November 10, 2021


November Living History at Sharlot Hall Explores Arizona Military History

The Sharlot Hall Museum’s Living History Adventure on Saturday, November 13, will bring Prescott’s military history into focus for Museum visitors. Guests of all ages are invited to this family-friendly program at the Sharlot Hall Museum in downtown Prescott, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The U.S. Military played a core part in Prescott’s past. Beginning


Yavapai College to Reduce Tuition Cost for Concurrent Online High School Students by 50%

Yavapai College will be reducing the tuition for online concurrent high school students by 50% for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year. The Yavapai College District Governing Board (DGB) unanimously approved the proposed discount at its monthly board meeting on Tuesday. Concurrent enrollment consists of high school students who take college classes at Yavapai College, and


Prescott Emergency Responders Host 2nd Annual Courageous Kids Climbing Event

On November 7th, 2021 Prescott area Emergency responders from Prescott Fire Department, Prescott Police Department, and Life Line Ambulance partnered with Courageous Kids Climbing based out of Idaho and Gripstone Climbing located at 319 N. Lee Blvd in Prescott to give 17 special needs children the opportunity have a morning of rock climbing fun. Many


Opinion: White House Dismissal of Inflation More Than Just a ‘Mean Tweet’

As is common for today’s politicians, White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain has a habit of using Twitter to advance the Biden agenda. It’s not uncommon for Klain to retweet dozens of tweets per day – often from like-minded opinion columnists at outlets like The New York Times or The Washington Post. Last week,


Governor Ducey Invests $1.25 Million To Support Mentorship, Family Programs

Governor Doug Ducey announced an investment of $1.25 million to support mentorship programs for at-risk youth and training programs for parents of underrepresented families. “It is crucial that we give our families the resources needed to ensure Arizona’s kids can grow up to lead safe and healthy lives,” said Governor Ducey. “It’s no question that

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