On Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at approximately 9:06 A.M., Prescott Police Officers responded to a three vehicle rear-end collision on State Route 69 just east of Lowes. Through the course of the investigation it was determined that westbound traffic on State Route 69 slowed as a deer attempted to cross the roadway. As traffic slowed,
October 13, 2021
Photo: Nicole Raiss Badminton Prescott made it 13 straight with a 9-0 sweep on the road over the Peoria Panthers. The Badgers remain on top of the AIA Division II rankings, while the Panthers fall to (2-10). Only #2 Campo Verde at (9-0), and #1 Prescott (13-0) remain perfect on the season in Division II.
Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to burn debris piles near the community of Groom Creek, in and around Iron Springs, Lynx Lake, Walker Road, Goldwater Lake and near White Spar Campground. Recent moisture and higher humidity provide desired conditions to burn piles created from previous fuels reduction projects. Ignitions are planned to
This week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it has directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to “investigate” threats of violence at school board meetings as possible acts of domestic violence. The real truth is that Joe Biden is now weaponizing the DOJ to go after parents that oppose the Far-Left Socialist Critical Race Theory he
4 reasons Americans are still seeing empty shelves and long waits – with Christmas just around the corner
Consumers are still finding bare store shelves. AP Photo/David Zalubowski Kevin Ketels, Wayne State University Walk into any U.S. store these days and you’re likely to see empty shelves. Shortages of virtually every type of product – from toilet paper and sneakers to pickup trucks and chicken – are showing up across the country. Looking
Arizona projects got $110 million last year and will get another $159 million in the fiscal year that started this month, or more than 9% of all funding nationally under the Great American Outdoors Act for those two years. The money, dedicated largely to national parks but also to federal lands and tribal schools, has