Dr. Lyle Rapatcki from Arizona Today, Prescott eNews, interviews Arizona Senator Sonny Borrelli about the new developments in the Senate investigation of the Maricopa County voting machines and ballots.
January 15, 2021
On January 7, 2021, around 9:15 AM, a YCSO K9 Unit conducted a moving violation traffic stop on east I40 near Ash Fork, Arizona. During contact with the driver, 50-year-old Phatsavong Rasasy from Alabama, the deputy could detect an odor of marijuana from the interior of his red Toyota Highlander. Rasasy was extremely nervous and
Yavapai County was filled with open rangeland and cattle in 1962, and only 12,000 residents in Prescott. 59 years later, Watters Garden Center is still recognized as the ‘Best in Class’ place to find plants. The Readers Choice Awards survey thousands of local gardeners throughout Yavapai County and asks their opinion of who their favorite
On January 14, 2021 at about 12:12 pm the Prescott Police Department responded to a single vehicle traffic crash involving a pedestrian who was struck on Sheldon Street at Pleasant Street. Upon arrival officers found that a 75 year old female resident of Prescott was walking, with the walk sign illuminated, in the crosswalk on
Gardeners know the better the soil, the larger the harvest, the brighter the flowers, the easier the gardening. Once you’ve tried digging the first planting hole in a mountain garden, you figure it out. Our native soils are HARD! Successful gardens always come down to soil quality. Skimp on spring preparation to “soften” the ground,
One of Georgia’s 16 presidential electors cast her Electoral College vote for Joe Biden but says, if she had it her way, the United States would do away with the constitutional election process altogether—a radical and dangerous position. “I support abolishing the Electoral College,” former Atlanta City Council President Cathy Woolard said during a recent interview. “I think all