Today: Sep 22 , 2019
Current News

Current News

According to the Prescott Police Department, when suspect Nathan Ring was driving a stolen car, he was also involved in a hit and run.
When the call came in regarding a burglary in progress, Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies responded immediately and subsequently catching one of the suspects.
Prescott Valley Council members will vote Thursday night on spending $890,113 on new water meters for the town, and will likely accept the town's 2007-2008 Annual Financial Report.

Chief Randy Oaks has come up with a plan for mitigating the jail closure, but he's not happy about it.
Prescott is down almost $100M in taxable revenue for the first 6 months of FY 2009. Yet tourism was only down 4.33%. Compared to the rest of the state, that's looking pretty good.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, January 27, as the Digital Library comes to Prescott.