November 8, 2020

Buz Blog

Opinion: What Do We Do Now?

Because of the election on Tuesday and since the results are being contested, this column wasn’t started until Thursday, November 5, 2020. Some of the cable so-called news channels announced that Arizona and a few other states were won by former Vice President Joe Biden before all the votes were counted. There are still several


Opinion: Flags of Opposition: Why the American Flag Isn’t Enough

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Symbols represent concepts, values, and ideologies that are felt more than expressed. You either understand a symbol or you don’t. One key


Hop aboard the Jolly Trolley Santa Adventure this Holiday Season!

How could getting a picture with Santa be even more fun? Well…. by jumping aboard Prescott’s one and only Trolley Bus, of course! Your Trolley Conductor will pick you and your family up at the Granite St Parking Garage in Downtown Prescott. Then, as you drive around the Courthouse square looking at all the lights,


Structure Fire on Copper Basin Road

At 3:30 am Saturday morning the Prescott Regional Communication Center received a report of a structure fire in the 600 block of Copper Basin Road.  Three Prescott Fire Department and one Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority engines responded to the scene.  The first arriving engine was directed by the homeowner to a fire in


GOP Rep. Schweikert fends off Dem challenger in Arizona 6th

Republican Rep. David Schweikert has survived a strong Democratic challenge to win another term representing Arizona’s 6th Congressional District. Schweikert defeated Dr. Hiral Tipirneni, who ran a campaign focusing on healthcare and accusations that Schweikert failed to represent his wealthy suburban Phoenix district. It will be his sixth term in his Congress. He was the