City of Prescott

Prescott Mayor Phil Goode’s December Letter

Photo: Courthouse Lighting courtesy of Michael Wilson 2021 During this time of year, our thoughts turn to all of wonders of Christmas and the holiday season. Prescott is Arizona’s Christmas City. This was done by proclamation by Arizona Governor Rose Mofford in 1989.  Prescott has proudly carried this title, and we have endeavored to live

Large Animal Shelters and Emergency Readiness

On Giving Tuesday, Think of Us: Large Animal Shelters & Emergency Readiness (LASER)

Serving individuals, families and households in Yavapai County Large Animal Shelters and Emergency Readiness – LASER – is a 501(c)3 nonprofit working with Yavapai County Emergency Management to provide shelter for your barn animals during evacuations at no cost to you. We accept: horses (mares, geldings, stallions) miniature horses/Ponies mules/Donkeys goats sheep chickens pigs rabbits

Boys and Girls Club

Dancing for the Stars 2022 – The Winners

Photo: The winner of the “People’s Choice Award”, Sheriff David Rhodes & Carie Hughes Dancing for the Stars is the local Boys & Girls Clubs’ major fundraiser of the year and the event has grown to raise a significant portion of the organization’s operation budget. The event consists of an exciting dance competition in which


Badgers Ready For New Season – Ron Williams

Photo: 4 Jake Hilton tries to get away from a pair of Poston Butte Broncos The 2022 Prescott Badgers will take the field for their first game on Friday against the Carl Hayden Falcons in the first of their 10 game regular season. “We are ready for a really good season,” said senior receiver Jake

Ukraine Invasion

Putin orders troop replenishment in face of Ukraine losses – Associated Press

Photo: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, right, and Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson attend a news conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022 Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a major buildup of his country’s military forces Thursday in an apparent effort to replenish troops that have suffered heavy losses in six months of bloody warfare

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