November 9, 2020

Opinion

Veterans Day – Three Viewpoints

Opinion: Veterans Day Is About Much More Than Shopping Robert L. Wilkie | InsideSources.com Veterans Day will no doubt be a day of discounts, sales and other attempts by retailers to make it easier for Americans with a day off to spend some of their time shopping. Giving veterans 20 percent off is one small way

Local

Vehicle Rescue on Old Senator Rd

On Sunday morning Prescott Fire Department was called to rescue a woman in her 70’s that had driven off the side of the road along Old Senator Road.  The woman had gone off the roadway and nearly rolled down a 100-foot high angle embankment to the drainage below.  Fortunately for the driver, the undercarriage of

Politics

Tipirneni concedes to Schweikert in District 6, as incumbents sweep

Democratic challenger Hiral Tipirneni conceded to Rep. David Schweikert, R-Fountain Hills, in the race for Arizona’s 6th District congressional seat Saturday, after days of counting saw her election night lead evaporate. The latest election results, released Saturday, showed Schweikert’s lead was continuing to grow, with the five-term Republican holding a 52.15% to 47.85% margin and

Politics

Presidential race called for Biden, Arizona plays pivotal role in historic election

Crowds erupted in both celebration and protest across the nation, including in Arizona, shortly after news organizations called the presidential election for former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday. Arizonans had mixed reactions about electing the Democrat to become the 46th president of the United States, especially when votes are still being counted here. Both

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