated by a recent viral video of a pro-Biden golf cart parade through The Villages, aka “America’s Friendliest Home Town,” and a retirement community believed to have played a key role in Donald Trump’s 2016 victory. “Wow. Things are heating up in The Villages. Trump is toast,” one excited Democrat tweeted. “That is

Legal Beat

Governor Ducey Appoints Michael McGill To The Yavapai County Superior Court

Governor Doug Ducey today announced the appointment of Michael McGill to the Yavapai County Superior Court. The vacancy on the Yavapai County Superior Court was created by the retirement of Judge David Mackey. Under the Arizona Constitution, judges of the Superior Court in counties with a population of less than 250,000 persons are elected by