March 5, 2022

Arts & Culture

Pink Martini Returns to YC Performing Arts Center March 24

Local Favorites with an International Flair As winter turns to Spring, and the Pandemic finally recedes, nothing warms the spirit more than a visit from an old friend. Yavapai College will provide just that on Thursday night, March 24, when local favorite Pink Martini – the sassy, captivating 12-piece orchestra – returns to Yavapai College

Prescott National Forest

Pile Burning Continues in the Prescott Basin as Weather and Fuels Conditions Allow

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District will continue to burn debris piles near Walker, Ponderosa Park/White Spar, Copper Basin, Lynx Lake, Thumb Butte and Granite Basin.  Ignitions are planned to start on Monday, March 7, 2022, and continue through Friday, April 1, 2022, as favorable weather conditions allow.  Fire managers expect smoke impacts to

Military

Arizona Legislators Express Opposition to Feds Proposed Changes for Military Supersonic Flight Altitude Limits and Training

Twenty Arizona State Legislators this week sent a letter to the U.S. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall expressing their bipartisan opposition to a federal proposal issued in January that would significantly lower altitude limits for supersonic flights and the release of flares during training. Supersonic flights during military training missions could go as low as 5,000 feet under

Michael Barone

Opinion: Volodymyr Zelensky Transforms Germany — and Europe – Michael Barone

It’s been a week since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and Kyiv, and even Kharkiv, 20 miles from the Russian border, remain under Ukrainian control. Contrary to many predictions, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s forces have fallen short of their goals so far, but there can be no certainty about the outcome in Ukraine — or

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