October 3, 2021

Events

Camp Verde Conservatives Host Candidates

The Camp Verde chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Kara Woods,  a local Prescott Unified School District Governing  Board Member and candidate for state Superintendent of Public Instruction will speak at their upcoming meeting, this Tuesday, October 5th,  at their new  location, the VFW Post 7400 in Cottonwood. Also speaking is Nick

Sports

Badgers Rally Comes Up Short 15-13: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 24 Cody Leopold carries the ball, led by 34 Ethan Ammerman blocking on 17 Christian Roman of Blue Ridge. Football After four straight weeks of falling behind early and coming back to win, the Prescott Badgers were unable to make it five, suffering a tough 15-13 home loss to the Blue Ridge Yellow Jackets.

Buz Blog

Opinion: Powerful Democrats Never Change

I just finished reading a book by local author, Mike Rothmiller, entitled, Bombshell – The Night Bobby Kennedy Killed Marilyn Monroe. Mike worked the Organized Crime Intelligence Division of the Los Angeles Police Department for years in the late 1970s and early 1980s. (My father retired from that unit in 1971.) Rothmiller had access to, and read

Firefighters

Governor Ducey Orders Flags At Half Staff In Honor Of Fallen Firefighters

Governor Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, October 3, in honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service. “Arizona is grateful for the bravery, selflessness and dedicated service of our firefighters,” said Governor Ducey. “When peril arises, they’re the ones we call. They

Crime

Arizonans hopeful that focus on missing Indigenous persons may pay off

Duane Garvais-Lawrence pulled into Washington, D.C., Friday, ending his second annual coast-to-coast trip to bring attention to the problem of missing and murdered Indigenous women – a trip he hopes he does not have to make again. “The blood on this RV … is on America’s conscience,” Garvais-Lawrence said of the red names of victims

History

Holy Cow! History: The Forgotten First Fatality

Mary Ward did a lot of remarkable things. She was highly learned at a time when women were denied a formal education. She was a bold pioneer in a field dominated almost entirely by men. And she was even one of three women admitted into a prestigious British organization (with one of the others being

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