As a fairly new resident who moved from Fresno, CA., I immediately felt welcomed to Prescott and I believed the signs downtown: Prescott-Everybody's Hometown.
Series on Immigration, Part 3: They appear to be antaganists - the men wearing the yellow shirts on the south side of Lincoln Avenue, and the day workers across the street on the north side, standing underneath the National Bank billboard, hoping to find work for the day. If you stop to talk with either group, you might find that the thoughts and feelings expressed here is simply a microcosm of the debate taking place across the country.
The ballots have all been mailed in and most of them have been counted in the City Council Primary election. And the preliminary results are in - but the key word here is preliminary.
On Sunday, September 9, at approximately 5:52 PM, an inmate at the Yavapai County Jail in Prescott gave birth to a baby boy in the jail infirmary.
Yavapai County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of an assault that had occurred on Gail Lane near Salt Mine Road in Camp Verde.