November 16, 2021

City of Prescott

The City of Prescott Schedule for the Thanksgiving Holiday November 25-26, 2021

The City of Prescott will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 25th – 26th, in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.  City offices will reopen on Monday, November 29th at 8 a.m. For general information go to Prescott-az.gov. Prescott Public Library will be closed for Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26.

Business

How to Research Your Business Plan

No matter how eager you are to launch your business based on that winning idea you have in your head, writing a thorough business plan is a must on your path to entrepreneurship. Not only will you be expected to present a strong business plan to potential lenders and investors when seeking funding, but you’ll

Vaccine mandates

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Sues Biden Administration to Stop Health Care Worker COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Attorney General Mark Brnovich is co-leading a multistate coalition in filing a lawsuit to stop the Biden administration’s overreaching “job or jab” COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers. The mandate threatens to further burden the health care sector and patient well-being in Arizona, where nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are already facing

State

Governor Ducey Invests $100 Million To Expand High-Speed Broadband

Governor Ducey today announced a $100 million commitment to expand high-speed broadband to unserved or underserved areas of the state, making it one of the single largest broadband investments in state history. The program, known as the Arizona Broadband Development Grant Program, will enable local communities to construct or improve broadband infrastructure that connects Arizonans

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Are Democrats Looking to the Lifeboats?

Not so long ago, President Joe Biden was being talked of as a transformative president, a second Franklin D. Roosevelt in terms of the domestic agenda he would enact. And there was substance to the claim. Early in his presidency, Biden had passed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package. While his majorities in both houses of

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