March 27, 2021

Legal Beat

A Trip to the Hospital Leads to a Father and Son Team Getting Busted with a Half Pound of Meth

On March 14, 2021 detectives from Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (P.A.N.T.) received a call from the Cottonwood Police Department who were investigating a possible discovery of methamphetamine from an individual located at the Verde Valley Medical Center. PANT detectives were called out to investigate and made contact with 68-year-old Warren Domenick and his son, 24-year-old


Badgers Pick Up Many Wins On Thursday – PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 13 Makayla Reyes slides into second base as 9 Izabel Pozar attempts to apply the tag. Reyes was called out on the play in the Badgers 12-2 win over Coconino. Varsity Softball The Prescott Badgers remained unbeaten on the season with a 12-2, five inning contest, at Prescott High School yesterday. The teams battled


Opinion: Restricting Credit Harms People Who Policymakers Want to Help

As America is getting on the road to economic recovery, several states are proposing terrible new alternative credit laws that would have disastrous consequences. Illinois, Kansas, and New Mexico are considering laws to make it more difficult for working-class families to use non-bank lenders, possibly joining Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania in enacting failed policies that lock scores of everyday folks out of


Arizona Announces State Fair Returning This Year

This Year’s Temporary Location Will Be Larger And Safer; Allows Fair Grounds To Provide Vital Public Health Needs Governor Doug Ducey applauded today’s unanimous decision by the Arizona State Fair Board to temporarily relocate the State Fair to a new, larger and safer location for 2021. The Arizona State Fair is an annual event that


Opinion : The White Man Goes on Trial

[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.] Will he get a fair shake? Impossible. On Monday, Derek Chauvin’s trial will begin. He is, of course, the Minneapolis policeman who


Arizona highway deaths rose during pandemic, as driving was declining

Traffic deaths in Arizona surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, even as the number of miles driven in the state appeared to be decreasing, according to preliminary statistics from 2020. There were 1,072 deaths on the state’s highways in 2020, the most in at least the past 10 years and a sharp increase from the 980

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