Photo: Jennifer Kendall, Lead Librarian, Youth Services at Prescott Public Library Prescott Public Library Librarian Jennifer Kendall has become a familiar face at the Yavapai County Juvenile Justice School (YCJJS). Each month for the last eight years Kendall has visited the YCJJS to share her love of teen literature with residents. In the past year
May 5, 2021
Starting May 10-24, 2021 public access to portions of the Verde River will be closed to allow for Feral Cattle Removal. River access from Beasley Flat to the confluence with Fossil Creek will be closed; the public will not be able to launch, take out, float through or camp along this section of the river.
Photo: 22 Leigha Walker slides into third ahead of the tag by Marissa Vocca of Mingus RJ Parra smacked a bases clearing triple to conclude a four run seventh inning rally and a thrilling 8-7 win over the #4 Mingus Marauders, on Senior Day at Prescott High School. The win will surely help the Badgers
On April 30th, 2021, YCSO arrested and charged 38-year-old Quintin Causey of Bagdad with Reckless Driving and Endangerment after he drove recklessly with several teens in the bed of his truck. The incident originally occurred on April 24th, 2021 around 8 pm. YCSO received a tip and video of the incident which showed Causey making
The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) has begun drafting rules for new forms of gaming in Arizona following Governor Doug Ducey’s signing of historic legislation and an amended Tribal-State Gaming Compacts (Compacts). These actions pave the way for modernized gaming in Arizona and will soon generate millions of dollars in new revenue for essential public
Governor Doug Ducey has signed into law legislation (HB 2502) sponsored by State Representative Shawnna LM Bolick (R-20) which prohibits posting another person’s personal identifying information online for the purpose of that person being harassed. “After hearing numerous stories of women who were ‘doxed’ by an abusive ex, and living in fear for their safety, I knew