April 11, 2021

Events

Coffee with a Cop at the Prescott Valley IHOP

The Prescott Valley Police Department invites residents to join them for Coffee with a Cop at IHOP, 3000 N. Glassford Hill Road on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. This is an opportunity to ask questions and interact with police officers in a positive, neutral atmosphere. The public is invited for

Buz Blog

Opinion – PINO: President In Name Only

Is Joe Biden really our president? That is really a good question, but you won’t hear it on any of the cable or network TV or radio channels. It won’t be asked in any of the major newspapers. What constitutes the office of the President? The President of the United States is the chief executive

COVID-19

City of Prescott Launches “Prescott CARES” Program

City awarded $427,000 Grant to Help Prescott Residents and Businesses Impacted by the Pandemic Funds will Help Prescott Residents with Rent, Mortgage and Utility Payments and Support Struggling Businesses The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic uncertainty to many individuals, families and businesses, both locally and around the world. Beginning April 15, 2021, Prescott residents and

Crime

Arizona’s 10 Safest Cities of 2021

1. Florence 2. Oro Valley 3. Gilbert 4. San Luis 5. Sahuarita 6. Surprise 7. Somerton 8. Lake Havasu City 9. Maricopa 10. Prescott Valley See if your city made the full list. Nearly 50% of Arizona residents are highly concerned about their safety on a daily basis, and over half (54%) think The Grand

COVID-19

Christ: Slight bump in COVID-19 numbers cause for concern, not alarm

The state health director said Friday that a “very, very small” increase in COVID-19 numbers is cause for concern but not alarm, and should serve as a reminder that people still need to observe health protocols. Dr. Cara Christ, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services, said that overall progress against the pandemic is

Opinion

Opinion: Lawmakers Want the FDA to Remove Vaping Products From the Market Again

House Democrats have asked acting Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Janet Woodcock to remove all vaping products from the market during an ongoing product approval process, despite evidence showing millions of Americans have used these alternatives to stop smoking traditional cigarettes. “Flavored e-cigarettes are putting a new generation of kids at risk of nicotine

Scroll to Top