In one of the most consequential city elections in memory, Prescott voters have chosen a new Mayor and a set of City Council candidates who have promised to bring reform to City Hall. The County Elections Office has announced that current City Councilman and Mayoral candidate Phil Goode, has won a landslide election to replace Prescott’s two-term incumbent Mayor,
David McNabb talks about creation science and then interviews Jaye Lene Long, the co-founder and director of Hope Fest AZ. This year, Hope Fest will be on September 11, 2021.
On Monday, August 2, the streets of Prescott Valley will be busy with students walking to bus stops and schools. The Prescott Valley Police Department is urging drivers to be aware of the school year starting and to allow themselves more time to get to their destinations. Traffic flows will be impacted by buses that
“After an extensive search, we are delighted to introduce Isabella Chewning as the new Executive Director of the Mountain Artists Guild (the Guild),” stated Dawn Zintel, the Guild Board President. “Isabella brings a wealth of arts management experience, along with her fresh outlook and considerable artistic talent,” Zintel added. Chewning, a Prescott native, attended Arizona
Glenn Martin and Phil Goode continue to discuss the issues, including the public input to the City Council, the Arizona Eco Development Agreement, and veterans. Mr. Goode wants to restore the public’s trust in city government, and is disappointed by the disrespectful smear campaign that has occurred.
Following the purchase of a new City Hall Building at 201 N. Montezuma Street, the city plans to pursue requests for qualifications (RFQ) and then requests for proposals (RFP) from the private sector on the redevelopment of the current City Hall site at 201 S. Cortez Street. The city is seeking public input on concepts