November 1, 2021

Events

Senator Wendy Rogers to Speak to Verde Valley Republicans

The Verde Valley Republican Club has announced that it will host Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers at their monthly meeting this Tuesday,  November 2, 2021, at the VFW Post 7400,  705 E Aspen Street,  in Cottonwood.  Doors open at 11am. An RSVP is requested at VerdeValleyRepublicans@gmail.com. Senator Wendy Rogers (R-LD6)  was elected to the State Senate in 2020

City of Prescott

Talk of the Town

Winston Churchill once said: “Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence, is the key to unlocking our potential.” Certainly, that describes Prescott’s evolution from a small mining town on the frontier of our country in the 1860’s to the award-winning 21st century community we are today. As my term as your mayor comes to an end,

Movies

Winners of this Year’s Prescott Film Festival Announced!

The winning films have been announced for the 11th Edition of the Prescott Film Festival. For the first time, the film festival’s judges and its attending audiences have selected exactly the same films across the four major award categories. Rickshaw Girl, the compelling story of a Bangladeshi girl who breaks tradition to support her struggling

Arizona State Mine Inspector

Governor Ducey Announces Paul Marsh As Arizona State Mine Inspector

Marsh Will Succeed Inspector Joe Hart, One Of The Longest-Serving Leaders In Governor Ducey’s Administration  Governor Doug Ducey announced the appointment of Paul Marsh to serve as Arizona State Mine Inspector upon Joe Hart’s retirement from Arizona state service. “Paul Marsh has over 25 years of industry experience and will bring a wealth of knowledge

Immigration

DHS tries again to end ‘remain in Mexico’ policy, despite court order

The Department of Homeland Security said Friday it will end the Migrant Protection Protocols, its second attempt to reverse the Trump-era “remain in Mexico” policy that makes asylum seekers wait in Mexico while their cases are considered. In a memo issued Friday, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas conceded that the policy “likely contributed to reduced migratory flows”

Opinion

Opinion: Congress: Drive a Stake Through the Heart of Socialist Drug Price Controls

The Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3) and similar proposals keep rearing their heads in Congress with the purported aim of lowering prescription drug prices and improving Medicare. The problem is, such proposals are shortsighted and ultimately lead to lower quality, fewer options, and diminished health outcomes. H.R. 3, which has been around for years and

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