I vividly remember the mid-July weekend we moved to Prescott 14 years ago. The cable TV installer was outside putting up the satellite dish in the midst of a fierce storm. Thunder boomed and lightning flashed ...
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Ten days. That is how long you have until your ballot is due in the City of Prescott mail-in Primary Election.
One thing most people love to talk about is the weather. In fact, if you’ve ever had a conversation with Mom or Dad on the phone, invariably the topic of “how hot is it there?” comes up.
In a recent speech, a candidate for Prescott council said this: “Can any of you name a city in the last 100 years that has ran (sic) out of water in the western United States?”
I imagine few people would say that Yosemite or Yellowstone national parks should have instead been sold to private developers, and that those great parks should never have come to be.
People must understand that vaccination is critical to prevent the virus from mutating from one that threatens us all, to one that kills you.
Being quite dismayed about the smear campaign waged against three of our candidates for office here in Prescott, I decided to research the source of the mailings, Arizona Residents Council (ARC).
Over the past few weeks, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of positive COVID-19 test results in Yavapai County. We knew there would be an increase after the events that took place around our Fourth of July celebrations, but these numbers have me concerned.
A recent editorial claims voter-approved Props 400 and 401 were weaponized by the public as “leverage” in the AED Development Agreement and Annexation review process.
USAF Space and Missile Systems Center Research Scientist here... One of my jobs was helping the USAF and Department of Defense understand climate change. Unlike us, the Pentagon takes climate change “very” seriously.
On a recent Sunday it took forever to drive to the mall. A rainstorm had knocked out the traffic light at Highway 69 and Prescott Lakes Parkway.