On January 22, 2021, just after 11 pm, YCSO deputies were called to a convenience store in the 2700 block of Highway 69, Humboldt, Arizona. Employees stated that 26-year-old Cody Smith walked out of the store with a can of beer and a soda and sped away in a 2011 Ford Escort vehicle. Using the
January 26, 2021
Due to predicted snow and low temperatures, Prescott Public Library Curbside Service and Telephone Reference Service will be closed on Tuesday, January 26. Closure updates and additional information about modified services is available on the library website: http://www.prescottlibrary.info/modified-library-services/ *************** Kids and adults can get crafty and chase away the winter doldrums with Prescott Public Library’s
Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli signed a Proclamation of Emergency, related to the snow event which is currently underway in Prescott. The proclamation is in accordance with ARS 26-311, and allows for the City to seek reimbursement if and when a State or Federal Emergency or Disaster Declaration is made. The snow event which is currently
Governor Doug Ducey declared this week, January 24-30, 2021, Arizona School Choice Week to recognize the importance of ensuring families and students have access to learning options that best fit their unique needs. “Parents, teachers and education champions across the state have worked hard to make Arizona a leader in school choice,” said Governor Ducey.
COVID-19 is on the verge of becoming the leading cause of death in Arizona, surpassing cancer and closing in on heart disease, according to the latest data from the Arizona Department of Health Services. The COVID-19 death toll through Sunday was 12,239, according to numbers reported by the state Monday, a year after the first
Amid moves by some states to declare racism a public health issue, experts are looking to medical schools to identify strategies to improve care for people of color and eliminate disparities related to a patient’s race or ethnicity. Dr. David Acosta, chief diversity and inclusion officer with the Association of American Medical Colleges, said students’