January 31, 2021


Seven YC students named All-Arizona Academic Team Scholars

Seven Yavapai College students have earned membership on the 2020 All-Arizona Academic Team, winning tuition-free state university transfer scholarships for their academic success, their leadership forays and community–service contributions. The seven scholars representing academic and career-training programs at four YC campuses and centers will be feted during a virtual celebration in February honoring All-Arizona Academic Team scholars from all Arizona community colleges.  YC President Dr.


Opinion: COVID-19 Is an Unprecedented Tragedy; It Also Made Medical History

Throughout 2020 and the initial weeks of 2021, we’ve all had an unwanted, front seat view of a deadly pandemic. But at the same time, we can’t ignore the fact that we’re also witnessing history-making medical achievements. Only months after the deadly outbreak began, not one but two highly-effective and remarkably safe vaccines are currently


Whiskey Off-Road Organizer Announces 2021 Event Cancellation

Organizers of the Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike event have notified City staff that the event has been cancelled for 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.   Event organizer Todd Sadow, with Epic Rides informed the City of Prescott earlier this week. In an announcement to their 30,000 followers, here is what Epic Rides said: With

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Opinion: What To Expect From a Biden Administration

Now that Joe Biden has been inaugurated as President, what can we expect? Biden has issued some dozens of executive orders. Not as many as one would expect, have directly reversed policies of the prior Trump Administration, but most will have a major impact on our country, our people, the economy, and the world. In


Biden ban on new private prison contracts will not reach ICE detainees

President Joe Biden’s order that the Justice Department stop contracting with private prisons could eventually affect thousands of inmates – but not the roughly 3,000 immigrants being held in private facilities in Arizona. Biden said Tuesday that his executive order is part of an effort to promote racial equity and is needed to “stop corporations

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