November 6, 2021

Emergency Services

Single Vehicle injury collision

On Thursday November 4th, 2021 at around 3:15 pm, the Prescott Police Department responded to the 2000 block of Williamson Valley Road in reference to a single vehicle collision. Through the investigation it was discovered that a 65 year old Prescott woman and her 91 year old passenger, also from Prescott, were involved in a

Opinion

Opinion: Mr. McConnell, Tear Down the Senate and Secure Our Border

The Biden administration is abandoning Americans on two fronts. In Afghanistan, hundreds of U.S. citizens remain stranded and vulnerable to Taliban aggression. While they may be alone in a Taliban-controlled country, they are not the only victims of President Joe Biden’s malfeasance. Along our southern border, the Biden administration is similarly ignoring the plight of the American

Employment

Governor Ducey Announces $1 Million To Connect Arizonans In Need With Job Opportunities

Governor Doug Ducey announced $1,037,960 for St. Joseph the Worker to expand its Workforce Village program to support transitional housing and services that assist individuals experiencing homelessness with finding full-time employment and managing finances. “Across the state, there are resources available for Arizonans who have fallen on hard times and could use guidance to get

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Virginia Secedes From Biden’s Party

“I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.” With this remark — arrogant, dismissive, contemptuous — in his debate with Glenn Youngkin, Terry McAuliffe committed a historic gaffe. From that debate forward, his poll numbers steadily sank until McAuliffe lost his lead, and with it, the election. And going down to

Border Towns

Nogales businesses hope reopening the border will reverse losses from pandemic

After 19 months, this Arizona border city will reopen Monday to nonessential travelers from Mexico, giving its 20,000 residents hope that business – and life – may return to pre-pandemic normal. Fully vaccinated Mexicans will be able to shop just in time for the holidays, normally a booming time of year, when, pre-pandemic, Nogales averaged

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