May 28, 2021

Arts & Culture

Phippen Museum’s 47th Annual Western Art Show & Sale Memorial Day Weekend

This extremely popular annual art event features some of the most outstanding Western artists in America today, all seeking the recognition, pride, and prestige this show provides. But almost as important to the participants as pursuing artistic excellence is the special hometown atmosphere and camaraderie this holiday show and sale provides. Many western enthusiasts, art

Fires

Bagdad evacuated due to Spur Fire (Updated this morning)

UPDATE: As of Friday morning (5/28) the Spur Fire is 25% contained. Containment lines held overnight, but the residents remain evacuated. 25 buildings have burned, 20 of these were homes. ****** The town of Bagdad, Arizona, was evacuated Thursday afternoon as the Spur Fire started burning on the north side of town. Over 150 acres

Aviation

Embry-Riddle Flight Team Wins 13th National Championship

The results are in, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Golden Eagles Flight Team will be adding another championship sign along the entrances to the Prescott Campus off of Willow Creek Road. The team won the 2021 NIFA SAFECON (National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference) Championship, making them 13-time national champions and the winningest

Local

Prescott Valley has signed a Development Agreement with the YMCA

The YMCA and Prescott Valley Town Council have approved a Development Agreement that will outline the work necessary for a YMCA facility to become a reality in the Town. The proposed YMCA would be located on a parcel of land, donated by the Fain Signature Group, adjoining the Bob Edwards Park to the south. “I’m

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Mosquitoes, Flies & Spiders are No Match for these Plants

When it comes to the inevitable face-off between you and bugs, keeping them away from your immediate vicinity is a top priority. There are pesticides and bug traps, but these plants reduce the need for so many chemicals around the patio. Plants are in the business of repelling insects as a natural way of defending

Opinion

Opinion: The Afghan Government Will Fall. Good Riddance.

When U.S. troops complete their exit from Afghanistan, they will leave behind one of the world’s most corrupt and ineffective governments and a population still mired in poverty, illiteracy, and disease. Should this matter to Americans? After all, the aim of the 2001 invasion was to bring retribution to al-Qaeda, not to lift Afghanistan out

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