March 7, 2021

Events

Superintendent of Education to Speak In Prescott

The Citizens Tax Committee (CTC)  has announced that Tim Carter, Yavapai County Superintendent of Education will be the featured speaker at their next meeting, Wednesday,  March 10, 2021,  set for 1:00 PM at the Rowle P. Simmons Adult Center, 1280 E. Rosser Street, in Prescott.  The Citizens Tax Committee meets on the second Wednesday of

Opinion

Opinion: Biden Dejame Entrar Por Favor

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Yesterday, a group of Hispanics reached the San Ysidro border checkpoint in California and appealed to President Joe Biden to let them

Science

NAU astronomer receives prestigious 2021 Cottrell Scholar Award

A Northern Arizona University astronomer who studies the atmospheres of solar system worlds, exoplanets and brown dwarfs has been recognized for his academic leadership and the quality and innovation of his research. The Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA) recently named Tyler Robinson, assistant professor in NAU’s Department of Astronomy and Planetary Science, a 2021 Cottrell Scholar. This

Sports

Badgers Down Lee Williams 56-36 On Senior Night

Prescott High School Sports Roundup Varsity Boys Basketball The Prescott Badgers took the court in the Badger Dome for one final time this season for Senior Night, and picked up their 10th win, with a 56-36 win over the Lee Williams Volunteers. Five seniors started for the Badgers, who opened up a six point lead

Opinion

Opinion – A Teacher’s Perspective: What Education Sec. Miguel Cardona Should Focus on First

Fulfilling Pres. Joe Biden’s pledge to reopen schools will be the biggest challenge and test for Miguel Cardona, the new education secretary. Tensions between educators, parents, and local officials are escalating across the United States as schools attempt to resume in-person classes. Cities including San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia are braced for protests, strikes,

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