July 19, 2021

Opinion

Opinion – Prescott City Elections: An Abundance of Talent

Over the decade I’ve followed local government,  the caliber of the candidates standing for election has not always been inspiring.  There have been a few standouts to be sure, but over the years we’ve seen some rather modest talents step forward,  to put the matter charitably. This year is  different. As a matter of editorial policy, 

Sports

Duke City Finds A Way Past Wranglers 71-54: NAZ mistakes costly in home loss

Photo: 15  Skylor Clinton pulls down a 25 yard touchdown reception in the first quarter over Duke City’s Jimmy Keys The Duke City Gladiators knocked off the Arizona Wranglers 71-54 in a quick hitting battle last night at the Prescott Valley Events Center. Another very good crowd was on hand to see the high scoring,

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

STRESS!!!! We all feel stress now and again. Sometimes stress can become a habit of thoughts and emotion that can creep in slowly and become something more serious like anxiety, panic attacks, and depression. All of these things can hijack both your body and mind. Let’s take a look at how stress effects us. Maybe

Opinion

Opinion: PRO Act is One Big Con for Arizona Retailers

Retailers of all shapes and sizes across the Grand Canyon State have been working hard to help local communities return to normal, re-opening their doors, re-igniting job growth, and re-investing in their own operations in order to continue supporting a stronger, more resilient economy across the state. That’s why it is particularly disheartening to hear

Technology

Ecologists compare accuracy of lidar technologies for monitoring forest vegetation

As light detection and ranging (lidar) technology evolves, forest ecology and ecological restoration researchers have been using these tools in a wide range of applications. “We needed an accounting of relative accuracy and errors among lidar platforms within a range of forest types and structural configurations,” said associate professor Andrew Sánchez Meador, executive director of NAU’s

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