March 12, 2022

Job Fair

Prescott Job Fair Wednesday, Mar. 23

Yavapai College and the Regional Economic Development Center are partnering with other community organizations to sponsor the Prescott Job Fair at the Yavapai College Prescott campus gym (1100 E. Sheldon St.) on Wednesday, Mar. 23 from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Attendees can learn the latest information about careers; apply for part-time, full-time, temporary, and seasonal


Superintendent’s Report: The Importance of a School Principal

Chino Valley Schools is in the middle of a search for a new principal at Del Rio School (DRS), the District’s 3rd grade through 5th grade school located in the heart of Chino Valley. Carolyn Reeder, the current DRS principal, will be moving into a district position as an administrator on assignment to help teachers


Opinion: The Great Wasted Potential of CPAC – Jared Taylor

[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.] CPAC is the great annual festival of useless conservatism, and 2022 was like the rest. There were countless declarations of love for


Renaissance Festival Welcomed Back By Many

Photo: Tartanic After COVID silenced the Arizona Renaissance Festival for the first time since it began back in 1989, this year the people have returned in large numbers, which is good for everyone involved. The 51 acre festival fairgrounds features 16 stages and is located outside of Florence, south of Apache Junction, and runs through


Opinion: Biden Gets Competition All Wrong – Inside Sources

As one of its three pillars to address inflation, and in continuation of the agenda outlined through last summer’s Executive Order on “Promoting Competition in the American Economy,” the Biden administration promised more work promoting competition.  Recognition of the importance of competition in the economy — or even in government — ought to have bipartisan

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