May 7, 2021

Sports

Badgers Fall 1-0 In Winslow’s Final Game – Softball drops 4-1 decision at Mingus

Photo: Kent Winslow coaching at third Varsity Baseball In a completely different game from yesterday, pitching was supreme for both squads, but it was Mingus that prevailed in an old-fashioned pitchers duel 1-0. “You don’t see a lot of teams lose and pitch a no-hitter,” said Badger coach Kent Winslow. “We had some opportunities, had

Crime

Attempted Homicide

On Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at about 10:30 pm, Prescott Valley Police responded to a call of a man down at Quailwood Greens Golf Course, 12625 E. Village Creek, Boulevard in Dewey. Investigation revealed an argument between two men led to one of them driving his F-350 pickup truck into the other and stabbing him

Veterans

Arizona Provides $500K To Combat Veteran Homelessness

Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Housing today announced $500,000 for the United States Veterans Initiative to support its efforts to ensure veterans experiencing homelessness have safe, adequate living conditions. This announcement comes on the first day of Tom Simplot’s new role as Director of the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) and follows

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

7 Flowers to Save Monarch Butterflies

Why do you garden? Before the pandemic, the question was asked with over 2500 replays consolidated into 30 key categories based on the words of local gardeners. The purpose was to identify customer values that would become the basis for my writing calendar, garden content, and weekly garden podcast. You can guess a few, but

Climate Change

With Climate Change, Is It Garbage In, Trillions Out?

One basic principle of computer modeling is “garbage in, garbage out”.  In other words, you can’t model phenomena you don’t understand. Nonetheless, politicians often use bad models to give a veneer of legitimacy to weak ideas. Climate policy is essentially a debate over models. The general circulation models used to evaluate climate are unable to

Legal Beat

Derek Chauvin Appeals for a New 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.] Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd, has formally requested

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