retirement

Arizona Senate race

Bennett Snags Campbell Endorsement in LD1 Senate Race

Ken Bennett’s run for the LD1 Senate seat just got a welcome boost from former State Representative Noel Campbell. The popular three-term legislator from Prescott who represented LD1 in the state legislature from 2014 to 2020, has stated that Bennett’s experience in state government and deep connections with the district  “clearly makes him the most qualified candidate

Social Security and You

A Social Security Pop Quiz

OK, class. You’ve been reading my column for a number of years now. It’s time to see how much you’ve learned. So put on your thinking caps, get out your No. 2 pencils, and good luck with this short pop quiz. QUESTION 1: How many years of earnings are used to compute a Social Security

City of Prescott

Prescott Public Works Director Craig Dotseth to Retire

Craig Dotseth, Director of Public Works for the City of Prescott has announced his intention to retire, effective March 15, 2022.  Dotseth has 35 years of public works experience, and has served with the City of Prescott for over 25 years.  During his tenure, Dotseth served as Utilities Superintendent, Wastewater Superintendent, Senior Utilities Operations and

Retirement

How technology can help you enjoy a rewarding retirement

Retirement can be viewed in one of two ways. You can either look at it as the start of a steady decline – a time in your life when you start to slow up, lower your horizons and become more insular. Or, you can view it as an opportunity to find a sense of inner

Arizona State Mine Inspector

Governor Ducey Announces Paul Marsh As Arizona State Mine Inspector

Marsh Will Succeed Inspector Joe Hart, One Of The Longest-Serving Leaders In Governor Ducey’s Administration  Governor Doug Ducey announced the appointment of Paul Marsh to serve as Arizona State Mine Inspector upon Joe Hart’s retirement from Arizona state service. “Paul Marsh has over 25 years of industry experience and will bring a wealth of knowledge

Firefighters

Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light Announces Retirement

Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light has announced his intention to retire, effective February 1, 2022. In his letter to City management, Chief Light said:  “I’d like to personally thank each of you, the Prescott City Council, the greater Prescott community, my peers, and most importantly the men and women of the Prescott Fire Department who’ve

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