November 4, 2021

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

34 Perennials to Cut Back in Fall & How to Grow Them

Most perennial hibernate underground through winter. Some are downright ugly after our first hard frost and harbor pest and disease unless cut back by the end of the year. You protect these perennials for the cold months ahead and spark healthier new growth next spring by cutting back these perennials. Here are perennials to cut


Bears End Badgers Season With A Hat Trick 3-0: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 10 Kari Kasun and 7 Lexi Wasil attempt to block a kill attempt by 12 Anna Daines. An interesting twist to start this year’s Division 4 state playoffs, matching up rivals Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain. The Bears who beat Flagstaff twice in the regular season, winning the Grand Canyon Region undefeated at (12-0), still

Arts & Culture

Arizona Philharmonic Presents Sonoran Winds Quintet November 14

Photo: Scott Richardson, AZ Phil principal clarinetist, Prescott resident and retired member of the Air Force Academy Band leads the Sonoran Winds Quintet Arizona Philharmonic (AZ Phil), Prescott’s regional professional orchestra, presents the Sonoran Winds Quintet, Sunday, November 14 at 3 p.m. in the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. Organized by AZ Phil principal clarinetist


Opinion: Youngkin’s Virginia Win Holds A Lesson For Republicans Coast To Coast

Richmond, Virginia is 324 miles from my home in Surfside Beach, S.C. But the aftershocks from Tuesday’s seismic election in the Old Dominion are being distinctly felt here in the Palmetto State and nationwide. What happened was more than Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin defeating former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe. That alone was significant because as


Latest Datos report predicts a boom in Hispanic homebuying over next two decades

Arizona is one of the top five states in the U.S. adding Latino homebuyers in the past 10 years, with nearly 82,000 new homeowners, according to a 2021 study by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. That and other data are part of the annual report “Datos: The State of Arizona’s Hispanic Market,”

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: America’s Nutty Professor of Anti-White Rage

Brittney Cooper — sorry, that’s Dr. Brittney Cooper — certainly takes the cake for the nation’s worst tenured radical (at least for this week, until the next academic nutjob erupts). Armed with a Bachelor of Arts in English and political science from Howard University and a doctorate in American Studies from Emory University, the Rutgers

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