March 11, 2022

City of Prescott

City of Prescott Hires New Public Works Director Mr. Ashley Couch

The City of Prescott has hired C. Ashley Couch, P.E., CFM as its new Public Works Director, effective April 4, 2022.  He will replace Craig Dotseth, P.E., who is retiring as Public Works Director. Mr. Couch comes to the city with 29 years of professional experience, including 23 years of local government management experience.  He

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Growing More Flowers In The Garden this Spring – Ken Lain

There are lots of annuals grown for their foliage, like coleuses and caladiums. Blooming plants remain the most popular annuals. That’s because annual plants repeatedly bloom, giving undemanding joyous color throughout our warm months. They are intended to deliver season-long color and then be added to the compost pile as we head into winter. There’s


AG Brnovich Obtains $500,000 for Victims and a Permanent Ban of Telemarketing Scammer

Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced that his office obtained a Consent Judgment against a series of telemarketing companies owned by Robert Kenneth Contreras. The settlement resolves the State’s claims that PublisherTech, LLC d/b/a Above CMS, Publisher Wealth Corporation, and Upstarter, LLC solicited consumers across the United States by falsely promising substantial income from selling

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