June 6, 2021

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum with Sheriff David Rhodes

On Monday, June 14, the Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will have Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes as their guest speaker.  In addition, two candidates will be speaking, Andrew W. Gould (for Arizona Attorney General), and Representative Walter Blackman (for the U.S. House of Representatives, CD1 ). Sheriff David Rhodes is a 27-year veteran of the

Emergency Services

Distressed Hiker on the Watson Circle Trail

At about 4 PM on Saturday, June 5th, Prescott Regional Communication Center received a 911 call regarding a person in distress on the Watson Circle Trail just north of the Watson Lake dam in Prescott. The patient was a 69-year-old male who was apparently hiking alone and asked a passerby for assistance. Both people went

Opinion

Opinion: The Allure of the Side Hustle

In the litany of one-liners spoken at college commencements, here is one told to me years ago that I haven’t been able to verify but am also unable to forget: “This generation will go to their grave with their options open.” It was purportedly said at a Yale graduation—a group that would likely have had

Events

Granite Mountain Hotshots Virtual Run/Walk Fundraiser

On June 19-25, 2021, we are holding a Fundraiser Virtual Run/Walk and would really appreciate it if you would share the run information with your family, friends and colleagues. With your support, we will continue to honor the memory of the 19 and educate the community about Wildland Fire and Prevention. We are an all-volunteer

Buz Blog

Opinion: A Debt That Can Never Be Repaid

Last Monday was Memorial Day and today is the 77th anniversary of D-Day. Those days should remind us of the sacrifice of those who have served this country in the military, and their family members who shared in that sacrifice. Every year on Memorial Day we honor those who gave their lives in all of our

Social Science

To stay or to go: NAU forestry professor receives grant to investigate human decision-making to better inform wildfire evacuation

Catrin Edgeley, assistant professor of Northern Arizona University’s School of Forestry has received a $400,000 grant as part of the National Center for Atmospheric Research’s (NCAR) Early Career Faculty Innovator Program to investigate how people view wildfires and make decisions about whether to evacuate. The grant, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, will allow Edgeley to work

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