Harry Reid, the former U.S. Senate majority leader and Nevada’s longest-serving member of Congress, has died. He was 82. Reid died Tuesday, “peacefully” and surrounded by friends at home in suburban Henderson, “following a courageous, four-year battle with pancreatic cancer,” according to family members and a statement from Landra Reid, his wife of 62 years.
December 28, 2021
On December 24, 2021, at approximately 6:47 PM, Prescott Police Officers responded to the Journey’s shoe store, located inside the Prescott Gateway Mall, upon the report of an armed robbery which had just occurred. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that a female suspect came into the store asking employees to set
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) has been increasing at close to a 5 percent annual rate. The Federal Reserve just announced its plans to begin tapering its bond purchases—essentially scaling back an economic stimulus—later this month, but the market is not expecting it to aggressively fight inflation by raising interest rates until the middle of next year. Politics
The Town of Chino Valley is seeking applicants interested in sharing their talents, expertise, and enthusiasm to serve on the Planning and Zoning Commission and Municipal Property Corporation. The Planning and Zoning Commission is looking to fill three vacancies, while the Municipal Property Corporation will have one vacancy to fill. Visit http://www.chinoaz.net/222/Boards-Commissions to view
[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] For at least 20 years, political commentators have written about the “Islamification” of Europe. Mainstream critics of this transformation are worth reading
Arizona outperformed the nation on its rates of premature births and infant deaths, despite having some of lowest rates of prenatal care among the states, according to a recent March of Dimes report. The annual report said 9.5% of live births in Arizona were preterm in 2020, compared to the national average of 10.1% that year. It