Members of public go through Citizens’ Police Academy
It takes about three months to hire a police officer.
While an art teacher for a good part of her adult life, Bonnie Casey accumulated a significant collection of artwork.
Hearing your business is on fire is one of the worst bits of news a business owner can receive.
Local officials say it’s better to talk about issue than hush it up
There has been a tremendous amount of feedback nationally from psychologists to educators about a recently released Netflix program called “13 Reasons Why.”
Invention measures CO2 levels inside vehicles and reacts to save children's, pets' lives
While Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to sign an Arizona bill into law that licenses people to break into cars to rescue children or pets, such damage may not be necessary in the near future thanks to one Prescott man.
Tim’s Auto Group has been bought out by Findlay Automotive Group. The sale was finalized on Wednesday, May 10.
Competition over, they plan to stay another day
Seth Bowman takes a break from practicing his sheaf toss, a Highland Games athletics event in which a bundle of straw is tossed vertically with a pitchfork over a raised bar.
Who bought it and who let it go
Letting go of something you’ve built and nurtured for many years can be a stressor in its own right, even when the time is ripe and you’re paid $600,000 to do it.
Everyone near and far is invited to celebrate the life of Gold King Mine Ghost Town’s founder, Don Robertson, on Saturday, May 20.
Need2Know: American Craft Beer Week; economic development advocates awarded; Fann Contracting honored; Prescott Dentistry celebrates law enforcement
American Craft Beer Week Several beer-heavy establishments in Prescott will be celebrating American Craft Beer Week (May 15 through 21).