The August lawsuit that Prescott mayoral candidate Mary Beth Hrin filed claiming defamation was settled this week, although the terms of the settlement are confidential.
Inaugural Grand Marshal Gala honored this year’s marshal, Tommy Meredith
For years, Tommy Meredith had a prime spot for watching the Prescott Christmas Parade: The balcony of the Jersey Lilly Saloon, the Whiskey Row bar he owned for more than a decade and a half.
New open space purchase will preserve nearly a mile of frontage along Peavine Trail
Before she was old enough to saddle up her own horse, Virginia (Storm) Seaver relied on the granite formations on the family ranch to help her mount the horses she rode bareback.
With a 160-acre purchase this week, the City of Prescott has added considerably to its Granite Dells-area open-space holdings.
Master plan, development agreement, airport plan approved in 6-1 votes
Five months of review, dozens of hours of public discussion, and nearly 140 comments from the public culminated this week with Prescott City Council approval of the Deep Well Ranch project.
Not your stereotypical 20-year-old
Alexa Scholl knows that her recent run for Prescott City Council generated plenty of curiosity in the community. The 20-year-old experienced it again and again on the campaign trail, where she fielded numerous comments on her young age.
New mayor to keep full-time job, plus role on school board
This week’s swearing-in of new Prescott City Council members will welcome a varied group that spans age, experience, and careers.
Majority of City Council wants to move forward, mayor says
Despite an effort by Mayor Harry Oberg to allow more time for review of the Deep Well Ranch project, it appears that a majority of Prescott City Council members want to proceed with a possible vote on Nov. 28.
Project Andrew, Healing Haven spring up in Prescott neighborhood
No strangers to tragedy, Jenn Winters-Ashcraft and Tom Ashcraft have become well aware of an unfilled need in the community: Help in dealing with after-effects of grief and loss.
Agreement touches on maximum homes, street construction, open space
Under a development agreement drafted between the City of Prescott and Deep Well Ranch developers, a maximum of 8,000 homes would be allowed on the 1,800-acre property — “until such time as” an alternative water source is acquired.