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…

Water Conservation Rebate Program

The City of Prescott has recently updated the Water Conservation Rebate Program. The following rebates and incentives are now available: Toilets with 1.0 gallons per flush or less will be rebated $100. An additional $50 incentive will be provided for water customers who use septic systems and apply for a toilet rebate. Smart irrigation timers … Read More…

Hilton Garden Hotel Construction Underway

More than 50 people from the City, Chamber of Commerce, business community and general public gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony signaling construction of the multimillion Hilton Garden Inn Hotel. The 100-room multistory hotel will be at the intersection of Montezuma and Sheldon streets. Owner and developer Steve Shumway and his family from Show Low opened … Read More…

Community Supports Granite Creek Corridor Revitalization Plan

Surveys collected by the City of Prescott from local residents reveal the general public endorses the proposal to make the Granite Creek Corridor (GCC) through Downtown Prescott more inviting. The City collected responses through a comprehensive online survey. By mid-June, more than 550 people submitted responses. Those responses were enthusiastic and supportive, said Tyler Goodman, … Read More…