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Women’s March on Prescott, 2018

About 1400 women joined in the Prescott Women’s ...

Bill's Newscast: Water Info

It’s looking to be a very water-aware year. ...

The Government Has Shut Down: What That Means

What a Government shutdown means. Big Idea: ...

John McCain: The Government Shutdown

Statement By SASC Chairman John McCain On ...

Snow's Coming: Don't Overestimate Your Abilities

With snow forecast, don’t overestimate your ...

One of the last acts this current Council will consider is the purchase of 160+ acres of land from the Storm Ranch North area.

City Seeks New Board and Commission Applications for the Pedestrian, Bicycle and Traffic Advisory Committee and the Planning and Zoning Commission

Election Recap & Interesting Tidbits

Elections sometimes bring out tidbits of information about a lot of different things. 

It's the Live Update of the Prescott City Council. Starts at 3. No study session today.

City to start search for new Public Works Director and City Engineer.

Embry-Riddle and City of Prescott To Host Airshow on October 7

Opinion: Economic Development for Prescott

"Our city has tremendous assets to attract high-tech satellite business, and we believe that by bringing these decision-makers to Prescott, we can make that vision a reality."

The City of Prescott declines to offer support for the proposed Kirkland Mine.

Exactly how much money does the City of Prescott have in reserves? That’s the question being asked by Representative Noel Campbell as he considers his vote on Prop 443. 

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Events | Education News

19 January 2018
It’s going to get cold for a few days. Forecast Discussion: A fairly fast-moving upper-air trough and associated surface low/cold front will move across the Southwest tonight to tomorrow.
16 January 2018
Yavapai County Education Technology
15 January 2018
La Tierra Community School is celebrating 'A Day
10 January 2018
Library program helps adult residents kick start
07 January 2018
Embry-Riddle celebrates 40 years in Prescott.

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

20 January 2018
As the CAFMA & CYFD Boards hurtle towards removing any significant public input, one taxpayer asks why. As Americans, one thing we cherish is the ability to question decisions made by those
17 January 2018
Help Support the Opening of a Coworking Space for
17 January 2018
 Best 6 plants that help you sleep
17 January 2018
"Arizona has one of the most respected
16 January 2018
Blueberries are on sale this week! 

Community News

20 January 2018
About 1400 women joined in the Prescott Women’s March. Women’s March 2018, took place on January 20, just a day shy of the one year anniversary of the first Women’s March in 2017. It was
15 January 2018
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Week of
12 January 2018
Prescott will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr
01 January 2018
Making a resolution for the new year? 
31 December 2017
Rosalee Darby and Barry Barbe each saw needs in

Featured Videos

Waiting to Open at PV Chick-Fil-A
Waiting to Open at PV Chick-Fil-A

The first Chick-Fil-A in the Quad-City area opens in Prescott Valley with a ribbon cutting.

Drop by Drop
Drop by Drop

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-mbvfk-844fe6 The first in a series of informational water topics at the City of Prescott.

Alleged Sex Offender Apprehended in Cottonwood
Alleged Sex Offender Apprehended in Cottonwood

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fvsvc-844fe8 A Cottonwood man has been arrested for alleged sexual conduct with a minor.

Ribbon Cutting at PV Chick-Fil-A
Ribbon Cutting at PV Chick-Fil-A

The first Chick-Fil-A in the Quad-City area opens in Prescott Valley with a ribbon cutting.