June 8, 2022

Arts & Culture

Arizona Artist Bill Nebeker Returns to Prix de West® Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale

[Editor’s Note: Bill Nebeker is a Prescott native, and is the sculptor of the Yavapai County Fallen Officers Memorial on Courthouse Plaza.] Bill Nebeker, a Western sculptor from Prescott, Arizona, will participate in his 19th Prix de West® Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale. The show will be on exhibit June 2 – August 7, 2022, with the Art

Prescott National Forest

Prescott National Forest to waive day-use fees for upcoming National Get Outdoors Day

On Saturday, June 11, 2022, the Prescott National Forest will waive fees at all Forest-operated recreation sites in honor of National Get Outdoors Day.  This waiver does not apply to reserved group-use areas or overnight camping at Forest Service developed campgrounds. Fee-free days are an opportunity to connect more Americans with their public lands.  National


Opinion: Are Democrats Doomed? – Inside Sources

Their president  is the most unpopular in the history of modern polling. Gas prices on their watch are about to hit $5 a gallon nationwide — and then keep rising. Inflation is higher than it has been in 40 years, and shoppers are being forced to cut back on basics. At the southern border, record numbers

Boarding Schools

Subpoena authority could jeopardize boarding school truth and healing commission – Cronkite News

Photo: Chilocco Indian School in north-central Oklahoma was a federal off-reservation boarding school established to house, civilize, Christianize and educate Native American youth Bipartisan efforts to create a federal commission to explore and repair the legacy of the nation’s notorious Indian boarding schools have hit a stumbling block over subpoena authority. The obstacle came last

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