March 28, 2022

City of Prescott

Mayor Phil Goode’s Weekly Update

During the last City Council Study Session, we wrapped up the discussion of the second draft of the 2022 Water Management Policy. After the review of the first draft of the new Water Management Policy, Council requested some changes and adjustments which the second draft addresses. One reason this new policy is important is because

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

Growing up is meant to be one of the very best times of our lives but it can also be tough. There are many pressures, and some young people are exposed to situations and experiences that make them vulnerable. Children’s emotional, mental health is a global concern. When I researched the statistics of children and


Searching for ‘ground truth’ on Mars with NASA’s Curiosity Rover – NAU

Photo : NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover explores the Gale Crater. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS Launched in 2011, NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Curiosity Rover arrived on Mars in 2012 to explore the Gale Crater, acquiring rock, soil and air samples to help scientists characterize the geology of Mars and understand what the planet’s crust is


Opinion: When Gasoline Prices Rise, Politicians Get Predictable – Inside Sources

What is it about oil price spikes that befuddle politicians? This is especially true of Democrats, but Republicans, too, have had moments of confusion about oil. In fact, Republican president Richard Nixon was, when it came to energy, very confused. Most notably, he didn’t realize that his own policies were responsible for many of the bad

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