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Highlighting Prescott’s ‘well-kept secret’

Arizona Israel Technology Alliance meeting focuses on local tech potential

With Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s cybersecurity expertise as a backdrop, about 20 Israeli entrepreneurs had a business-to-business encounter with their Arizona counterparts this past week.

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Trail of the Month: Badger Mountain Trail

The trail ties together sweeping views with forest terrain

At virtually every turn on the newly rerouted Badger Mountain Trail, a stellar view of Thumb Butte, or downtown Prescott, or Granite Mountain is front and center.

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From single mother to ‘Fab Five,’ Prescott’s Carol Springer leaves behind singular legacy

If there was new ground to be broken in Prescott over the past half-century or so, Carol Springer was the woman to do it.

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Highway 89 widening features new roundabout

ADOT: Project should be completed by August 2019

The number of roundabout intersections on Highway 89 is on the rise once again.

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Prescott Library meeting-room fees termed a ‘no win’

A move that was intended to generate revenue for the Prescott Public Library reportedly has had the opposite result.

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Major upgrades planned at Prescott Airport

$146.5M in improvements over next 20 years

With projects totaling more than $146 million now on the books, the Prescott Municipal Airport is looking at multiple major improvements over the next two decades.

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Cleared for takeoff: Booking is underway for United Express flights from Prescott to Denver, L.A.

On most days of the week beginning Aug. 29, one hundred dollars will get Prescott passengers to Los Angeles and back.

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Point of Rocks will be key to coming Prescott annexation debate

Water also central to discussion over Arizona Eco

Rocks and water: For months to come, the two prominent Prescott features are expected to take center stage in the community.

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Prescott/CCJ homeless work program gets underway

Jobs offer welcome opportunity, say shelter residents

Picking up trash and debris vs. panhandling: For a group of past and present residents of the Coalition for Compassion and Justice’s homeless shelter, it’s no contest.

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"Some ‘Change for the Better’ ideas catch on; others flounder

Prescott’s recent “experiment” on how best to reduce panhandling on city streets has had mixed results, say city officials.

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