November 7, 2020

Events

Creationists To Discuss Science and the Bible

The  Prescott chapter of the Arizona Origin Science Association (AzOSA)  has  announced that Jay Seegert,  nationally recognized speaker on Creation Science will give a talk on the scientific evidence for creation at the next AzOSA  meeting on Sunday  afternoon, November 8th. Mr. Seegert will address the question of belief  in the Biblical account of creation and other events

Politics

Biden wins White House, vowing new direction for divided US

Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump to become the 46th president of the United States on Saturday, positioning himself to lead a nation gripped by a historic pandemic and a confluence of economic and social turmoil. His victory came after more than three days of uncertainty as election officials sorted through a surge of

COVID-19

State tops 250,000 COVID-19 cases, 6,000 deaths, renewing safety calls

State officials repeated calls for Arizonans to take commonsense health measures, as the state passed two grim milestones this week in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The Arizona Department of Health Services reported that the state surpassed 6,000 coronavirus-related deaths Tuesday, one day before it reported that total cases had topped the quarter-million mark.

Education

Yavapai College News

Yavapai College Offers Expanded Selection of Hybrid and In-Person Classes in January   Yavapai College has announced an additional slate of more than 50 “hybrid” classes, each of which combine remote study with carefully supervised in-person learning. Registration is already open for these Spring semester classes – which include art, music and physical education. The

State

Arizona’s renewable energy future at play in Corporation Commission races

Two Republicans and a Democrat were leading in the race to secure three of the five seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates publicly owned utilities in a state that faces growing challenges from the effects of climate change. Unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s Office on Friday morning showed Republican Lea Márquez

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