YAVAPAI-PRESCOTT INDIAN TRIBE AWARDED

On Oct. 11, the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe was awarded for their excellence in Philanthropy at the 2018 Prescott business awards. These awards were presented by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by a number of businesses in the greater Prescott area. The Yavapai-Prescott Tribe has long been a strong supporter in the community, making … Read More…

GO OUTSIDE

by Nate Zwerling, Gripstone When it comes to fitness, there’s plenty to do in Prescott.  Outdoor opportunities are numerous, including access to millions of acres of national forest and thousands of miles of trails for hiking biking, riding and more. It’s no secret that folks come from all over just to get a taste of … Read More…

PEAVINE TRAIL BLAZED WAY FOR PRESCOTT SYSTEM

by Kelly Tolbert, Recreation Services Coordinator, Prescott Parks and Recreation In achieving the recent milestone of 100 miles of trails within the City of Prescott, it can be easy to overlook the amazing progress that got the Mile High Trail system to its current capacity. In its infancy, the system began with just about two … Read More…

PRESCOTT VALLEY LIMOUSINE WANTS TO HELP YOU MAKE MEMORIES

Tim Kennedy, owner of Prescott Valley Limousine Service, has been chauffeuring for 30 years. “After driving around celebrities and TV stars in my limousines, I wanted to provide that same professional chauffeur service at the lowest rate to everyone in the local areas and anywhere beyond,” Kennedy said. Former clients include Sen. John McCain, Prince, … Read More…

YCPAC SHOWCASES FEMALE PERFORMERS

by MJ Grady Laughter and jazz hold court this winter, as three remarkable women take turns raising the roof at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. Singer Mandy Harvey (Jan. 19), comedienne Paula Poundstone (Jan. 26) and band leader Bria Skonberg (Feb. 8) couldn’t be more different in style or approach. But all three know how … Read More…

YOUTH AND ADULT EVENTS

Youth Events YMCA Youth Ballet Presents “The Nutcracker” Saturday, December 8 at 10 a.m. Prescott Public Library and Prescott YMCA Youth Ballet share the joy of the season with selections from “The Nutcracker” ballet.  Cocoa and Crafts for Kids Saturday, December 15 at 2 p.m.                     … Read More…

THE NEW LIFE OF PJ MCMOUSE (A POEM OF SORTS)

Prescott resident (The Other) Paul Kirchner has just released his first poetry book, “The New Life of PJ McMOUSE (a poem of sorts).” PJ McMouse is a character for all ages. Becoming weary of a complicated life he really can’t rewind, PJ decides to start life anew, shunning his past and deciding to live a … Read More…

PRESCOTT: EVERYBODY’S DOG TOWN

by Robin Layton Spending a day wandering around Prescott doesn’t mean your puppy gets stuck alone at your house. Our four-legged companions are welcome to come along while we hike, grab a meal, enjoy Courthouse events and more. Gabrielle, the owner of Draco, a 1-year-old German Shepherd, said, “As a pet owner I have never … Read More…