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Happily Welcoming 2021 & Reflecting on Accomplishments in a Challenging 2020

Happy New Year! 2020 was certainly not the start to a new decade that we all anticipated and it presented many challenges and difficult times. But, among the negative, Prescott continued to shine and come together to support one another. I know all of us are, now more than ever, looking forward to welcoming in

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New classes throughout January focus on good mental health and more

MATFORCE, an anti-drug organization with a focus on primary prevention, understands that good mental health plays an important role in anyone’s decision to use healthy coping mechanisms to deal with stress. This month, many of the webinars offered have a focus on discussing ways to take care of oneself this new year. Tackling subjects like

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Prescott City Offices, Library Remain Closed through January 2021

City Boards and Commissions Meetings Remain Virtual The city of Prescott has announced that City Offices, Police and Fire Departments, and the Prescott Public Library will remain closed to the public.  Council and Board/Commission meetings will remain closed to in-person attendance by members of the public and Council and Board Members for the month of

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Nonprofit Soldier’s Best Friend pairs rescues with veterans to become service dogs

Staff Sgt. Terry Stallings served in the Army for 23 years. He was stationed across the globe, including posts in Iraq, Balad, Kuwait, Desert Storm, Mexico, Central America, Alaska, Portugal and Germany. After six combat deployments overseas, he returned home and was diagnosed with post- traumatic stress disorder. Veterans often rely on medications, therapy, sports

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Merry Christmas from Prescott eNews

Specialized Publishing LLC, the parent company of Prescott eNews wishes our readers, contributors and advertisers a Merry  Christmas filled with the peace, joy and wonder of this very special time of year. For Prescott eNews, the past year has been one of many blessings.  Since I took over as both owner and publisher in May,

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