Jim Dutton interviews Bryan Masche about his run for Arizona Governor, why he is running, and what is his background.
February 12, 2022
As you get older, your health becomes even more important to you. Staying fit and healthy becomes a priority. Taking charge of your health and planning for the future is important. When you are planning, you also tend to realize just how much time you need to spend on ensuring you are as healthy as
Live theater returned to the stage of Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts on Thursday night with the revival of Jason Miller’s Tony Award winning drama, That Championship Season. The 1973 Broadway hit about the hypocrisy, personal failings, and prejudices of small town America also won the New York Drama Critics Award for Best Play and the 1973
Photo: 15 Jason Parent goes to the basket in the first half for two of his 37 points Varsity Boys Basketball The Prescott Badgers opened up the playoffs by beating the Thunderbird Titans 80-70, in the Badger Dome. It is the third time this season the Badgers have beaten Thunderbird. It is also the first
In its first year, the Prescott Community Compost Project diverted more than 40 tons of food scraps from the landfill and distributed 5,000 pounds of nutrient-rich compost to local gardeners. In the fall of 2020, the City of Prescott was awarded a two-year grant from USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to pilot a small-scale
Firefighters continue to make progress on the 7-acre Yankee Doodle Fire which is 90% contained. The Yankee Doodle Fire was reported on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, on the Bradshaw Ranger District. The fire is approximately 12 miles south of Prescott near Palace Station (T12N, R1W, Sec 18). Today firefighters will continue to secure and mop-up