Today: Oct 22 , 2019
Yavapai County

Yavapai County

The Inevitable Roads To Growth

If there is one thing that almost everybody can agree on, it's that Prescott and the entire quad-city area are going to keep on growing. A lot.

(Updated) If you received an "I Voted" sticker today, you certainly earned it! Lines were long - hours long for most, as a better-than-expected voter turnout came to mark their ballots.
(Includes photo gallery) She has been the Preservation Specialist for the City of Prescott since 1990 and Nancy Burgess has access to the resources for developing the story of unique places.
For centuries, Law Enforcement has been a career that included generations of families. It was often common to hear statements like “I am a police officer, as was my father and his father before him.”

Tumbling to the Next Level

For some, it was their first opportunity to experience competition on a new level. They ran, they jumped and flipped in the air. They danced and tumbled, spun around on bars and did handstands on a 4-inch wide beam.

Starry Nights at Watson Lake

The Prescott Astronomy Club held the first “Starry Nights at Watson Lake” meeting of the year last week. The group met at the Upper Ramada at Watson Lake Park soon after sundown.