In an update to the 2020 audit being conducted by the Arizona Senate, our Phoenix correspondent sent the following:
One thing most people love to talk about is the weather. In fact, if you’ve ever had a conversation with Mom or Dad on the phone, invariably the topic of “how hot is it there?” comes up.
On a recent Sunday it took forever to drive to the mall. A rainstorm had knocked out the traffic light at Highway 69 and Prescott Lakes Parkway.
Many of us live in Prescott, but we don’t live in Prescott. That is a distinction having to do with on which side of the city limits line(s) your property sits.
Many items cross my desk each day, either through “snail” mail or email; sometimes I find old letters in a box at home. Every now and then one of them jumps up and takes hold of me.
Prescott Regional Airport was shut down Sunday afternoon, July 11, for more than an hour as a result of 80-plus mph winds and an apparent funnel cloud.
When the news stories say Lake Mead is at only 36% of its capacity, it is troublesome — but does not greatly, rather does not directly, affect the Prescott area.
A long-gone Prescott tradition made a pseudo-return a few years ago with “controlled” water fights and soakings.
The Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Parade Committee reported the following winners in the 2021 parade, which was Saturday, July 3, in downtown Prescott ...