The City Council Subcommittee on Appointments is seeking applications from citizens who are interested in serving on the Tourism Advisory Committee. Board, Commission, Committee Term Number of Vacancies Must be a Prescott Resident Tourism Advisory Committee Current to 03/2023 1 No Boards, commissions and committees provide opportunities for citizens to take an active role
As another summer winds down and a new school year is on the horizon, the James Family Prescott YMCA wants to remind parents and caregivers that the Y’s afterschool program is a place where children can remain active, learning and engaged during their time out of school – a critical time for all school-age children.
The Prescott City Council yesterday unanimously approved the Development Agreement with Arizona Eco Development (AED), putting into motion a series of steps that will ultimately ensure that approximately 475 acres of prime Granite Dells property will become open space, owned by the City of Prescott for public use. The agreement will also provide 270 acres
I was the victim of a vicious smear campaign when I challenged Mr. Mengarelli for Prescott mayor in 2017. Time to break my silence. Part of my decision to come forward now involves both an acceptance of my disability, and an understanding of my ensuing private humiliation. But my decision also stems from utter disgust
UPDATE: 7/8. A hit piece mailer on two of the candidates has shown up in mailboxes today. It is not from any of the campaigns directly but rather from a political hit piece organization with the innocuous sounding name “Arizona Residents Council”. It is listed as an “education” focused nonprofit. This is the common tool
The job that Tyran “Ty” Payne has been dreaming about since childhood and striving for since he joined the U.S. Army at age 18 is now his. Payne is Yavapai College’s new police chief. He succeeds Jerald Monahan, who has turned in his badge after a 42-year law enforcement career to take the reins of