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New and Exciting Virtual Events from the Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium

The Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University continues its mission with bringing the universe to you in the New Year! Join us for a variety of engaging, astronomy-themed virtual events from the comfort of your own computer. These virtual events are free. Please visit our website to learn more: https://prescott.erau.edu/about/planetarium/public-shows A Tour

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Winter Landscapes that Attract More Birds

Much of my garden is dedicated to attracting birds into our landscape. I firmly believe that a landscape cannot have enough birds . . . except ravens; my gardens can have too many ravens . . . Oh, well. When the first quail start gathering after the New Year, beautiful males perched on top of

State

Newly-Elected Arizona Corporation Commissioner Jim O’Connor speaks

As one of our state’s three new Corporation Commissioners, I held off with this press release not knowing if our election would be overturned by a court of law, given the massive “Election Fraud” occurring in Maricopa County. The behavior of so many elected officials associated with the process was shameful. I remain deeply concerned

Science

NAU planetary scientist named key partner on NASA’s Lunar Trailblazer mission

After a year of preliminary design and several reviews, NASA recently confirmed its Lunar Trailblazer mission will proceed to the final design and build phase. Selected in June 2019 with planned flight system delivery in October 2022, the Lunar Trailblazer mission targets one of the most surprising discoveries of the decade: the presence of water

Local

Remember the Verde River

[Prescott eNews wishes to thank Walter Anderson for this article and his beautiful photos – Editor] The presidential election showed that Americans were ready for change, and now as we go through this transitional period, it is good for us to notice and celebrate the change that occurs around us annually. As deciduous trees turn

State

Arizona’s renewable energy future at play in Corporation Commission races

Two Republicans and a Democrat were leading in the race to secure three of the five seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates publicly owned utilities in a state that faces growing challenges from the effects of climate change. Unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s Office on Friday morning showed Republican Lea Márquez

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