October 10, 2020

State

David Stringer Speaks on Prop 207: Opposes it but Supports De-felonizing

In a recent talk before the Highway 69 Republican Club, local attorney and former State Representative David Stringer spoke on the proposal to legalize marijuana in Arizona, known as Proposition 207. While in the legislature he served on the Judiciary Committee and co-founded a bipartisan study group on criminal justice reform. One of the proposals

International

World Food Program wins Nobel Peace Prize for hunger fight

The World Food Program won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for fighting hunger and seeking to end its use as “a weapon of war and conflict” at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has driven millions more people to the brink of starvation. Announcing the prize, the Norwegian Nobel Committee said it wished “to

Politics

Biden, Harris aim to tip battleground Arizona for Democrats

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris pitched an economic message Thursday during their first joint appearance on the campaign trail, hammering President Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and a failure to address the needs of working Americans. “You’re facing real challenges right now, and the last thing you need is a president

Politics

Next Trump-Biden debates uncertain, though Oct. 22 is likely

The campaign’s final debates between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden were thrown into uncertainty Thursday as the rival camps offered dueling proposals for the remaining faceoffs that have been upended by the president’s coronavirus infection. The chair of the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates told The Associated Press that the final debate, scheduled

Opinion

Opinion: The Bleak Winter Ahead: Unemployment and a Contested Election Result

A winter of discontent looms. Unlike Shakespeare’s Richard III, it won’t be made glorious by anything now in sight. Instead, it promises a tsunami of misery for many and the ugliest election in U.S. history. At a time which calls for new energy, new thinking and a recasting of the social contract, two old men

Politics

Save the Dells offers 2020 Election Endorsements and Critiques

[Disclaimer: These endorsements are from the Save the Dells organization, not Prescott eNews.] We can’t save the Granite Dells if we don’t have elected leaders courageous enough to get the job done. The 2020 election is a big deal for many reasons; add saving the Dells to the list. That’s why we would like to

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