July 10, 2022

Arts & Culture

A Tanya, Two Tonys & a Dolly! Lead the PAC – Yavapai Performing Arts Center

Photo: Toni Tennille as the title role in Hello, Dolly! Tickets on sale now for Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s 2022-23 Season A righteous brother. A Country Music legend. A little river, a yellow ribbon, a dash of Voodoo, and a beloved recording artist in one of the American theatre’s greatest roles. You can be

Veterans

Governor Earmarks $2.4 Million in Support of U.S. VETS Project to Provide Affordable Veteran Housing at VA Fort Whipple Campus

U.S. VETS announced it will receive $2.4 million in new funding for its supportive housing project at Fort Whipple to assist homeless veterans. Sponsored by Rep. Quang Nguyen, the appropriation is part of Governor Ducey’s new state budget. “This investment demonstrates that Representative Nguyen recognizes the urgency of our need to help our veterans, who have

Arizona Politics

Arizona GOP Senate Race: Masters of His own Destiny – OH Predictive Insights

Masters on the Rise, Brnovich Loses Ground, Lamon Stays Competitive – 35% Still Undecided As Arizona’s primary elections race towards us – and with early ballots beginning hitting mailboxes this week – the race to face Democratic incumbent Mark Kelly for a Senate seat just got more interesting. According to OH Predictive Insights’ (OHPI) latest statewide

Opinion

Opinion: Can Federalism Save Us? – Gregory Hood

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Another war between the states has begun, with words if not with bullets. California Governor Gavin Newsom, the Democratic favorite for the

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