February 5, 2022

City of Prescott

Revisions to Open Call to the Public – City of Prescott

Prescott City Council has been conducting its Open Call to the Public at the start of Voting Meetings since the December 21st meeting. As part of the city’s ongoing efforts to promote transparency and public input, the Open Call has allowed citizens to address Council regarding local issues. This is an evolving public process and Council’s priority is to ensure

Prescott Valley an Option to become Home of the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes

While not a certainty by any means, there’s a chance that the scene of sports in Prescott might be joined by a major league team. Of course, the state of Arizona has a team in each of the four major leagues, but they’re concentrated in Phoenix and Glendale. Now, due to complications with their present

What Does the Offseason Hold in Store for the Arizona Cardinals?

Their season has only just ended, but Arizona Cardinals fans are already looking ahead. What lessons have been learned from the past and how can the team best prepare for the challenges ahead?   A Review of the 2021 Season The Cardinals ended the regular season with an 11-6 record that put them in second

Emergency Services

Results from Multi-Agency Speed Enforcement Detail – Prescott Police Department

Through grant funding made possible by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, the Prescott Police Department, the Prescott Valley Police Department, Chino Valley Police Department and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office participated in a speed and aggressive driving enforcement detail on Wednesday, February 2nd from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. The areas of focus were Pioneer Parkway, Willow Creek Road, and Highways 89 and 89A. During the detail 13 officers conducted 98 traffic stops


How Career and Technical Education Support Special Education Students

February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, and I recently had the pleasure of attending a daylong professional development training that focused on instructional practices that career and technical education teachers can use in their classrooms that will allow special education students a better opportunity to learn the content.  I was joined by several

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