January 13, 2022

Yavapai College

Prescott Vette Sette Club bolsters YC Scholarship with record car show proceeds

From left to right are: Mary Talosi, executive director of the YC Foundation; Cindy Nyman, first vice president of the YC Foundation Board of Directors; David Weinroth, Prescott Vette Sette Club president; John Morgan, Dean of CTEC;  and Tom Jones, immediate past Prescott Vette Sette Club president.  The men and women of the Prescott Vette


5 Digital Marketing Tips for Marijuana Businesses

The cannabis industry is booming nowadays. With more and more states legalizing cannabis for medicinal or recreational use, the opportunities in this industry are endless. Cannabis products are now legal to buy in many states, and there are many different options available for consumers. You can purchase dry cannabis, oil, capsules, and even edibles, as

Traffic Enforcement

Focused Traffic Enforcement for Iron Springs Road starting January 16th

During the week of January 16th, 2022, the Traffic Safety Section of the Prescott Police Department will conduct extra traffic enforcement on Iron Springs Rd, specifically at and between the intersections of Gail Gardner Way and Miller Valley Rd. Officers will concentrate their efforts on this roadway looking for dangerous and reckless violations to include

Prescott National Forest

Wilhoit Mechanical Thinning Operations Starting

Beginning this week and continuing for approximately 12 months, a contractor working on the Bradshaw Ranger District will be using heavy equipment to thin approximately 6,400 acres of the Wilhoit mastication project.  This project is being implemented under the Hassayampa Landscape Restoration Project.  The project area is located on national forest lands north and east


2022 State Of The State: Historic Investment in Arizona’s Water Future

Governor Doug Ducey  announced a historic plan — forged in partnership with Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and House Speaker Rusty Bowers — to invest $1 billion to secure Arizona’s water future for the next 100 years. “With resources available in our budget, a relationship with Mexico that we’ve built and strengthened over the last

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