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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

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum Luncheon – 2022 Arizona Ballot Initiatives

The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum September 12th luncheon’s speaker will discuss the Arizona Ballot Initiatives for the November General election. The Arizona Constitution provides for ballot initiatives that can be placed on the General Election Ballot by the AZ Legislature or by the people. In 2022, there will be up to 11 ballot initiatives for

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Guest Host Mitch Padilla Interviews members of the College Republicans United

Richard Thomas, founder of College Republicans United, and Ren Ramsey, Chairman of CRU, discuss their organization with Mitch Padilla. CRU is an America First student organization with chapters in five states. They are paleo-conservatives (as contrasted with neo-conservatives) and are working on opening a chapter at Yavapai College. Juliet Thomas talks about her experience as

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum with Sheriff David Rhodes

On Monday, June 14, the Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will have Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes as their guest speaker.  In addition, two candidates will be speaking, Andrew W. Gould (for Arizona Attorney General), and Representative Walter Blackman (for the U.S. House of Representatives, CD1 ). Sheriff David Rhodes is a 27-year veteran of the

Politics

Hundreds of Trump supporters flock to DC ahead of vote

Hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump descended on the nation’s capital Tuesday to cheer his baseless claims of election fraud a day before a congressional vote to affirm Joe Biden’s victory. Just blocks from the White House, protesters — many without masks — gathered in Freedom Plaza to decry the vote in the Electoral

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