October 9, 2020

Science

Creation Science Comes to Prescott

The Arizona Origin Science Association (AZOSA)  has announced that Association President, Dr. Joseph Kezele, M.D.,  will be the  guest speaker at their upcoming meeting Sunday afternoon,  October 11th,  3:45 PM,  at the Liberty Baptist Church, in Williamson Valley.  For those who are new to Creation Science or just curious to learn what it is,  this is an excellent

Opinion

Opinion: New Report Finds Tens of Thousands of Cases of Possible Election Fraud

One of the constant refrains from those who oppose election reforms designed to protect the security and integrity of the voting process is that serious fraud is a myth. But as a shocking new report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) shows, those naysayers could not be more wrong. PILF’s report, “Critical Condition,” highlights the severity

State

Governor Ducey, National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien Honor Kayla Mueller

Governor Doug Ducey, National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien, Senator Martha McSally, Arizona National Guard members, and more today joined Marsha and Carl Mueller, the parents of Kayla Mueller, for a special painting unveiling at the Arizona National Guard Barry Goldwater hangar. The painting, “Into The Breach,” symbolizes the 2019 raid, named in honor of Kayla

Education

New Podcast Focused on Trauma Informed Care Launches in October

Stacey Gagnon is a passionate advocate for children in the areas of special needs, adoption and foster care. As Director of Trauma Lens Care, a collaborative program between MATFORCE and Yavapai County Community Health Services, Stacey embodies her beliefs as a mother of 7 children and a foster parent. As a professional nurse, educator, author

State

Arizona Leaders Express Concern on Marijuana

When Arizonans begin early voting this week, they will be asked to consider Proposition 207, a sweeping 17-page initiative to legalize recreational marijuana that will have significant consequences for Arizona’s kids, road safety, employers, and economy. Arizona’s leaders and experts concur with this assessment. “Arizona has a bright future, but fully legalized marijuana doesn’t need

Politics

The Senator Martha McSally / Mark Kelly Debate

If you missed the debate between Senator Martha McSally and Mark Kelly, here is a short video of some of the highlights. [Disclaimer: this video is from the Republican Party of Arizona. Opinions expressed here are not from Prescott eNews.]

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