March 1, 2023

Prescott Puzzle Rides

Puzzle Rides Prescott launches NEW entertainment experience

Puzzle Rides Prescott is a well-known adventure game where players are taken on an escape room style adventure via golf cart and must use teamwork, along with elements of the route, to solve a series of puzzles before time runs out. Like an escape room, players only have a limited amount of time to reach

City of Prescott

The Realities of Land Development and Growth In Prescott – Mayor Phil Goode

During my many years of serving the Citizens of Prescott as Planning and Zoning Commissioner, Councilmember and Mayor, one overarching topic has been growth and development in Prescott. After moving here, I became involved in many organizations, and as a result was quickly plugged into the issues facing our community. Among them, growth, land development

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Watters Free Garden Classes in March

Free Garden Classes are offered every Saturday from 9:30 to 10:30am at Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Rd in Prescott. March 4 @ 9:30am – Spring To-Do List for Better Gardens Finally, a To-Do list you’ll actually enjoy! This class discusses all the garden “P’s”: Preparation, Prevention, Protection, and Pruning. March 11 – Watters


Crime survivors rally at state Capitol to demand better trauma care – Cronkite News

Photo: Charlotte Webber, left, and Katrina Smith, members of Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, stand on stage at the “Survivors Speak” rally outside the state Capitol on Monday. (Photo by Izabella Hernandez/Cronkite News) Crime survivors and their families from across Arizona gathered at the state Capitol Monday asking lawmakers to fund trauma recovery centers

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