July 24, 2021

Local

City of Prescott Seeks Public Input Regarding City Hall Redevelopment

Following the purchase of a new City Hall Building at 201 N. Montezuma Street, the city plans to pursue requests for qualifications (RFQ) and then requests for proposals (RFP) from the private sector on the redevelopment of the current City Hall site at 201 S. Cortez Street. The city is seeking public input on concepts

Wildfires

Preparing for Rain Events Post-Fire

While many wildfires cause minimal damage to the land and pose few threats to the land or people downstream, some fires result in damage that requires special efforts to reduce impacts afterwards. Loss of vegetation exposes soil to erosion; water run-off may increase and cause flooding, soil and rock may move downstream. The BAER (Burned

Technology

Screentime can make you feel sick – here are ways to manage cybersickness

Your devices can trigger symptoms similar to motion sickness. Bakal/Stock via Getty Images Plus Angelica Jasper, Iowa State University Do you ever feel like the light of your computer screen is burrowing into your eyes and making your head pulse? Or feel dizzy or nauseous after looking at your phone? While you might think these

Opinion

Opinion: Drought Will Destabilize the West, Forcing Huge Changes

The big story isn’t in Washington. It’s out West. It’s the drought. After the fires have gone out (there are 80), the crops have failed, the herds have been culled, and the home lawns and gardens have shriveled up, the re-engineering of the West will have to begin. Many things will have to change. Technology

Immigration

DACA recipients’ future uncertain – again – after latest court ruling

A federal judge’s ruling that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is unlawful should have no practical impact on more than 600,000 covered immigrants for now – but it is sure to have an emotional impact, advocates say. “I think it’s the mental toll,” said José Patiño, a DACA recipient and director of education

Opinion

Opinion – Alabama to Araucanía: Racial Polarization Looks the Same

[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.] In the USA, the GOP’s share of the white vote is highest in states with the most blacks. Whites in northern states

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