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Hypnotherapist offers helping hand to deal with Coronavirus uncertainties

As concerns about the Coronavirus and other national crises continues, and daily stress levels rise to new heights, one award winning hypnotherapist is doing her bit to help people cope. Prescott-based hypnotherapy expert Carrie Ann Apap has released a free download on her website designed to help people deal with the daily uncertainties they are

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15 Kayakers/Paddle Boarders Escape Injury During Microburst

About 5:30 PM on Saturday, September 5th, Prescott Regional Communication Center started to receive multiple 911 calls of overturned kayakers on Watson Lake. When the initial crews arrived on scene they encountered high winds and multiple people in the lake surrounded by kayaks and paddle boards. At the point in time that the high winds

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City Seeks New Applications for Multiple Boards, Commissions & Committees

The City Council Subcommittee for Appointments is seeking applications from citizens who are interested in serving on a number of the City’s Boards, Commissions & Committees. The city is currently seeking applications for the following Boards Commissions or Committees: Board, Commission, Committee Term Number of Vacancies Must be a Prescott Resident Tourism Advisory Committee Current

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The Discovery Gardens Re-Open on Labor Day!

The Highlands Center for Natural History, 1375 S. Walker Road, Prescott On Monday, September 7, the James Family Discovery Gardens will reopen to the public. Come celebrate the beauty and extraordinary biological diversity of the Central Highlands. The Gardens are open daily from 8am to 4pm. There is no charge and parking is free. Visitors

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City of Prescott Labor Day Schedule

The City of Prescott will be closed for business on Monday, September 7th in observance of the Labor Day Holiday.   City offices will reopen on Tuesday, September 8th, at 8 a.m. The Solid Waste Division will be collecting residential trash and recyclables on Monday, September 7th. Please have your containers curbside by 6:00 a.m. Commercial

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COVID-19 Causes Garden Center to go Viral

Garden Centers throughout the country were closed for a season in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, New Mexico, and California. Governor Ducey declared garden centers essential in April because so many gardeners rely on them for vegetable seed, herbal starts, and fruit trees. Watters Garden Center was allowed to remain open under stringent guidelines. Ken Lain says, “We

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