Granite Mountain has come a long way in the past five years. Long gone are the sooty rocks and charred log waterbars that were left behind by 2013’s Doce Fire.
Prescott’s 2018 precipitation is driest on record, National Weather Service says
Remember last year when Willow and Watson lakes were overflowing for weeks?
With commercial-airline bids pending in July, the City of Prescott appears poised to kick off a $6.1 million safety project on the Prescott Airport’s main runway in the coming months.
Under new law, state will take on regulatory authority
From a high of 200 or so in 2016, the number of sober-living homes in Prescott has now declined by nearly 90 percent — to a total of 28.
Based on the hundreds of coins deposited so far, the community is responding to the City of Prescott’s new Change for the Better program.
The century mark
It started as three half-mile trails in city parks 21 years ago, and it didn’t stand still for long.
Prescott Council approves greater ‘safety net’ for employees through paid time off cap
In an attempt to make City of Prescott employee benefits more competitive, the city has approximately doubled the amount of paid time off that workers can accumulate.
Wildfire concerns continue
Fireworks displays that coincide with the peak of wildfire season: It has long been a July 4 dilemma for the City of Prescott.
All 3 incumbents seek re-election to Arizona Legislative seats in Prescott-area District 1; primary is Aug. 28
Seven candidates, including the three incumbents, appear to be headed to the Aug. 28 primary for three Arizona Legislative seats in Prescott-area District 1.
The singular nature of the Point of Rocks: It is one point that gets no argument in the ongoing dialogue on development in Prescott’s Granite Dells.