Dr. Lyle Rapacki gives an update of Arizona’s forensic audit, debunks various lies put out by the media, and reads a few letters.
June 5, 2021
Some people can still get sick after getting vaccinated for COVID-19. Dragana991/iStock via Getty Images Plus Arif R. Sarwari, West Virginia University Imagine last night you developed a little runny nose and a sore throat. When you woke up this morning you started coughing and had a fever. In the past year, your mind would
Poor William Rosecrans was having a tough time in 1863. He was a Union general during the Civil War with two pressing problems. First, Abraham Lincoln was riding him hard because he hadn’t driven the Confederate army out of Tennessee. But that was child’s play compared to his other dilemma: What to do with all
Members of the public are invited to attend the Yavapai College Chino Valley Open House on Saturday, June 12 from 10 a.m. to noon. The campus is located at 2275 Old Home Manor Drive in Chino Valley. Attendees may tour facilities, seek assistance with registration, financial aid, and academic advising; and learn about the various
[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.] We are witnessing a mass delusion of historic proportions. Thumbnail credit: Rossographer/Geograph.ie CC BY-SA 2.0 The death of George Floyd has given rise
With less than four weeks remaining in this fiscal year, local governments in Arizona are anxiously watching state budget negotiations that they fear could end up delivering a “huge hit” to city and town finances. At issue in the stalled budget negotiations is a proposal to lower the state income tax to an across-the-board 2.5%,