City, school officials surprised by timing
While the list of “wins” in Prescott’s historic preservation is extensive, one long-time preservation advocate maintains that this week’s demolition of the old Miller Valley Elementary School counts among the “losses.”
Irritated? Shooting one down 'is not an option,' City Attorney says
If it’s not a bird, and it’s not a plane, that buzz you hear overhead could very well be a drone.
Once again, Prescott is having a moment on a national listing. This week, the Expedia Viewfinder travel blog chose Prescott as the only Arizona destination to be included in its “18 Cities That Must Be Seen in 2018.”
Two local librarians add to Prescott Library’s reading selections
Thanks to two long-time employees at the Prescott Public Library, patrons have a wide selection of sometimes hard-to-find reading categories: graphic novels, and audiobooks for young adults and children.
City unlikely to adopt ‘verified alarm response’
Mandatory free registration and an accelerated false-alarm fine schedule could be in store for users of security alarms in Prescott.
Council approves $939,000 valve- rehab project
For 99 years, valves on the Granite Creek Dam have allowed water to be released from Watson Lake — originally for irrigation purposes, and more recently, for recharging the aquifer.
Constellation Trail quickest way to reach Granite Dells
It’s already the go-to trail for Prescott residents wanting to show off the area’s beauty to visiting family and friends.
Current project more than half complete; next postponed until spring
With about 60 percent of the city’s $5.1 million Highway 89 widening project now behind it, the community can expect the conclusion by about May or June.
Project could cost city nearly $1 million
A nearly $1 million dam repair at Watson Lake, and a $21.6 million loan for the wastewater treatment system work will be among the issues that Prescott City Council members will deal with this week.
Watch where you walk and ride
Anyone who has walked or cycled the streets of Prescott probably has a close-call story: The time a right-turning vehicle nearly hit them in a crosswalk, or the time a vehicle turned left directly in front of an oncoming bicycle rider.