To most locals it’s simply Acker Music Night. To some this event defines that nice “hometown feeling” that we love Prescott for. The Courthouse is lit, you’re bundled up, full of holiday cheer, and running into all sorts of people you know.
The big news of the day and the week is that the wall at Lowe's on the northside is falling apart...
Prescott isn't the only community celebrating Christmas this year! The first annual Chino Valley Hometown Christmas event, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and The Summit Church was held, and judged to be a joyful success.
Outside temperatures were less than 40º on Saturday morning, but that didn't stop APS volunteers and many others from loading free firewood into the back of pickup trucks for needy families.
For eight years now Prescott Valley’s Fain Park has been lit up to become a spectacular drive through Holiday display.
Debbie Stewart, founder of the popular newsletter for non-profit organizations in Prescott called, "By the Seat of My Pants" was recently honored by the Association for Fundraising Professionals (AFP). Jim Robak, the President of the Northern Arizona chapter of the AFP nominated Stewart saying, "That newsletter Debbie puts out reaches over 500 non-profit organizations. That's their bloodline to find out everything they need to know."