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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.

Events

10th Annual Hope Fest is This Saturday, 9/10, from 10 am to 9 pm

The 10th Annual Hope Fest takes place this Saturday, September 10th, from 10 am to 9 pm at the Courthouse Plaza in Prescott. This year’s theme is “Love First!” Love IS the only thing that can change the unchangeable. Love heals, uplifts, strengthens, energizes, refreshes, and renews. Love is the most powerful force in the

Oath Keepers

Elected officials, police chiefs on leaked Oath Keepers list – Associated Press

Photo: Stewart Rhodes, founder of the Oath Keepers, center, speaks during a rally outside the White House in Washington, June 25, 2017 The names of hundreds of U.S. law enforcement officers, elected officials and military members appear on the leaked membership rolls of a far-right extremist group that’s accused of playing a key role in

School Safety

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and Board Of Supervisors Make Major Move Toward School Safety

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved a contract between the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and Mutualink School Safety Emergency Alert System, a technology that provides direct communication between schools and law enforcement during an emergency threatening school safety. The system uses a panic button that allows school staff and administrators to alert police to

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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

Omicron variant

Omicron explosion spurs nationwide breakdown of services

Ambulances in Kansas speed toward hospitals then suddenly change direction because hospitals are full. Employee shortages in New York City cause delays in trash and subway services and diminish the ranks of firefighters and emergency workers. Airport officials shut down security checkpoints at the biggest terminal in Phoenix and schools across the nation struggle to

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