Guest host Brad Newman interviews Jeff Metrick about his candidacy, what he sees as the issues, and other topics.
March 24, 2022
Photo: 27 Luke Carmick follows through on his bases clearing double Varsity Baseball The Badgers overcame a 4-1 deficit to beat the Coconino Panthers 10-5 in a very entertaining game at Prescott high School yesterday. The win improves Prescott to (3-1) in the Grand Canyon Region, and (6-4-1) overall, and gives the Panthers their first
Prescott, Prescott Valley & Chino Valley Programs The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Cheri Oz is pleased to announce the launching of the second year of Operation Engage, a comprehensive community-level approach to address the drug epidemic through prevention strategies, facilitating conversations and collaboration with local partners. “DEA’s priority
The Chino Valley Unified School District is in the search process for a new principal for Del Rio Elementary School. District administration has narrowed the field of principal applicants to three finalists, a fourth who was being considered removed himself from the search earlier this week. The remaining candidates attended a community meet and greet
The culture wars have taken their shots at Disney. It’s a direct hit! They’ve been forced to become a political voice against policies their consumers supposedly despise. Disney faces a tug of war over corporate values. It is taking a knee for opposing sides of the value equation. It is quite interesting to watch. The
Lights, action – camera! Arizona film industry is growing after a decade of stagnation – Cronkite News
Photo: Sean Oliver edits his film “Forever Home” on his home-office setup in Mesa on Feb. 11, 2021 Other than slivers of sunlight seeping through the closed shades, the only light in the home office came from three large computer monitors on a desk that wrapped around a third of the modest-size space. Sean Oliver