The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Ron Watkins, Republican candidate for Congressional District 2, will speak at their monthly meeting, Saturday, May 21st, in Chino Valley. Also speaking is State Representative Mark Finchem (R – Oro Valley), who President Trump has endorsed for Arizona Secretary of
May 19, 2022
Photo: Woodchute Trail Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue teams and partners located the body of Donald Hayes, 74 of Prescott Valley, who had been missing on Mingus Mountain since last Friday. Mr. Hayes was found in a rugged area that had been difficult for searchers to reach, but they were able to do
Area residents are invited to learn about the proposed extension of Prescott Regional Airport’s primary runway, 21L/3R, at either of two Open Houses on Monday, May 23 or Wednesday, May 25. There is no formal program, rather attendees can stop by at any time during the two-hour window. The purpose of these open houses is
With Memorial Day quickly approaching, so is the unofficial start of summer… For many Arizonans, this upcoming summer will be the first time they’re planning vacation getaways since the start of the pandemic – and consequent travel restrictions were implemented – more than two years ago. Many restrictions have since been lifted, however, with COVID
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to dominate headlines, the opioid crisis, another very real public health threat, seems to have become an issue of the past for many. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The reality is that the opioid epidemic is continuing, and in many cases has worsened in communities across the country.
Photo: Arizona Department of Transportation Traffic Operation Center Arizona traffic fatalities hit their highest level in 15 years in 2021, when the state saw a 6.5% increase in highway deaths that experts blame in part on bad driving habits made worse during the pandemic. The 1,212 deaths on state roads last year were the most