August 4, 2021

Crime

DUI Crash and Arrest in Prescott

On Saturday, July 31, 2021, Prescott Valley officers were patrolling the City of Prescott while Prescott officers attended their annual awards banquet. At approximately 8:10 PM, Prescott Valley Officers responded to a possible DUI hit & run crash around Willow Creek Road and Gail Gardner in Prescott. Officers located the suspect driving an older model

Movies

Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson Story Rides Into Prescott Valley, AUGUST 10

COJO Music/Warner Music Nashville and Trafalgar Releasing are proud to announce a theatrical event release for Dear Rodeo: The Cody Johnson Story, with limited screenings beginning August 10. The film, from rising country music superstar Cody Johnson and Tacklebox Films, recounts Johnson’s real-life journey from the dusty rodeo arenas of rural Texas to some of

Business

Community Compassion Drives Jason Nance to Give Back – Interview

Photo: Jason Nance pictured with the RAW Customs and B&M Painting Teams. Serving his community is important to Jason Nance. For more than 30 years, he has rocketed B&M Painting into a reputable and successful Prescot area business. He accomplished this through hard work and the realization that giving back to your community pays off.

Opinion

Opinion – Joining the Ranks of the Self-Employed: My Three Simple Rules

The post-COVID aftershocks are many. But a most interesting one to me is the trend towards self-employment. A recent survey conducted by Intuit reported that 28 percent of U.S. workers are self-employed and growing. Since I’ve been self-employed for 21 years, it’s a good time to share lessons learned. I still remember the day I

Arizona Corporation Commission

Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Calls for a Hearing on an APS Power Contract

Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Calls for a Hearing on an APS Power Contract that Costs Ratepayers Four Times More than Others; Demands the Arizona Corporation Commission Hold Utilities Accountable or Else Grant of Waiver of Past Commission Mandates Chairwoman of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Lea Márquez Peterson on August 3rd, 2021, filed a letter calling

Politics

Ohio primaries may signal mood of 2022 midterm race

A pair of special congressional primaries Tuesday in Ohio could serve as litmus tests for the moods of the Republican and Democratic parties heading into next year’s midterm elections. After the stinging defeat of one of his endorsed congressional candidates in Texas last week, former President Donald Trump’s sway as a kingmaker among Republicans is

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