June 9, 2022

Sharlot Hall Museum

Step into Prescott’s Past with Trades & Traditions – Sharlot Hall Museum

Photo: Try your hand at the classic game of the American frontier, Faro How did a blacksmith make a living in a small frontier town like Prescott? What did daily life look like for a merchant? What skills did citizens of Prescott use to support themselves? Find out this Saturday at “Trades & Traditions,” the


Dragging Chains Cause Multiple Fires Over Weekend – Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office

As many northern Arizonians know, fire season is encroaching. YCSO and local fire authorities have noticed an increase in fires alongside interstates due to a quite simple and avoidable reason: dragging chains. Around 4:15 am,  Saturday morning, June 4, 2022, YCSO dispatch received a call from Department of Public Safety (DPS) to report a fire


Opinion: How Today’s Healthcare May Look in a Century – Inside Sources

Note to medical professionals in 2022: You may greatly embarrass your great-grandchildren. From 1999 to 2017, I taught 48 semester-long classes in health economics to master’s and doctoral students. My students were mid-career doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. Today, I realize how fortunate I was to teach during a golden age of openness that


Federal court refuses to block Atwood’s scheduled Wednesday execution – Cronkite News

Convicted killer Frank Atwood was down to his last appeals Tuesday, after a federal circuit court rejected a bid to stop his Wednesday execution for the 1984 murder of an 8-year-old Tucson girl. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday afternoon upheld a three-judge panel’s decision from earlier in the day rejecting Atwood’s arguments that

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