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YCSO Seeking Domestic Violence Warrant Suspect

Huhn, Jr. is sought on a NO BOND warrant ...

Bill's Newscast: It's Arbor Day

Tree planting, money, bike riding and brush fire. ...

Fighting the Sawmill Fire: A Statewide Effort

The Sawmill Fire continues to burn near Green ...

Some Flowers Rabbits Won't Eat

Your neighborhood wild bunny wants to eat your ...

BASIS Band Opens For The Diamondbacks

Annual Tradition of playing National Anthem ...

Supportive Practices for After a Fall

Fear of Falling Can Lead to Decreased Physical ...

Prescott Police Department Identifies Officer & Decedent

Officer Involved Shooting Armed Suspect Named ...

Unprepared Hiker Airlifted to Safety

“Hiker alone and stuck with no food or water, ...

Final Score: April 19th to April 24th, 2017

Catch Up In Last Week's Sports Results with Final ...

Arizona Gas Prices Fall 4.5¢ In Past Week

Are gas prices on their way to below $2 again?

Gas Prices Drop in Arizona

Prices have dropped in Arizona, placing the state average about in the middle of the range.

AZ Gas Prices Rise 0.5 Cents

Gas prices inched up slightly, but are still less than the national average.

Arizona Gas Prices Rise 2.7¢ This Week

While Arizona gas prices creep up, they're still a lot lower than those in California.

Arizona Gas Prices - 2¢ Higher

Gas prices continue to rise, but they’re still $.52 less than last year at this time.

Gas Prices Dip Slightly in Arizona

Prices Dropped about 0.8¢ Last Week in Arizona

Gas Prices Fell Slightly Last Week

Gas Prices Still Lower than a Year Ago

GasBuddy, the authoritative voice on pump prices, projects that consumers will save $1.6 billion on gas over their year-end travels compared to last year.*

Average Gas Prices Drop Below $2 in Nation

U.S. Gas Prices Hit $1.99 Average, First Time Since 2009 

Arizona Prices Averaging Below $2/gal

Gas prices are falling faster than the snow!
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Events | Education News

27 April 2017
Annual Tradition of playing National Anthem continues for local charter school. The BASIS Prescott band made the trip to Phoenix to play the National Anthem just prior to the Arizona
25 April 2017
Embry-Riddle Prescott Introduces Executive Master
25 April 2017
Scott Snyder, a retired US Navy Seal and YC
26 April 2017
U.S. News World Report Ranks BASIS Curriculum
25 April 2017
Come Meet Our Kindergarten Teachers! 

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

28 April 2017
With off-road bike races starting today at 2 (the 15 Proof Fun Ride) and continuing through Sunday morning at 8 AM, you can revel in a total-bike weekend. Here’s the racing schedule:
26 April 2017
Fear of Falling Can Lead to Decreased Physical
25 April 2017
Take Your Computer Skills to the Next Level
27 April 2017
Your neighborhood wild bunny wants to eat your
25 April 2017
Catch Up In Last Week's Sports Results with Final

Community News

16 April 2017
One Performance Friday, Two on Saturday What happens when you put rivals in a room together? Have you wondered how Peter and the Wolf, Toto, and the Wicked Witch, or a cat and mouse would cope
06 April 2017
Right now, it’s a relatively new startup, with
23 March 2017
Stacks of library post cards are being delivered
20 March 2017
It’s the International Day of the Forest!
19 March 2017
Sean D. Tucker Speaking at Embry-Riddle Prescott

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