Here’s a math riddle the Prescott Unified School District would like to solve: how to find enough dollars to offer the highest-caliber education from the finest educational professionals despite annual drops in student enrollment often rooted in the inability for families to afford the higher cost of living here.
Prescott High School Fulbright scholar Cathleen Cherry will be headed to Peru schools this summer.
Chino Valley water users should be happy to hear the Town Council opted to drop its monthly wastewater rates from last year’s $62.14 to $60, or a 3 percent decrease as of July 1.
Students explore Granite Creek watershed
A slight wind and gurgling water flowing through Granite Creek on Thursday provided a serene backdrop for about 100 Granite Mountain fifth-graders exploring the White Spar trail and its frontier heritage apple and pear orchard.
‘My word is my bond’: Prescott woman kept her work as WWII code breaker a secret for nearly 75 years
‘Code girls’ recently honored in Washington
To anyone who ever asked Katherine “Kaye” Fleming what she did while working for just over a year in Washington, D.C., toward the end of World War II, she would shrug and say just typical secretarial stuff.
Safe school buses are a must have for area school districts.
The “Dancing for the Stars” two-show event on Saturday, April 13, at the Elks Theatre is expected to generate $300,000 to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona.
At 8 years old, Aliyah Alpert has a better vocabulary than most people quadruple her age.
With the rising costs of health insurance, the Prescott Governing Board this week opted to make a change to a large health care company.
A Prescott Valley couple resorted to asking strangers for a kidney to save the husband’s life.