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The Prescott Unified School District School Board voted 4-1 to reinstitute a mask requirement for all students, teachers and staff at their board meeting Tuesday.
A new partnership between Yavapai College and Vivili Hospitality Group in Prescott is looking to reward college students. While operating restrictions affecting restaurants throughout the
Portions of the Verde River will be closed for two weeks to remove unauthorized or feral cattle. Starting May 10 and lasting through May 24,
Governor Ducey signed a bill into law today that will allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees. Ducey says “this is “Opportunity for All” in
A man was injured when he lost control of the 1966 Chevy Corvette he was driving and crashed into a tree in front of a
The Prescott Unified School District School Board could re-institute a mask requirement for all students, teachers and staff at their board meeting Tuesday. School superintendent
Prescott Valley Police say a “shots fired” call to police, turns out to be fireworks. Officials say the call came in early Sunday morning. The
A man wanted in connection with a road rage incident at Lynx Lake in Prescott has been arrested. Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the
Gas prices stayed relatively unchanged from last week across Arizona. Triple-A Arizona says the average price of gas was down about a half-cent to $3.05