September 22, 2022

Buz Blog

Update on Critical Race Theory in Prescott Schools – Buz Williams

In June of this year, I was attending a Republican gathering at which a couple of the people who were running for the Prescott Unified School Governing Board spoke. I was impressed by one of those candidates, Brooks Compton. Brooks is a single parent and father, who decided to run for the Board when he found


Watters Garden Center to host Frontier Rotary Grapes-4-Good Benefit on September 25

Wine flows and spirits lift as the gardens come alive at Watters Garden Center hosts Prescott Frontier Rotary’s 16th G4G benefit. On September 25, 5–8 pm, the garden center transforms into “A Garden Party,” with all proceeds going directly to Rotary community causes. Grapes-4-Good received an outpouring of support last year, raising more than $95,000.


Arizona Oncology Set To Expand to New Location in Prescott

New Practice to Provide More Space, Additional Cancer Treatments to Prescott-Area Patients  Arizona Oncology, one of the largest cancer centers in Arizona with more than 70 physicians, will break ground on its new Prescott practice on Saturday, Sept. 24. The new 22,000 square-foot comprehensive care center, located at 5430 Landmark Lane, Prescott, will provide radiation and chemotherapy


First Responders Honored on Patriot Day by Walmart Employees

On Patriot Day, September 11th, a group of employees at the Prescott Walmart decided to honor the members of the Prescott Valley Police Department, Prescott Police and Yavapai County Sheriffs Office, by providing and delivering breakfast and lunch to them.


Opinion: Southern Border Is a Crisis and Disaster Demanding Action – Inside Sources

The southern border has become a humanitarian disaster affecting the nation. This situation requires an immediate and effective federal response. While we can feel compassion for those seeking a better life, we must also recognize that unfettered access to this country is not compassionate as it has created conditions for massive human and illicit drug

Legal Beat

Tribal officials: Court ruling poses ‘real threat’ to sovereignty, safety – Cronkite News

Photo: Muscogee (Creek) Ambassador Jonodev Chaudhuri said the Supreme Court’s Castro-Huerta ruling harms tribal sovereignty but also “dangerously infringes on Congress’ ability” to set laws. (Photo courtesy House Natural Resources Committee) Indigenous leaders called on Congress Tuesday to reverse a Supreme Court ruling that expands states’ ability to prosecute crimes on tribal land, a ruling

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