September 23, 2021

Dining Out

The County Seat to Host Farm to Table Dinner Series

As we all know, the past two years have had a tremendous impact on small businesses, restaurants, creatives and the community. In response, The County Seat is gearing up to host the Farmers’ Harvest Dinner Series — a six-part, farm-to-table dinner series with the mission to help foster community relations, support the Prescott Farmers Market, and to

Yavapai College

YC memorializes beloved art faculty member with Verde campus gallery renaming

The woman universally described by her former students and colleagues as a fiercely dedicated champion of Yavapai College art programs is being honored posthumously with the renaming of the YC Verde Art Gallery in her honor. The Patty McMullen-Mikles Gallery of Yavapai College naming ceremony, celebrating the life and legacy of the successful artist and

Sports

Badgers Comeback To Down Lee Williams 3-1: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 2 Ella Bleu Edwards and 10 Kari Kasun go up against 18 Brook Hunter of Lee Williams. Volleyball The Badgers improved to (5-3) on the season with a tough hard fought 3-1 win over the Lee Williams Volunteers. The Badger Dome was rocking as the two teams put on show in a nip and

Opinion

Opinion: Migrant Crisis Prompts Feds to Enforce Border But States Should Act, Too

After the alarming surge of 15,000 illegal border crossers fording the Rio Grande into Del Rio, Texas in just a few days, the Biden administration has finally cried ‘uncle’ and begun to enforce our border laws.  It is an important admission that, on top of the Afghanistan fiasco, Biden’s open border approach is undermining public

Drought

This year’s monsoon has been one of Arizona’s wettest

Arizona’s monsoon season officially ends Sept. 30, and this year’s rains already have made 2021 among the highest on record. The season, which begins June 15, started off fairly dry, but once the monsoon rains arrived, they broke records in some areas of the state, Arizona State Climatologist Erinanne Saffell said. By the end of

Opinion

Opinion: Charity That Changes Lives

Government-run schools fail kids. Teachers unions and education bureaucrats say, “We need more money!” But America already spends a fortune on public schools. My town, New York City, spends $28,000 per student — half-a-million dollars per classroom! Think about what you could do with that money: Hire five teachers? Pay for private tutors? Where does

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