The proposed Stringfield Ranch annexation is providing a crystal-ball look into the future, one that has results I think few desire.
A house fire in the 1200 block of Leslie Street on the north side of Prescott had fire department crews busy on Wednesday evening, Sept. 23.
A number of students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott, Arizona, and Daytona, Florida, campuses have been suspended for “hosting or participating in parties where face coverings, physical distancing rules and other directives were ignored,” the university announced online Friday, Sept. 18.
If you enjoyed the film “Parent Trap” back in 1961, now is your chance to relive the adventure or share it with your children and grandchildren on the big screen in Prescott.
Imagine you’re sitting there at home deciding who to vote for on your mail-in ballot, and you see State Senator District 1 has Karen Fann, R-Prescott, and “Gilbert” Carillo, D-Fort McDowell, as candidates.
Three events on the courthouse plaza overlapped Friday, Sept. 11, in downtown Prescott – a 9/11 tribute, an anti-racism protest, and counterprotesters turning out on rumors Black Lives Matter was coming to town again.
Some drivers' vehicles were struck by wayward refrigeration panels Friday morning, Sept. 11, as a truck pulling a trailer of parts swerved, trying to avoid a collision at the intersection of Pioneer Parkway and Willow Creek Road in Prescott.
I have to admit I laughed out loud when rapper Kanye West announced his run for the presidency. Then it hit me — he was a spoiler.
Why so hazy outside? Residents of and visitors to the Quad Cities have been waking up to hazy, almost smoky skies. And emails to The Daily Courier and social media have been abuzz wondering why.