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Families rave about opportunity offered through Help Portrait Prescott

It was no small thing for Prescott Valley resident Mary Dutra to gather her family together for their first ever professional portrait, thanks to the launch of Help Portrait Prescott.

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New stadium lights, railings planned for PHS’ stadium upgrade

Prescott High School will have a new $2 million track and artificial turf field as of next fall. It, too, is likely to have all new stadium lighting and bleacher safety rails.

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PUSD honors the GEMS who in their jobs go above and beyond to enhance education for all

In the Prescott Unified School District, there are faculty and staff who fly below the radar.

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Taking a ride with Badger pride

A champion athlete, coach and educator with a true passion for all things kids, Prescott High School Athletic Director Missy Townsend sees sports as more than speed, muscles and a competitive edge.

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First-hand account of Pearl Harbor attack

Some Prescott families honor national Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day as more than history

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941: President Franklin Roosevelt declares it the “date that will live in infamy.”

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Fight against Fentanyl must be a community affair

‘Connecting Communities Symposium’ celebrates collaboration to tackle key societal issues

Sparing lives from drug overdoses, especially teens, and waging war on the dealers, is a never-ending mission of many law enforcement leaders, educators and awareness advocates.

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Superintendent Joe Howard backs City Council’s request for Stringer resignation

The fallout of State Rep. David Stringer’s racially offensive remarks continued on Tuesday night.

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PUSD says farewell to 2 board members hailed for dedication, vision

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli was recruited to his first-time post as the city’s top elected chief while he was the president of the Prescott Unified School District Governing Board.

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Prescott High School has big plans for readiness tool

In the high school years, teens are bombarded with so much stuff related to growing up that it can be difficult to navigate between the here and now and the hard-to-imagine distance tomorrows.

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Handling grief and depression: There’s no right or wrong to managing sorrow during the holidays

In what is supposed to be a jolly season, folks that are feeling less than jolly, or downright sad, can often feel guilty or all the more depressed because they simply can’t get into a holiday spirit.

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