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Opinion: Just Because It’s Legal Doesn’t Mean It’s Ethical

Photo: Deep Well Ranch development Shortly after Barrack Obama was elected Senator from Illinois, his wife, who was working as an executive at the University of Chicago Medical Center, received a promotion and a pay increase of nearly $200,000 a year. The question arises, was Michelle Obama given the promotion and pay increase of almost

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Eric Moore

Glenn Martin interviews Eric Moore, who is running for Prescott City Council. Eric talks about need for managed growth instead of the unprecedented growth we have been seeing. His issues include traffic, water use, and the mass grading that developers are using to build homes.

Elections

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum Luncheon

July 12th, 2021 Prescott Resort and Conference Center* 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This month we will hear from the Prescott mayoral and city council candidates. Each candidate will be given five minutes to address the Forum. If you wish to ask questions, candidates will be available before or after the event. The following candidates

Local

Amy Bonney Named Prescott Police Chief

The City of Prescott has named Amy Bonney Police Chief, following a national search.   Bonney has served as Interim Police Chief since February, following the retirement of Debora Black. “I am pleased to name Amy Bonney Chief of Police,” said City Manager Michael Lamar.  “Amy has a record of outstanding leadership and service to the

Events

City of Prescott 4th of July Fireworks Event Details

The City of Prescott will host their Independence Day Fireworks on Watson Lake on Sunday, July 4.  The family-friendly event will begin at 3 p.m., with fireworks expected to take place around 9:00p.m.  Here are important event details: State Route 89 will be closed between the Willow Lake Road roundabout, and Prescott Lakes Parkway, starting

Arts & Culture

40th Annual Prescott Bluegrass Festival this weekend

The Prescott Bluegrass Festival is celebrating its 40th year June 26 & 27, 2021. The festival started as a fiddle contest dedicated to a local fiddler. In the mid-80’s it took on the character of a typical bluegrass festival. Until the mid-’90s, the event was held at Watson Lake Park and then moved to its

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