Ranks in top 20 most profitable U.S. markets
The Prescott area is one of the most profitable areas for home sellers in the nation, according to ATTOM Data Solutions.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s assertions that he has no role in deciding the future of four Confederate monuments on state land appear not to be backed up by statute, according to two key state lawmakers.
Should Prescott use its cash on hand for pension debt?
For some voters, word this past week that the City of Prescott has a fund balance of $123.5 million begged a question: Why is a sales-tax increase needed if the city has so much money on hand?
Need2Know: Mexican street food in Prescott; Jim’s Auto Clinic awarded; Go Bananas has new owners; new Asian market in PV
Mexican street food in Prescott Three local brothers, Angel, Alex and Carlos Marin, have started a small eating establishment where the coffee shop Solanos Y Hermanos used to be, 520 W. Sheldon St., in Prescott.
Proposition 442 is ‘equally important’ as Proposition 443
The City of Prescott’s bid to extend its Home Rule Option for another four years (Proposition 442) may not have generated as much voter interest as Proposition 443, but officials say it is also critical to the city’s future.
The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained stuck at 5.1 percent in July, a figure now virtually unchanged for a year, even as the national jobless rate dropped a tenth of a point last month to 4.3 percent.
On his way down the 675-foot water slide on Union Street at the 2017 Northern Arizona Monsoon Festival on Saturday, Aug. 19, Brian Patterson had only one thought going through his mind: don’t let his son get down first.
Primary ballots due in by 7 p.m. Aug. 29
Now about two weeks into the City of Prescott’s primary voting period, more than 6,000 ballots have been processed at the County Recorder’s Office.
Attendees of all stripes prove there’s something for everyone
Wandering through the Western Collectibles & Firearms Gun Show at the Prescott Valley Event Center on Saturday, Aug. 19, Daniel Gilliam said he was looking for a bow case and wound up finding a crossbow for his friend.
The Prescott Western Heritage Foundation will award two very unique scholarships for up to $2,000 each this year to deserving students ages 16 -19.
Yavapai County Public Works will perform chip seal and fog seal work on various county-maintained roads in Congress, Cornville, Spring Valley, Peeples Valley, Yarnell, Bagdad and Hillside.
Sunday, Aug. 20 Guided Naturalists Walks, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m., Gathering Circle, James Family Discovery Garden, Highlands Center, 1375 Walker Road.
Six police officers were shot, one of them fatally, in three separate gun incidents in Florida and Pennsylvania late Friday, Aug. 18, officials said.
An old counterfeiting technique has reappeared in the Verde Valley and as far east as Cornville and Mayer, according to authorities.
Polk says enough laws are on the books; judges must now act on them
Arizona is the harshest state in the U.S. when it comes to DUI offenders, according to a survey by economic website Wallethub.com.
Hearing continued for 6 weeks for possible acceptance of plea by Jeremiah Gaver
Jeremiah Gaver appeared in Yavapai County Superior Court Friday, Aug. 18, for a pre-trial conference, but at the request of his attorney, the hearing was continued until Oct. 4.
Two-vehicle collision occurred early Friday near Munds Park
Four people were killed after a two-vehicle collision on northbound I-17 near Munds Park early Friday.
A woman on a three-wheeled motorcycle was seriously injured Friday, Aug. 18, when she crashed into the rear of a car on Highway 69, according to Prescott Valley police.
Arizona politicians have invoked the “rule of law” for more than a decade as the guiding principle in pushing for tougher immigration laws, arguing that no one — no matter who you are — is above the law.
One of two men arrested in a July 30 drug bust has been sentenced to probation, while the other has had his prosecution set off, according to court documents.
A Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputy found 40 pounds of marijuana sealed in bags in a motorhome he stopped on Interstate 40 on Tuesday, Aug. 15, and arrested the driver, said Dwight D’Evelyn, YCSO spokesman.
Ongoing “Meeting the 4 O’Clock Train” exhibit, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley St., chronicling the boom-to-bust railway legacy that almost cost Arizona its statehood. 928-445-3122.
What today’s students think about when making the decision
For a lot of high school students in the Prescott area, the decision on whether to attend Yavapai College (YC) before going to a four-year university is a common one.
Case will return to sheriff’s office based on new evidence
The Yavapai County Attorney has dismissed the charges against Gene Carpenter, the man arrested for operating his drone in the restricted airspace over the Goodwin Fire in June.
Police ask merchants to exam currency before accepting it
The Cottonwood Police Department has taken several reports of counterfeit $100 and $50 bills this month being passed at local businesses.
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