October 29, 2020

Events

Congressman Gosar to Speak in Prescott

The Yavapai County chapter of Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) will host Congressman Paul Gosar (R-CD4), at their upcoming meeting this Saturday, October 31, 2020,  11 am at the VFW in Prescott Valley.  Dr. Gosar entered politics after a career as a dentist in the Flagstaff area which was then part of CD4.  He was

Local

Chino Valley Drive Through Trick or Treat

The Town of Chino Valley will be hosting a Drive Through Trick or Treat Event on Saturday, October 31, 2020 at Memory Park, located at the intersection of Palomino Rd and N Road 1 West. This is a free event that will begin at 2:30 pm, ending at 4:30 pm. The public is asked to

Local

13th Annual Courthouse Christmas Lighting Auction

The event that funds nearly 50 percent of the annual courthouse lighting is live. The Friends of the Jersey Lilly Saloon launched the 13th annual Courthouse Christmas Lighting Auction on Monday. Auction items will be added through the week but interested parties can now register for and view the silent and live auction at TheFriendsofJLS.

Opinion

Opinion: Why Are We So POLARIZED?!?

Which way are we headed, politically, and why are we so polarized? My first political memory is from age six — Election Night 1960. (I was irritated at being sent to bed before the winner was known.) Twelve years later, at age 18, energized by the ongoing collapse of segregation in my home state of

State

Governor Ducey Announces $7 Million For Housing And Rental Assistance

Governor Doug Ducey today announced $7 million to expand available rental assistance and help keep people in their homes. The funding comes from the Crisis Contingency and Safety Net Fund, established in March through a bipartisan state budget agreement that added $50 million for Arizona’s COVID-19 response. “Ensuring Arizonans have safe, reliable housing during this

State

#ChalkTheVote: Arizona families hit the sidewalks to encourage voting

Divya Yoder and her family were out on the sidewalk in front of their home one recent Sunday, writing chalk messages to encourage their neighbors to vote. “Vote early,” one read. “United we stand,” read another. The Yoders weren’t the only family taking chalk to concrete with similar messages in recent days. Hundreds of Arizonans

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