January 16, 2022


Badgers Need More Time To Take Down Bradshaw Mountain 4-2: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo:  7 Johann Gundermann goes up against 4 Jaden Marquez in the first half The Prescott Badgers needed an extra 20 minutes to remain unbeaten, with a 4-2 win over the Bradshaw Mountain Bears, at Prescott High School last night. The #1 Badgers and Bears couldn’t settle things in regulation, so a pair of ten

Yavapai College

Seven Yavapai College students earn prestigious university transfer scholarships

The tradition of scholarly success continues at Yavapai College, with seven students representing a variety of disciplines and five different campuses and centers earning the prestigious All-Arizona Academic Team scholarship for 2021. The transfer scholarship to an Arizona university of the student’s choice is awarded to academically successful community college students who also excel outside

Buz Blog

Opinion: Keep Informed – Buz Williams

“If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed” – Thomas Jefferson A couple of years ago I asked a lifelong friend of mine, who is a Democrat, if he ever watched Fox News. He looked at me aghast, and answered, “No! That’s nothing but


HOLY COW! HISTORY: Whipping Inflation, 1974 Style

“… the wholesale price index—precursor of what’s coming on the consumer front—had gone up a staggering 2.3 percent last month. That brought the wholesale price increase over the last year to 22.6 percent, the highest rate in a quarter-century and nearly double the climb in family living costs.” Sounds like a news story snatched from today’s

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