New list ranks city for its natural beauty
Locals who are “craving a slice of the peaceful life” don’t have to go far to find it. In fact, they’re already there.
29,008 ballots were mailed out Aug. 7
Prescott’s nearly 30,000 registered voters should all have received their city primary ballots by today, Aug. 14.
It all started three years ago. Lisa Tsosie, who has been a friend of The Smoki Museum for many years, asked if we could help her out. Lisa has been traveling to Prescott for the museum twice a year (almost every year) to make delicious frybread for our Navajo Rug and Indian Art auctions.
As planners envision it, the new Deep Well Ranch master plan would have a level of regulatory flexibility that they say would allow for a cohesive community.
City attorney says complaint may be premature
Prescott Mayoral candidate Mary Beth Hrin has followed up last week’s campaign-related defamation lawsuit with a claim of election finance fraud by the organization that sent out recent mailers about her.
Event benefits Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona
The beer choices are abundant; the food is local and varied; and the atmosphere is lively.
Recommendations give most less money than a year ago
The prospect of a $3,700 drop in grant funding from the City of Prescott did not sit well with organizers of the annual Corvette Car Show this week.
Unanimous approval sets new rules to give bars more flexibility
The City of Prescott has opened the door to more liquor-license flexibility in the downtown, and now it will be up to local businesses on whether to move on that change.
Proceeds from the recent sale of the Granite Mountain Hotshots’ former home will go toward paying down the City of Prescott’s debt with the public safety pension system.
Prescott Council considers additional payment of $579,625
More than a half-million dollars could go to help pay down the City of Prescott’s debt with the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) after a decision by the City Council this week.