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Opinion: Family Traditions

Far leftists, socialists and communists want to destroy the family. They want the government to be everyone’s parents, aunts, uncles, sisters and brothers. While I’m not usually a conspiracy theorist, it sure looks like some of the draconian rules and regulations set down during the Chinese virus pandemic, were meant to break up families. When

Local

City to Host Community Open House Regarding Lower Goldwater Lake Improvement Project

The City of Prescott Recreation Services Department will host a community open house regarding the proposed Lower Goldwater Lake Improvement Project on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Grace Sparks Activity Center (Armory), 824 E. Gurley Street. The project is to construct a recreational area in the Lower Goldwater Lake

Travel

2 in 3 Arizonans plan on vacationing locally this summer, survey reveals

People will drive no more than 115 miles to get to their destinations this summer. For the first time since the pandemic began, 63% will be leaving their homes for more than 2 days this summer. While we’re all eager to leave our homes and get outdoors in nature again this summer, there’s no denying the

State

Governor Ducey Signs Historic Water Protection Legislation

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation to ensure clean water in nearly 800 Arizona streams, lakes and rivers that are critical for drinking, fishing and recreation. “Living in the desert, the value of water is something we in Arizona know well, and we have taken great steps to protect it, including the Groundwater Management Act and

Local

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Camp Teaches Outdoor Skills for Adults

During the pandemic, we Arizonans are finding solace and physical health outdoors which encourages us to try new experiences. But how can you learn new skills if you’re too old for summer camp? Where does a girl learn to hunt and fish, shoot a bow or scale down a cliff? All this and more is

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