March 10, 2022

Events

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Camp Teaches Outdoor Skills for Adults

Fishing, Hunting, and rappelling classes impart self-confidence and resiliency After two years of upheaval we have gained a few pieces of wisdom–we are loving the outdoors, cherishing time with each other, and wanting to feel confident taking care of ourselves! Sounds like summer camp, doesn’t it? But what if you’re not a kid anymore? Where

Arts & Culture

Master Illusionist Mike Super Reappears at YCPAC Saturday, March 26

Back in 2020, a worldwide pandemic made a hotly anticipated magician disappear from the local entertainment calendar. Now, after two mysterious years, Mike Super is back to turn a windy March evening into a memorable night out that will have your family comparing notes all the way home. Join us Saturday night, March 26, at

Sports

Badgers Road Trips Better Than Playing At Home : PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: Senior and top Badger, Owen Thomas had a good day on the courts Varsity Softball The Prescott Badgers dropped a tough Grand Canyon Region game to the Mingus Marauders, 9-7 at home yesterday. Badger coach Randall Bryan said, “We swung the bats really well today. That is one of the best pitchers in the

U.S. House of Representatives

Congressman Gosar Votes Against Out-of-Control Spending

Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) issued the following statement after voting against H.R. 2471, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022. “I could not in good conscience vote in favor of a bill that is 2,700 pages long, spends a massive $1.5 trillion and was written behind closed doors and delivered to Congress for consideration at

Opinion

Opinion: Will the Fed Curb Inflation, or Will Politics Prevail? – Inside Sources

The Consumer Price Index 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 fight inflation by raising interest rates until the middle of next

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