May 2, 2022

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum Luncheon – Meet Your 2022 Candidates

The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will continue their candidate series at their next monthly luncheon on Monday, May 9th,  at the Prescott Vibes Event Center, 6200 Hwy 89 (see map at bottom).  The event starts promptly at 11:30am.  Parking is free.  An RSVP is required. This month’s meeting has one of the candidates for Arizona Attorney

Safe Ways to Add Bitcoin to Your Investment Portfolio

You’ve probably heard some people say that Bitcoin and other digital currencies will shape the world in the coming years. But how do you invest in Bitcoin without losing your hard-earned money? Mainstream investors have undoubtedly changed their perception of Bitcoin and other digital currencies. Initially, some investors ridiculed this digital currency, associating it with

The economic implications of Bitcoin adoption

Bitcoin is worth approximately $340, and the price is steadily rising. As a result, it is the largest and most powerful commodity. Only with the acceptance of BTC will all nations around the globe have the opportunity to establish powerful economies despite incurring high designed to guide expenses. If you want to learn more about

Events

Chino Valley Library Event: May the Fourth Origami Workshop

Come to Chino Valley Public Library on Wednesday, May 4th anytime 9 am – 6 pm for our “May The Fourth” Star Wars Themed Day! During 3-5 pm, Chila Caldera Will Host a Free Character Origami Event for Ages 8 and up! We will also have fun Photo Props for selfies inside the Library! (Costumes

Free Speech

Gosar Objects to Biden’s “Disinformation Governance Board”

This week, the Biden administration announced the creation of a so-called “Disinformation Governance Board.” I will be perfectly clear; this is another tool to censor and surveil Americans ahead of the midterm elections.  That’s what this is all about.  It’s that plain and simple. The Disinformation Governance Board will be an arm of the Department

Science

NAU scientist joins extended OSIRIS-REx mission to visit another asteroid

Image: Artist’s rendering of the OSIRIS-APEX spacecraft firing thrusters near the surface of the asteroid Apophis. Credit: Heather Roper, NASA graphic designer Because of the potential to deepen our understanding of the solar system and beyond, NASA this week extended the missions of eight of its spacecraft, including OSIRIS-REx—and NAU planetary geologist Chris Haberle will be one

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