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Drivers with a gripe about a congested road or an idea about how to improve traffic flow now have an easy way to get their views noticed in the regional transportation-planning process.
In Prescott’s history, Elisabeth Ruffner has a special spot reserved — as the passionate advocate who helped save the past from demolition.
On warm summer days, Goldwater Lake’s cool pines are a big draw – both for local residents and tourists.
A return to the large-shell fireworks that were typical in Prescott’s pre-2016 July 4 celebrations will be just one of the expected benefits of a venue move to Watson Lake Park.
Colorful fireworks explosions reflecting onto the surface of Prescott’s scenic Watson Lake could be the scenario for this year’s July 4 celebration.
With upwards of 25,000 passengers expected to travel from the Prescott Regional Airport in 2019, the City of Prescott continues to gear up for an $11.9 million new terminal building.
The liquid dividends from February’s monster snowstorm keep streaming down Prescott’s creeks.
A year ago, Prescott residents safely and conveniently disposed of nearly 12 tons of old paints, pesticides, antifreeze, and other household hazardous wastes.
The “Save the Dells” organization’s push to preserve 500 acres in the heart of the Granite Dells is scheduled to go to the Prescott City Council for a vote later this month.