August 15, 2021

Sports

Reid, Barney, and Handelman Earn Tournament Wins

The Mile Hi Memorial Horseshoe Pitching Tournament was held at the Watson Lake courts on Saturday. The three classes of pitchers battled it out on a beautiful day in Prescott. Bruce Reid, from Congress, had 100 ringers on the day and that was good enough to help him win first place in the Class A

Buz Blog

Opinion: Dope is for Dopees

As I was approaching adolescence, my father sat me down for a talk about what I could expect during my teenage years. My dad was a big man, six foot three inches and over two hundred pounds. He had been a Ranger in the South Pacific during World War II. His Ranger training included the

Arizona State Legislature

Statement from Legislative Republicans on School Districts’ Refusal to Follow State Law

State Representative Jake Hoffman, along with 25 legislative Republicans, issued the following statement on the local Arizona governments refusing to follow state law: Under Arizona’s constitutional form of government, local governments do not have the authority or power to usurp state law simply because they disagree, yet that is precisely the kind of illegal activity

History

HOLY COW! HISTORY: The Caffeine Crazed Chief Executive

Teddy Roosevelt crammed a lot of living into his 60 years on this planet. He won the Medal of Honor (posthumously) for fighting in one war and the Nobel Peace Prize for ending another. He was a Harvard-educated rancher in the Wild West, a New York socialite, and a big game hunter and conservationist who

Opinion

Opinion: James Madison and the American Colonization Society

[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.] Now that David French is gone, Jay Nordlinger may be the worst writer at National Review. One can always count on him to defend the most useless points

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