September 11, 2021


News from Save the Dells

On August 24th, 2021 the escrow period for the designated 473.7 acres of core Granite Dells land closed and was officially transferred into public ownership as Natural Open Space (NOS). This successful transaction is perhaps the single most important result of the years-long negotiation process surrounding Arizona Eco Development (AED)’s proposed Development Agreement (DA) and annexation. With the DA and annexation


Top 5 Attractions and Places to Visit in Northern Arizona

Northern Arizona is one of the most interesting places to visit in the entire country. Full of natural wonders, vibrant and exciting cities, and charming little towns, the state has an abundance of places for tourists to check out. The state is perhaps best known for the Grand Canyon, an impressive natural landmark that brings


Opinion: Toxic Victimhood

Are you a racist? ALL white people are, says “White Fragility” author Robin DiAngelo. Race explains everything, says bestselling “How to Be an Antiracist” author Ibram X. Kendi. “Every policy is either racist or anti-racist.” Kendi’s and DiAngelo’s books are now recommended reading at schools, corporations and in the military. Both authors command high speaking


Badminton Wins Again, Volleyball Drops A Close One: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: Lauren Farley Badminton The streak continues as the Badgers improved to (4-0) on the young season, with a 9-0 sweep over the Shadow Mountain Matadors, at Prescott High School yesterday afternoon. It was the first region match for the Badgers (1-0), and they passed, completely dominating the visiting Matadors. Shadow Mountain falls to (2-2)


Governor Ducey: Arizona Pursuing All Legal And Administrative Actions To Stop Biden Mandates

Governor Doug Ducey today issued a statement regarding President Biden’s COVID-19 mandates. “Yesterday, Americans watched an angry and desperate President Biden attempt to change the subject following his irresponsible and dangerous withdrawal from Afghanistan⁠. Rather than fielding questions about that, he decided to instead wage a domestic war ⁠— a war on our Constitution. President


Opinion: 20 Years After 9/11, We’re Asking, ‘What If?’

Millions remember exactly what they were doing when first hearing about awful events. The day John F. Kennedy was shot, November 22, 1963, I’d been sleeping after an overnight shift for a newspaper in New York. For some reason, I had to call about paying a parking ticket. The woman who took the call was

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