U.S. military

Events

November Living History at Sharlot Hall Explores Arizona Military History

The Sharlot Hall Museum’s Living History Adventure on Saturday, November 13, will bring Prescott’s military history into focus for Museum visitors. Guests of all ages are invited to this family-friendly program at the Sharlot Hall Museum in downtown Prescott, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The U.S. Military played a core part in Prescott’s past. Beginning

History

HOLY COW! HISTORY: America’s Worst Fire, 150 Years Later

It remains in American memory as the mother of all blazes. Exactly 150 years ago, the Great Chicago Fire blew through the Windy City with a vengeance, killing some 300 people, blackening more than 2,100 acres, and destroying property valued at an estimated $4.7 billion in today’s dollars. Yet a far deadlier, vastly bigger, and

Afghanistan

Biden: Another attack likely, pledges more strikes on IS

President Joe Biden vowed Saturday to keep up airstrikes against the Islamic extremist group whose suicide bombing at the Kabul airport killed scores of Afghans and 13 American service members. He warned another attack was “highly likely” and the State Department called the threat “specific” and “credible.” The Pentagon said the remaining contingent of U.S.

Guns

Ammunition shelves bare as U.S. gun sales continue to soar

The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with record sales of firearms, has fueled a shortage of ammunition in the United States that’s impacting law enforcement agencies, people seeking personal protection, recreational shooters and hunters — and could deny new gun owners the practice they need to handle their weapons safely. Manufacturers say they’re producing as much ammunition

Wars

EXPLAINER: When is the US war in Afghanistan really over?

In this May 23, 2021, file photo Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie, top U.S. commander for the Middle East, speaks to reporters traveling with him in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. As the last U.S. combat troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, the question arises: When is the war really over? For Afghans the answer is clear but grim:

Opinion

Opinion: Signs of Change

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Greater Idaho “What is to be done?” ask white advocates. There are countless strategies, but a crucial one is to build power

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