May 18, 2022

Foster Children

MATFORCE partners with Catholic Charities to bring free summer camp for third year

Through the Trauma Lens Care program MATFORCE understands that children from hard places often need more positive experiences to help build resiliency in their lives. Therefore, MATFORCE and Catholic Charities are partnering to bring a respite summer camp to children in foster care again this year. This camp is for current and past foster children


Man Arrested for First Degree Murder after Fatal Shooting of Girlfriend

On May 16th, 2022, at approximately 10:29 P.M. Prescott Police Officers responded to Yavapai Regional Medical Center, located at 1003 Willow Creek Rd. upon the report of a female victim that had sustained a single gunshot wound. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that the victim, Skylar Hughes, a 31-year-old female, had


Two Day Club Tournaments Bring In Many Pitchers

Photo: The pitchers from Sunday The first of two days of horseshoe pitching in Prescott Valley saw 23 players come out to compete for the top spot in each of the five classes. The Mile Hi Horseshoe Club, Double Feature- Act 1 took place Saturday, with the Central Arizona Horseshoe Club of Prescott Valley hosting


Opinion: For the Religious Right, Roe Is Just the Beginning – Inside Sources

Given the current makeup of the Supreme Court, the content of Justice Samuel Alito’s leaked draft opinion is hardly a surprise. However, the intricacies of this draft betray a much more dire reality waiting for us if it is published by the court. The effect of overturning Roe stretches far beyond abortion access and calls into question

Native Americans

‘We are still here’: Tribes reclaiming out-of-state ancestral homelands – Cronkite News

Photo: The Kaw Nation’s Sacred Red Rock, called “Iⁿ ‘zhúje ‘waxóbe,” was a place of cultural ceremony and gathering for the Kaw people before their forced removal to Oklahoma in 1872 Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen Galen Cloud complained about traffic during the 10-hour drive from Okmulgee, Oklahoma, to his tribe’s homeland near Oxford, Alabama –

John Stossel

Opinion: Pumping up Prices – John Stossel

The price of gas keeps rising. “The reason for that is because of Putin’s war,” said President Joe Biden. But that’s impossible. Most of the price rise came before Putin attacked Ukraine. So some politicians simply blame “corporate greed.” Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse accuses the oil industry of collecting “excess profit.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren even introduced

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