Prescott Regional Airport Terminal Renovation to Begin

After slightly more than a year of service from United Express, operated by SkyWest Airlines, City officials have begun the renovation and ground-clearing process preliminary to the construction of a new airport terminal. The Prescott City Council approved a $58,350 contract with Ironwood Construction (dba Catclaw Contractors), to demolish and remove hangars and shade structures … Read More…

Prescott Tourism Is Thriving

Aggressive marketing, coupled with an increased budget, is allowing the City of Prescott Tourism Office to invest even more in tourism promotion for the coming year. John Heiney, Community Outreach Manager for the City of Prescott, said information shared at the “Tourism Team Up” seminar hosted by the Smoki Museum in July, pointed out that … Read More…

Principal of County Juvenile School Earns Honors

The award-winning principal of the Prescott Lakes Parkway School (formerly known as Yavapai County Juvenile Detention School), continues garnering recognitions. Marvy McNeese was honored by the Arizona Correctional Educators (ACE) this summer for her successful efforts in increasing educational funding for students in short-term juvenile detention environments. Eva Dong, ACE President, presented McNeese with a … Read More…

Rising Stars — Teachers, Students Honored by PUSD Education Foundation

Agala banquet sponsored by the Prescott Unified School District Education Foundation (PUSDEF) in late April saw eight teachers and eight students honored as “extraordinary persons.” Five generations from the prominent Emmet Hicks and Taylor Hicks families also were recognized as outstanding PUSD alumni. The Rising Stars Banquet was the 4th annual fundraiser for the PUSDEF. … Read More…

AZ Technology Leaders Hold Retreat in Prescott

The 12th annual Arizona Technology Council (AZTC) Leadership Retreat, Aug. 8-9, in Prescott will have high level executives from throughout Arizona gather for two days of deliberation about the future of technological opportunities in Arizona. The retreat was planned by Steve Zylstra, President and CEO of AZTC, and his associates. Those invited must hold the … Read More…