October 31, 2021

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Opinion: Weaponizing Government Against Its Citizens

“He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people and eat out their substance.” – Declaration of Independence Halloween is a time when one would expect to see scary creatures, eerie happenings and strange occurrences in the movies, on TV and around the neighborhood. This year, however,


Badgers Back On Track With 29-6 Win Over Flagstaff : PHS Sports Roundup

Photo:1 Cervando Vega attempts to get past 44 Spencer Smith. The Prescott Badgers bounced back after their loss to the Mesquite Wildcats last week, with a 29-6 win over the visiting Flagstaff Eagles. A nearly capacity crowd was on hand for the homecoming game, to see the Badgers build a 14-0 lead in the opening


HOLY COW! HISTORY: The Star-Crossed Love of Stanny and Sara

Some loves are doomed from the start. The attraction, the desire, the passion are genuine and sincere. But people, timing, and events conspire to make it a stillborn affair forced to remain forever buried in the star-crossed lovers’ hearts. Tall, beautiful, 21-year-old Sarah was a prize catch in New York’s Hudson River blueblood society of


On Halloween, real witches set the record straight

Flying broomsticks, evil spells and pointy hats usually come to mind when people think of witches. But Rosemary Szymanski-Lockett, a retired elementary school teacher, and Stefani Michelle, who has a communications degree, don’t fit that description. Halloween is here, and so are the classic images of haggard green faces with big warty noses toiling over


Opinion: ‘Estimates Look Bad but Reality Will Be Far Worse’

[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.] “The estimates look bad, but the reality will be far worse.” This subtitle from the April 1983 cover story of Instauration is probably the


A post-Trump test for Democrats looms in Virginia election

For four years, nothing rallied Democrats like the push to get Donald Trump out of office. Now, they’re not sure what to do without him. Democrats in Virginia are scrambling to stave off disaster in the state’s governor’s race — the most competitive major election since Trump left the White House. The surprisingly tight contest

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