March 28, 2021

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Today with Col. Philip Waldron – Part 1

Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews Col. Philip Waldron about Arizona’s forensic audit. The Col. draws back the curtain a bit on the problems and explains why the audit is taking so long to setup, as well as what the audit will be covering.

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Opinion: How to Cancel Fun, Happiness, Safety and Contentment

With the leftists in power, with every group of malcontents claiming victimhood, with the counter culture trying to demolish anyone and everyone who disagrees with their stilted view of the world, we are in for a bumpy ride. That is, until these radicals destroy themselves, as they ultimately will. Al Franken, the former Senator from


USDA Forest Service stands ready to respond to wildfire, will you stand with us?

Wildfire Awareness Week is March 28 to April 3 USDA Forest Service and its tribal, state, and local partners are taking steps to reduce the risk of wildfires, keep communities safe and landscapes resilient.  While land management agencies prepare for wildfires throughout the year, Wildfire Awareness Week is a reminder for homeowners to prepare year-round and


NAU bioengineer partners with industry expert, NAU Innovations to launch successful spin-off commercializing mobility technologies

Many faculty researchers at Northern Arizona University invent new technologies that are granted patents—in fiscal year 2020 alone, NAU inventors were issued 19 patents, filed 41 new patent applications and submitted 43 new invention disclosures. Because of the effort and investment involved, however, not many researchers have the resources needed to commercialize their inventions, much


Opinion: Blacks Won’t Be Better Off When Whites Are a Minority

[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.] Photo: Smith’s barber shop in Zebulon, NC. Although the shop has a sign in Spanish to entice the large Hispanic population of

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