April 18, 2021

Events

Former Senate President Russell Pearce to Speak in Chino Valley

The Yavapai County chapter of the Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) will host former Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce at their upcoming meeting, Saturday,  April 24th,   at 11 AM  at the Bible Baptist Church in Chino, Valley. This is a  new venue for ConCR which has outgrown its former  meeting place at the VFW in Prescott,

Wildfires

Wildfire Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility

The Prescott National Forest wants to remind our visitors about the importance of campfire safety and your part in preventing human-caused wildland fires. Warmer temperatures and spring winds are increasing fire danger across Arizona. Please be vigilant of the high winds and rising temperatures and avoid using anything with an open flame or a spark. 

Sports

Badgers Unable To Ground The Eagles – PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 34 Tyson Potts hit a solo home run in the second inning. Varsity Baseball The Badgers comeback came up one short in a 6-5 loss to the Flagstaff Eagles. Flagstaff managed to get a run off Badger starter Tyson Potts in each of the first three innings. Potts got one back in the bottom of

Environment

Potential jaguar habitat at U.S.-Mexico border identified by UArizona researchers

Although jaguars are widely assumed to live exclusively in Mexico, Central and South America, they once prowled Arizona, New Mexico and Texas before colonizers and poachers in the 19th century drove most of these beautifully spotted big cats out of the U.S. So when Ganesh Marin was studying ecosystems along the border U.S.-Mexico this year,

Opinion

Opinion: Coordination and Decomposition

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the Prescott eNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] We’re at a turning point in our history. America has practically adopted an official state ideology: Critical Race Theory (CRT), which holds that white

COVID-19

You’re not imagining it – 3 ways COVID-19 has been extra hard on American parents

For parents during the pandemic, juggling hasn’t been an option: It’s both work and family, all the time. damircudic/E+ via Getty Images Steven Greene, North Carolina State University and Laurel Elder, Hartwick College For over a year, Americans have been struggling with the challenges imposed on them by the global coronavirus pandemic. While all Americans

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