May 11, 2022

Sharlot Hall Museum

Frontier Fun & Entertainment at the Living History Adventure, May 14 – Sharlot Hall Museum

This Saturday, May 14, the Sharlot Hall Museum will come to life with Living History interpreters, activities, games, and more. The theme, “Entertain Me,” introduces guests to the home-grown pastimes of Territorial Prescott. Early settlers in Arizona often created their own entertainment, from music and socializing to crafts, games, and stories. Community gatherings were popular

Regional Park

Prescott City Council Approves Intergovernmental Agreement For Glassford Hill Open Space

Tuesday the Prescott City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with Yavapai County and the Town of Prescott Valley, to acquire approximately 3,300 acres of Arizona State Trust Land on and around Glassford Hill.   The IGA was approved last week by Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and is scheduled to be reviewed by the Prescott

Yavapai County

At Community Roundtable, Sinema Highlights Historic Infrastructure Investments for Yavapai County

Senator discusses implementation of wildfire and transportation funding with city, town, and county leaders Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema hosted a roundtable with local leaders from across Yavapai County to discuss the region’s infrastructure funding priorities – including wildfire mitigation, water security, and transportation expansion – as she works to implement historic investments from her bipartisan infrastructure

Opinion

Opinion: Biden Administration Targets Charter Schools

President Biden is keeping a campaign promise that will, unfortunately, make life more difficult for students and parents.  The administration recently proposed a new Department of Education rule to make it more difficult for nonprofit organizations to open charter schools, forcing them to comply with many unnecessary regulations and bureaucratic paperwork requests. The rule would

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