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Council is meeting once again to discuss the challenges of the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS).

Last Tuesday, the Council met again for a long look at the issues surrounding the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) and how it affects the City of Prescott. 

Prescott PSPRS Town Hall Meeting

Mayor and City Manager to host Town Hall Meeting to discuss PSPRS Saturday, February 4, 10 a.m. at the Adult Center

Bill's Newscast: What to Do About PSPRS

Councilwoman Billie Orr talks about PSPRS.

It's time for the Prescott City Council marathon. Starts at 1 PM at City Hall. Don't forget, there is extra parking available on Council meeting days. 

There's a study session on PSPRS, which starts at 1 PM. And a voting meeting at 3. Don't forget, extra parking is available in the City parking lot!

Bill's Newscast: Risking the Floodwaters Not Advised

It happens every year: Someone gets stuck in flooded roadways.

The City of Prescott is looking at $81M in unfunded liabilities.

How to raise money for PSPRS? That’s the question being considered.

Arizona Supreme Court strikes PSPRS Reforms

PSPRS still expected to save $475 million due to 2016 law, referendum

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Events | Education News

21 September 2017
Round 2 of Yavapai College RESPECT campaign features diversity discussions with NC State Professor Nacoste The public is invited to hear author, speaker and North Carolina State
20 September 2017
Superintendent Douglas Backs Attorney General’s
18 September 2017
Expect colder weather by this weekend. Forecast
15 September 2017
Embry-Riddle Prescott Named Best in Aerospace,
12 September 2017
A Marine Aviators Perspective on the War in Viet

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

21 September 2017
Badgers Respond from Loss to Coconino with Sweep Against Mingus PRESCOTT- After a loss to Coconino High School on Tuesday, the Prescott High School Badgers volleyball team responded with a sweep of
20 September 2017
Nynke de Vries Smacks 18 Kills, Jailynn Butler
20 September 2017
Badgers Boys and Girls Win Every Event in
20 September 2017
Fall fruits and veggies are beginning to appear
19 September 2017
The season record for Yavapai College is now

Community News

21 September 2017
 Prescott Meals on Wheels needs Volunteers  Looking for a meaningful and rewarding volunteer opportunity in your community? Prescott Meals on Wheels is in need of volunteers to pack and serve meals,
17 September 2017
It's National Cheeseburger Day. It's a great
17 September 2017
Looking for a job? 80 potential employers will be
15 September 2017
Cherry tomatoes are in! The last time we
14 September 2017
Does your furry friend need a Rabies vaccination?

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Prescott Man Cited for Campaign Sign Theft
Prescott Man Cited for Campaign Sign Theft

Source: On September 18, the City of Prescott Communications and Public Affairs office issued a formal advisory against the removal of Campaign Signs. FULL STORY: Prescott Man Cited for Campaign Sign Theft

YCSO Cold Case Unit Investigates Arleen Cilione Murder
YCSO Cold Case Unit Investigates Arleen Cilione Murder

Source: Anyone with information on Arleen’s murder to call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1800-932-3232, or the Cold Case Unit at 928-777-7293. FULL STORY:2003 Arleen Cilione Homicide case remains Open and under Review by Cold Case Unit

Sedona Fire District Rescues Hiker
Sedona Fire District Rescues Hiker

Source: Sedona Fire District rescued a person who fell while hiking Bell Rock.

NAZ Suns Launch Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
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