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Flash flood warnings continue today, July 25, as rescue workers are working to locate a teen-age girl washed away during a rescue effort Saturday.
Flooding from a severe monsoon storm early Friday afternoon, July 23, closed Prescott Valley streets in the vicinity of Roundup and Viewpoint drives as well as Robert Road, from Tranquil Boulevard to Highway 89A, the Prescott Valley Police Department reported in the mid-afternoon.
Mile High Brewfest, the premiere beer-tasting event in the beautiful outdoors of Prescott, will be held on Saturday, Aug. 21, at Mile High Field, 300 S. Granite St. in downtown Prescott.
For the first time since 2004, the U.S. men’s basketball team has lost in the Olympics. And the Americans’ quest for a fourth consecutive gold medal is already in serious trouble.
Chase Kalisz got things rolling, claiming the first U.S. gold at the Olympic pool.
An escaped bull has eluded capture for several days on Long Island despite searchers employing a helicopter and night-vision equipment along with attempts to lure the roaming animal with grain and a cow.
A New York man and a Maine woman are facing charges over cocaine disguised as a cake that was seized from their vehicle, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency said Wednesday, July 21.
Moderating a Facebook gardening group in western New York is not without challenges. There are complaints of wooly bugs, inclement weather and the novice members who insist on using dish detergent on their plants.
Ten days. That is how long you have until your ballot is due in the City of Prescott mail-in Primary Election.
With all of the concerns over ballots and voting in the news, will YOU vote in upcoming elections via mail?
- Yes. I believe questionable practices and vote-by-mail concerns are either not happening here or are overblown. 77%
- No, I will either vote in person or not at all. The system needs true reform. 21%
- I do not care. 2%
312 total votes
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In 1865, the first Masonic Lodge in Arizona held its first meeting in the upper room of the Governor’s mansion in Prescott.
Today, we take electricity for granted. We only realize how essential this utility is when a power outage occurs. We are, pun intended, literally in the dark when appliances, lighting and heating/cooling systems do not function.
The Launch Pad Teen Center is eager for its final landing in a newly renovated home suitable for all teens throughout the quad-city area seeking to find their place, make new friends and explore talents and opportunities they might otherwise prove elusive.
Leanna enjoys school – especially math – and speaks highly of her teachers. She loves music and likes to get outdoors to play sports or catch frogs and bugs – but she is very much a “girly-girl,” too!
Immanuelle, known as Manny, is a straight-A student and aspires to be an engineer someday – though he also dreams of a career playing for the Golden State Warriors or Denver Broncos.
Joan passed away peacefully at Highgate Senior Living. Joan lived in Prescott from 1993 until her death.
James Carroll Bell (Jim) passed away Thursday, July 15, 2021, in Prescott, Arizona.
The United States is in an "unnecessary predicament” of soaring COVID-19 cases fueled by unvaccinated Americans and the virulent delta variant, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert said Sunday.
As drought- and wind-driven wildfires have become more dangerous across the American West in recent years, firefighters have tried to become smarter in how they prepare.
Most mornings, 62-year-old Maria Elena Estamilla wakes up with pelvic pain and dread that she faces the same fate as her mother and grandmother: fatal cervical cancer.