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Prescott’s most famous Irishman who may, or may not, have been born in Ireland, most certainly, personified his family’s roots with what local historians consider his own brand of Irish bravado.
The high school years produce a mix of both anticipation and anxiety.
A calculated balance of 21st century educational programs, proper class sizes and competitive pay will require the Prescott Unified Governing Board to think hard this budget season about how best to invest taxpayer resources.
Elaine and Rocco Giordano are praying that it pays to advertise — Elaine’s plea printed across the back of the couple’s four-door white Chevrolet hatchback is a life-or-death proposition.
Catholic Charities in Prescott is rethinking its approach to a 30-unit complex on East Gurley Street it took over two years ago as housing for homeless veterans.
In a tradition of honoring teachers for their day-in, day-out commitment and devotion to educating the next generation, the Yavapai County Education Foundation will celebrate 70 nominees and 18 finalists at its 25th annual 2019 Teacher of the Year awards banquet, scheduled for May 3 at the Prescott Resort.
From time to time, the Prescott Unified School District needs to revisit boundaries for its elementary schools to work and keep classes at all three schools at a consistent size.
On the walls of his magenta-colored cottage, James McNear pinned up a Prescott College kerchief and a Steve Nash Phoenix Suns basketball jersey. He decorated the space over his bed with a cross and a couple small Halloween lanterns.
A natural-born storyteller, Gerald Kimmet’s tales from 40 years as a volunteer with the Yavapai County Jeep Posse search and rescue team are many: he prefers the quirky and heartwarming ones.