Commercial flights continue to depart from the Prescott Regional Airport for Los Angeles and Denver, but dramatically fewer passengers are on board these days.
Local business people who tuned in to a City of Prescott virtual town hall heard the message loud and clear this week: They are not in the COVID-19 pandemic alone.
While State Rep. Noel Campbell is still holding out hope for his bill that seeks $5.3 million to help preserve pristine land in the Granite Dells, the ongoing COVID-19 threat could interfere with his plans.
The curbside library service that distributed about 8,000 items to nearly 3,000 people over the past two weeks will be suspended Friday, April 3 at the Prescott Public Library.
Additional laptop computers, adjusted personnel policies, and possible changes in revenue projections are all steps that Yavapai County is taking or anticipating because of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) threat.
In its short four-year lifetime, the sharp curve on north Willow Creek Road has been the site of nearly 20 vehicle crashes.
Budgeting for the coming fiscal year continues to move ahead at Yavapai County, with some adjustments because of the threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Based on Gov. Doug Ducey’s list of essential needs, the City of Prescott plans to continue allowing outdoor recreation, library curbside service, and restaurant curbside service.