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Guatemalan Chicken Bus - A Way Of Life!

Public transportation: Guatemalan-style! Each ...

Roughrider Live! Yavapai Baseball vs. South Mountain

Today is the Home Opener game. Brought to you ...

Secret Shopper Survey Scam is Back

It’s a scam. Following an email notification, ...

It's the Economic Summit 2018

Prescott Area Association of Realtors (PAAR) ...

Prescott Gateway Mall Under New Ownership

It’s taken a long time to find new owners for ...

Prescott Police warn of APS Scams

Beware of APS scams. Recently, the Prescott ...

PSPRS: Worth Focusing On

PSPRS is not an exclusive predicament for Prescott.

Speaker Mesnard Announces Creation of House Ad Hoc Committee on PSPRS

Why Prop 443 is needed to pay the bill. 

Boy Scouts examine the facts of PSPRS. 

Bill's Newscast: It's Arbor Day

Tree planting, money, bike riding and brush fire.

First Podcast Interview with Jeff Wasowicz

Clerk of the Central Yavapai Fire District Board Discusses the Challenges of PSPRS in Yavapai County

Opinion: Important PSPRS Facts to Keep In Mind

Councilman Jim Lamerson shares facts about the PSPRS issue with the public.

Mayor Oberg Hosts 2nd Town Hall on PSPRS

Mayor to host Town Hall Meeting to discuss PSPRS and Economic Development Thursday, April 20, 5:30 p.m. at Centennial Center

Opinion: Time To Be Accountable

“The deck has been stacked against the taxpayer from the beginning…"

According to Councilman Lamerson, while the 0.75% tax will help keep Prescott whole, there’s still work to be done.

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Events | Education News

15 February 2018
It’s about reading and family engagement. The Family Literacy Night recently held at Lincoln Elementary School was a definite success! Families enjoyed pizza and desserts, children learned
13 February 2018
There’s a new School of Business at Embry-Riddle.
12 February 2018
It’s coming. ​At the February 7th Board of
11 February 2018
It just might rain. In case you forgot what that
05 February 2018
Warm weather continues. Forecast Discussion:

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

17 February 2018
Public transportation: Guatemalan-style! Each year in the United States hundreds of school buses are decommissioned.  They are deemed unsafe for the transportation of passengers due to
16 February 2018
Today is the Home Opener game. Brought to you
15 February 2018
How to prune fruit trees. Overgrown revitalized
13 February 2018
FooteWork Now Operates Four Offices, Issues
13 February 2018
From Ahi to Shrimp, Lots of Fish Are we

Community News

08 February 2018
"You’ll understand, after you see this, what love is all about," explains Director Bruce Lanning, then he laughs. "No, not really." Playing this week at the Prescott Center for the Arts’
07 February 2018
He had to have books read to him, because he
24 January 2018
PCA presents Neil Simon’s Tony/Pulitzer
20 January 2018
About 1400 women joined in the Prescott Women’s
15 January 2018
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Week of

Featured Videos

Jonathan Lines, Chairman of the AZ Republican Party @ RWOP
Jonathan Lines, Chairman of the AZ Republican Party @ RWOP

Jonathan Lines, Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party speaks to the Republican Women of Prescott.

Senior Soccer Athletes' College Signing @ BASIS School
Senior Soccer Athletes' College Signing @ BASIS School

Soccer stars Cori Sullivan and Gavin Underwood sign their letters of intent to play soccer in college.

Rep Stringer Explains Vote on Don Shooter's Expulsion
Rep Stringer Explains Vote on Don Shooter's Expulsion

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-39zzt-87bf78 Representative Stringer explains his "no" vote on the expulsion of Don Shooter - expressing his concern that Shooter was not given due process.

A Domestic Violence Suspect Has Been Arrested
A Domestic Violence Suspect Has Been Arrested

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-h9pd8-872b97 Michael Ortez, a domestic violence suspect has been arrested. He has been charged with assault, child abuse and kidnapping.