It was with a bit of dismay that I read the comments coming into my email’s inbox this past week regarding the smoke that surprised all of us Friday morning, Sept. 13.
Whiskey Fire on Coconino National Forest tops 3,500 acres
The smoke you awoke to Friday morning, Sept. 13, in the Quad Cities was from the 3,500-acre Whiskey Fire, which is burning on the Coconino National Forest.
Prescott pedestrians are scrambling across the intersection of Gurley and Montezuma streets. It is a two-week experiment by the city to see whether it improves traffic flow (people and drivers).
A group of readers reached out to me this week asking how City of Prescott officials cannot see the mandate from the Primary Election.
Water and drainage concerns are among the items the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will consider at their meeting Wednesday, Sept. 4.
Three separate power outages Sunday night and Monday morning in the western part of Yavapai County and the tri-city area kept Arizona Power Service crews busy overnight and into Labor Day.
The Friday Catchall: • ELECTION – The conclusion of the City of Prescott primary on Tuesday, Aug. 27, had a few surprises and questions. It was amazing to see the number of votes challenger Cathey Rusing garnered (11,677); that’s about 73%. Congratulations, Cathey!
The Friday Catchall: • GUNS – A recent letter to the editor posed the question of whether anyone finds it “creepy in this age of mass murders by gunfire … (that) Prescott finds it necessary to celebrate its cowboy heritage” with reenacted shootouts downtown.
This week was an interesting exercise in investments, or at least learning (more) about them.
Kimberly Yee was the champion of Arizona student journalists seeking First Amendment protections.