January 10, 2022

Events

Citizens Tax Committee to Host Prescott Mayor, Phil Goode

The Citizens Tax Committee (CTC) has announced that they will host Prescott’s new mayor,  Phil Goode, at their next monthly meeting this Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at 1 pm at the  Rowle P. Simmons Adult Center, 1280 Rosser Street, in Prescott.  The Citizens Tax Committee meets on the second Wednesday of each month.  Their meetings are free

Arizona Corporation Commission

Corporation Commission Announces Top Investor Threats for 2022

The Corporation Commission released today an annual list of top investor threats and urged caution before purchasing popular and volatile unregulated investments—especially those involving cryptocurrency and digital assets.  Also, the Commission announced guidance for investors, including steps to take to reduce the possibility of becoming a fraud victim in the new year. “The Corporation Commission’s

Sports

Badgers Run Past Flagstaff 92-61

Jason Parent goes to the basket against Flagstaff’s Max Fritsch The Prescott Badgers continued to roll with a 31 point win, 92-61 over the Flagstaff Eagles. Jason Parent led all scorers with another great performance with 34.  It is the 8th time this season that the senior has scored more than 30 points in a

Vaccine mandates

Federal Court Stays Vaccine Mandate for Navy Seals

Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate is not only unconstitutional but is also threatening our national security as members of our fine military are being forced to get the jab or face being fired. Here’s what you need to know: last November, 35 United States Navy Seals sued Mr. Biden over his vaccine mandate for active duty

Opinion

Opinion: Have We Really Seen the True Joe Manchin?

Just last month the Democrats’ “historic” legislative push, Build Back Better (BBB), hit a wall as it was entering its final stages. That wall was Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Since that moment both the left and the right have been in an uproar. Progressives felt betrayed since they had allowed the bipartisan

Science

Making walking easier for children with cerebral palsy

Mechanical engineer and inventor Zach Lerner, assistant professor in Northern Arizona University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been awarded $2.1 million by the National Institutes of Health’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development. This funding, Lerner’s largest grant as principal investigator to date, will enable him to launch a major, five-year clinical

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