Prescott Public Library is pleased to announce that beginning Monday, March 1, the library will reopen and return to a seven-day per week schedule. Curbside service through reservations and Click & Collect will end Friday, February 26 at 6 pm, with reservations closing at noon. Curbside service will not be available Saturday, February 27 to
February 22, 2021
PHS Sports Roundup Varsity Boys Basketball The Prescott Badgers held a two point lead with just over 90 seconds to play, but a series of unfortunate events led to a Mesquite comeback and a 67-55 win over the visiting Badgers. Coach Travis Stedman, “It was a back and forth game, and actually a really great
At least a dozen refineries have been impacted throughout the southern U.S., with no less than 3.48 million barrels of refining capacity lost every 24 hours. Motorists should brace themselves for even higher gas prices in the days ahead, enhanced by the extreme cold weather hitting much of the country. According to GasBuddy, the travel
January Border Arrests Reach Highest Level In A Decade As Some Migrants Expect Softer Treatment Under Biden
Over 75,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended for crossing the border into the U.S. last month, breaking record numbers for the highest number of January apprehensions in over a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The majority of illegal immigrants who were apprehended in January 2021 were single adults, though Border Patrol agents detained 7,260
Two weeks ago, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) released her much-anticipated antitrust bill that, if enacted, will become the most significant change in antitrust law since the adoption of the consumer welfare standard in the 1970s. While Klobuchar’s Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act (CALERA) does not explicitly mention big tech, political analysts agree it
Two days before the storm began, Houston’s chief elected official warned her constituents to prepare as they would for a major hurricane. Many took heed: Texans who could stocked up on food and water, while nonprofits and government agencies set out to help those who couldn’t. But few foresaw the fiasco that was to come.