Publisher’s Letter – Our Leaders

Publisher’s Letter Our Fall issue will hit the stands as Greater Prescott’s trees approach their peak colors and feverish Halloween preparations continue on Mt. Vernon Street and everywhere else in our picturesque mountain hamlet — which has enough history to make it a convincing destination for this haunting time of the year. But the community’s … Read More…

Women in the Lead

Yavapai County elected the second female state senator in American history, Frances Willard Munds of Prescott, in 1914.  She’d already been active in public life with the Women’s Temperance Union and as an early advocate for women’s right to vote, leading the campaign for a successful state voter referendum in 1913. This led to her … Read More…

‘Our Dream Jobs and Dream Home— Prescott’

Sheri Heiney Shares Her Vision by Ray Newton The current president and CEO of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce is not a bit shy about sharing her affection for Prescott and the region. Residents since December 2016, she and her husband John Heiney, community outreach manager for the City of Prescott, say they are “living … Read More…

Publisher’s Letter – Embrace the Best of Both Seasons

Publisher’s Letter In late summer Greater Prescott takes on a different glow. The days start to grow shorter and the light takes on a new slant as we move toward the invigorating shift into fall. We’re making the most of the summer we have left and kicking off another school year. This year our Back-to-School … Read More…

City Speak – Prescott Valley

Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta: “When you look around and see new people moving into our area, you should have no question in your mind as to why. We all moved to Prescott Valley for a reason, and once the secret got out as to what the community has to offer, it is really no … Read More…

City Speak – Prescott

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli on: Prescott Regional Airport “We had such a great day on June 18th when we officially dedicated the new terminal at Prescott Regional Airport. There were over 200 guests from around the region, City Councilmembers, airport staff and representatives from the Federal Aviation Administration and Transportation Security Administration, along with representatives from … Read More…

City Speak – Town of Dewey-Humboldt

Mayor John Hughes is honored to serve “Arizona’s Country Town,” Dewey-Humboldt. Hughes along with his wife Carie, the current president of the Arizona State Cowbelles, continue working together to provide a positive and family-friendly environment. They strive to bring unity to the community. The couple personally contacted each first responder station to share how we … Read More…

City Speak – Chino Valley

“Chino Valley is a beautifully blended community of multigenerational residents, young families, and a growing number of recent retirees,” says Vice Mayor Annie Perkins. “Our townspeople have always come together in times of need, and our businesses support our close knit community with donations of time and treasure for our youth programs, recreational activities and … Read More…

Vision Grows Communities

Publisher’s Letter Welcome to our Early Summer issue of Prescott LIVING! We’re in what may be our best time of the year, though with so much beauty across all four seasons that’s always up for debate. Greater Prescote’s lovely climate is just one of the reasons it’s become the dynamic business and tourism center of … Read More…

City Speak-Town of Dewey-Humboldt

Mayor John Hughes welcomes all locals and visitors traveling through Arizona’s Country Town Dewey-Humboldt to stop by and get refreshed, take a stretch, fill up the fuel tank, grab a bite, do some gift shopping, maybe some wine tasting, take a hike or venture on a horseback trail ride. “Take some family photos and enjoy … Read More…