December 12, 2020

Creation Corner

Creation Corner: Praying for all of Yavapai County

David talks with guest, Steve Joannes, about creation science and the proper perspective of viewing the Bible (the correct Biblical worldview). Joannes  walked around Prescott Valley praying for all the people in it, and how he then walked every street delivering a gospel tract to every home & apartment – a true spiritual warrior.

State

AG Brnovich Announces $2 Million Investment in Fiber-Optic Infrastructure in Arizona

AG Brnovich Announces $2 Million Lumen Technologies Arizona Investment in Fiber-Optic Infrastructure The investment will benefit small businesses, consumers, and government services in underserved rural areas. Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Lumen Technologies (Lumen), formerly known as CenturyLink, announced that the company will invest $2 million in fiber-optic infrastructure across Arizona. The investment is required

Legal Beat

Prescott Valley Police Make Arrest in Case of Shots Fired into Deputy’s Home

On Tuesday, December 8, 2020, the Prescott Valley Police Department arrested a male subject regarding the December 3rd early morning shooting into the occupied dwelling of a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Deputy. Among others, the subject was charged with: Attempted Second Degree Murder, Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon, Aggravated Assault Upon A Peace Officer, Discharge of

Opinion

Opinion: The International Spread of QAnon

QAnon is a far-right conspiracy theory alleging that a cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles is running a global child sex-trafficking ring and plotting against President Donald Trump, who is tirelessly fighting the cabal. The Pew Research Center has shown that Americans’ awareness of QAnon has doubled from 23 percent to 47 percent from March until September.

COVID-19

House calls: Arizona lawmakers land in COVID-19 quarantine more often

Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Peoria, said it can be hard to be socially distant when a large part of your job requires being social. From interacting with constituents, to boarding planes between D.C. and Arizona, to voting on the House floor, Lesko said it’s challenging for members of Congress to limit possible exposure to the coronavirus.

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