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Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Exposing the Woke School Counselor Cabal – Michelle Malkin

Back in the day, guidance counselors were those helpful (but not unduly intrusive) high school officials who dispensed vocational and career advice, reminded you of college application deadlines, and made sure your transcripts and letters of recommendations got where they needed to go. But like so much else in the 1960s and 1970s, traditional roles

Events

Prescott Recovery Day Celebration | MATFORCE

The Prescott Recovery Celebration will be held on Saturday, September 17 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at Prescott Unified School District Office, 300 E. Gurley St. Prescott. September 2022, marks the 32nd year of National Recovery Month.  Prescott’s Recovery Day event helps spread the positive message that that prevention works, treatment is effective, and

Sharlot Hall Museum

Programs & Events for the Whole Family at Sharlot Hall Museum

From youth camps and Living History Adventure days to Sharlot’s Cellar and the Prescott Indian Art Market, the Sharlot Hall Museum has a lot to offer local communities as summer draws to a close. Sharlot’s Cellar, the Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year, happens this Saturday, August 27. Marketed as Prescott’s premier wine event, the

Libraries

Libraries drop fines, add services to entice readers to return – Cronkite News

Photo: StartUpPHX at the Burton Barr Central Library in downtown Phoenix provides services and support for entrepreneurs. Photo taken June 15, 2022. (Photo by Jessica Herrera/Cronkite News) COVID-19 closed libraries across the Valley and interrupted most services and programs. Now, more than two years into the pandemic, library systems are thinking outside the book to

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