February 11, 2021

Local

Prescott NF Waives Fees for Presidents Day;

The Prescott National Forest (Prescott NF) will waive fees at day-use recreation sites on Monday, February 15, 2021, to celebrate Presidents Day. All Prescott NF offices will be closed on Monday, February 15 for the federal holiday, resuming virtual business hours on Tuesday, February 16. The Forest Service participates in fee-free days with other federal

Sports

Badgers Come Home And Beat Flagstaff 58-48

Lady Badgers have a rough night on the road It took awhile, but the Prescott Badgers finally had a home game. The Badgers came out on fire to open a 38-15 lead, but had to hold on for a 58-48 victory. Coach Travis Stedman said, “ It was nice to be home and get a

Social Media

Facebook to Stop Recommending Civic and Political Groups

In November, the last U.S. polls were full of fear for potential unrest among the United States of America’s citizens. And the politics each online forum peddled did little to ease the situation. Most online platforms attempted to preach peace through various groups and communities, but even that did not stop members of such civic

Opinion

Opinion – COVID: Chronology and Context

It’s hard to get a straight story on COVID statistics once politicians and the media get involved, and they have been driving this fact-adjacent narrative for almost a year now. Their non-stop scare-mongering, combined with a persistent lack of context, has turned half of us into quivering cowards, while the other half ignores legitimate warnings.

HIV

Pandemic prompts changes to HIV testing and treatment in metro Phoenix

In a downtown parking garage, a health care worker, dressed in protective gear, waits for cars to pull up for drive-thru HIV tests. Inside the building, volunteers assemble packages of at-home tests and condoms to be shipped across the state. Elsewhere in metro Phoenix, a van travels to neighborhoods whose residents may face higher risk

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