With garbage that dates back to the early 1930s lying beneath the ground at Prescott’s old Sundog Ranch landfill, some area residents have raised concerns about potential environmental threats to a new jail that is in the works on the adjacent land.
Yavapai County’s proposed site for a new jail in Prescott has generated more than 50 letters of opposition from local residents to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ).
Cell tower placement, a city reimbursement for a street extension in Granite Dells Estates, and raises for the three council-appointed employees will be among the issues the Prescott City Council will consider this week.
Entries are expected to be down this year, but the Prescott Veterans Day Parade is still scheduled to go on Nov. 11 – albeit with a few changes.
Temperatures approaching 90 degrees, coupled with little shade and long lines, spelled medical trouble for dozens of attendees at the re-election campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Prescott earlier this week.
Located not far from the banks of Miller Creek in the middle of Prescott, a new grant-funded restroom has provided not just an environmental benefit, but a human-dignity aspect as well.
It took a few months longer in 2020 than in 2019, but the Prescott Regional Airport recently passed the sought-after 10,000-passenger mark.
With 15,000 people or more packing a re-election campaign rally in Prescott Monday, President Donald Trump repeatedly disputed poll numbers that indicate his opponent, Democrat Joe Biden, has a slight lead in the state.
With more than two weeks to go before the 2020 General Election, more than 33% of the early ballots mailed out to Yavapai County voters have already been returned.
From annexations to trail easements, issues over tracts of Arizona State Trust Land arise regularly with the City of Prescott. And sometimes, said Lisa Atkins, commissioner of the Arizona State Land Department, the vast tracts of State Land are viewed as public land or open space.