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Legal Beat

Prescott Jail Gets Day in Court

A hearing in the lawsuit to halt the Yavapai County jail construction for environmental reasons has been set for November 9, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. in the Yavapai County Courthouse before Judge Michael McGill. But it may not be about the issues the Plaintiff wanted to discuss. Bill Williams, a journalist with a paralegal degree

Politics

Save the Dells offers 2020 Election Endorsements and Critiques

[Disclaimer: These endorsements are from the Save the Dells organization, not Prescott eNews.] We can’t save the Granite Dells if we don’t have elected leaders courageous enough to get the job done. The 2020 election is a big deal for many reasons; add saving the Dells to the list. That’s why we would like to

Local

Highway 69 Club to Meet on Jail Discussion

The Highway 69 Republican and Conservative Club will  host a discussion of the proposal to build a new jail in Prescott at its upcoming meeting on Tuesday,  August 18th.  Candidates for County Attorney,  County Sheriff and County Board of  Supervisors who were successful in the August 4th primary  election have been invited. Three Board of Supervisor candidates

Local

Opponents Rally Against New Jail

A local citizens’ group, Stop the Jail,  gathered in front of  the County Building on Fair Street Monday morning, to rally against a new jail in Prescott.  A small crowd of  activists  numbering between 80 and 100,  held signs and conducted an orderly  march in front of the building while the Board of Supervisors met

Local

Jail Opponents to Rally

Opposition to a new county jail in Prescott is now organized and growing.  A coalition of concerned citizens  has scheduled a  Rally Against the Jail,  Monday,  August 3rd,  outside the County  Building, 1015 Fair Street, from 8:30 to 11:00am. The Rally was originally scheduled to coincide with a Special Meeting on the jail set by the

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Prescott Rally’s Against New Jail

A rally against the proposal to build a new 144 bed jail and judicial complex in Prescott drew upwards of 60 opponents Friday morning to the proposed site on Prescott Lakes Parkway. The County Board of Supervisors originally scheduled July 17th as the ceremonial ground breaking for the new jail, but cancelled the event at

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