June 22, 2022

Horse Racing

Summer racing returns to Arizona Downs

The schedule is out, and the track is ready for the return of live horse racing The majesty and excitement of horse racing will return to Prescott Valley this weekend as Arizona Downs opens for the season. With new amenities and live racing scheduled twice a week through September, general manager Mike Weiss said he

Small Business

Yavapai College SBDC client Elaine O’Connor wins the grand prize at the statewide Moonshot Pioneer Pitch Competition

The Yavapai College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) congratulates Elaine O’Connor who competed Friday night at the final Moonshot Pioneer Pitch event in Flagstaff, Arizona as part of the 2nd Annual Shoemaker Awards Ceremony hosted by Moonshot at NACET.  Ms. O’Connor pitched alongside six other Arizona entrepreneurs and took home the grand prize of $10,000

Award presentations

Heroes Among Us Awards – Honoring Veterans and First Responders Who Continue to Serve

The 4th Annual Heroes Among Awards, a program of Bethany’s Gait Ranch, honor those who have served in uniform and continue to give back through volunteering in the Quad Cities area. Members of the community are invited to submit nomination forms through Wednesday, August 31. There are five categories for honoring heroes: military (active, reserve

Opinion

Opinion: The Truth About Organic Farming – Inside Sources

Does shopping at upscale grocery stores make you a better consumer? Hardly. In fact, contrary to what you may already believe, organic food is not less efficient and thus more expensive. It is also worse for the environment. A study by the University of Melbourne in Australia shows that organic farming yields 43 percent to 72 percent

John Stossel

Opinion: A New Kind of Comedy – John Stossel

A woman tells the cop who stopped her in a carpool lane she’s allowed to drive there because her pronouns are “they” and “them.” That’s from a video by a conservative Christian satire site called the Babylon Bee. Their humor gets millions of views. “Christian conservatives used to … be very dour and self-serious,” says

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