November 25, 2021

Sharlot Hall Museum

Museum Rings in Christmas Season with Two Holiday Events

The Sharlot Hall Museum sets the stage for Prescott’s holiday happenings this year with two family events, including the all-new “A Frontier Christmas Carol.” Frontier Christmas, the traditional evening event, will take place December 4. “A Frontier Christmas Carol,” a new theater presentation, tells a familiar holiday tale with old-time radio flair on December 9.

Crime

Prescott Valley Police Seek Public’s Help To Identify Theft Suspect

On October 23, 2021, an unknown subject entered the Goodwill Thrift Store at 7620 E State Route 69 in Prescott Valley, took another customer’s purse containing money, and left the store in an unknown direction and unknown vehicle. The suspect is described as a Hispanic female, 40-60 years old, 5′ to 5’6 in height, about

Non-profits

So Many Reasons to Be Thankful

On this day before the big Thanksgiving celebration, we wanted to thank you for all the ways you’ve Shown Up United this year. We’ve been so fortunate to have your support and partnership as we’ve worked to improve lives throughout Yavapai County. Some of our gratitude we expressed at our recent Gala. In addition to recognizing our

Prescott National Forest

THANK YOU: Trails Volunteers & Partner Organizations

To our volunteers and partners, we sincerely thank you for your contributions to the trails and wilderness of the Prescott National Forest during the last year. Volunteers donated over 4,000 hours resulting in 284 miles of trails maintained and over 20 miles of trail constructed in 2021. Your dedication to the safety, sustainability and enjoyment

Opinion

Opinion: Having a Happy Thanksgiving? Thank Capitalism.

Four hundred years ago, Puritan settlers and their Wampanoag dining companions endured hardships it would be difficult for 21st-century children to imagine. “What could they see but a hideous and desolate wilderness, full of wilde beasts and wilde men,” Plymouth Colony’s William Bradford wrote of the new land they made their home, according to the

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