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  • J stands for Jermone
    Visit Prescontt, Sedona and Jerome while in Arizona
    Three places not to miss when visiting ArizonaPrescott is cool in more ways than one. At 5300-feet, the weather is wonderful but the city is home to many Victorian homes and classic saloons. Visit Whiskey Row, where the gunslingers drank and...
  • La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
    Visit Prescott, Arizona, airfare deals to Spain, getaway to San Clemente
    This week’s travel deals include a two-night stay in Prescott, Arizona, airfare deals to the Spanish coast and a great deal on rooms in San Clemente, California.For those who are interested in a beach getaway, the San Clemente Inn in San...
  • Freedom League Uniform
    Freedom League to return in 2015 says Joe Sperle
    Joe Sperle’s independent Freedom Pro Baseball League is not dead according the league’s president and founder. In an exclusive Examiner interview, Sperle said that the league is preparing to return to Arizona in late June or early July...
  • Highlands Center
    Take the Hiking Spree Challenge at the Highlands Center for Natural History
    If you’re an avid hiker who is ready to abandon the heat and get back on the trail, consider the Hiking Spree Challenge at the Highlands Center for Natural History in Prescott. The Highlands Center is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the...
  • Sticks and Tones
    Chaparral Arts in Prescott presents “A Christmas World Tour “with Sticks & Tones
    Sticks and Tones takes families on a special musical tour of Christmas around the world on Saturday, December 21 at 4:00 pm at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 630 Park Avenue, Prescott. The whole family will experience the celebrations of Christmas...
  • Yarnell Rising
    Yarnell celebrates grand reopening of commercial district
    Exactly two months after the Yarnell Hill Fire devastated the town, Yarnell began its 3-day celebration of the official reopening of it’s commercial district. It’s a significant step in the long processes of rebuilding after the deadly...
  • Yarnell fire emergency relief warehouse information (Updated 8/22/2013)
    Yarnell fire emergency relief warehouse information (Updated 8/22/2013)
    This is a current list of items and volunteer services needed by the United Way of Yavapai County’s emergency relief warehouse. The warehouse is located at 1260 Gail Gardner Way in the Village at Boulders shopping center in Prescott. They...
  • 19 Fallen Firefighters: Photographer donates services to cover related events
    19 Fallen Firefighters: Photographer donates services to cover related events
    As Prescott mourns the loss of the 19 Granite Mountain Hot Shots killed in the Yarnell Hill fire, local photographer, David Cottle, decided to donate his serves. Over the next few weeks the greater Prescott area will be inundated with fundraisers,...
  • K-9 Parish Comfort Dogs
    K-9 Parish Comfort Dogs visit Arizona after 19 firefighters perish
    According to a July 1 post on Facebook, the K-9 Parish Comfort Dogs have been invited to visit Prescott, Arizona to comfort those affected by the deaths of 19 firefighters who lost their lives battling a wildfire on Sunday.Lutheran Church...
  • Prescott: A town in mourning
    Prescott: A town in mourning
    It’s a terrible twist of fate. Last week, the Prescott Area waited on pins and needles as firefighters battled the Doce fire at Granite Mountain Basin. The fire swept up the Williamson Valley Corridor and threatened the town of Williamson,...
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    Atheists attempt to short circuit Christmas celebrations in Arizona
    Today, Dec. 19, 2012 it was announced by Alliance Defending Freedom that the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) officially complained to the Arizona Secretary of State that their participation in a privately sponsored Christmas lighting...
  • Christmas in Prescott, Ariz.
    Christmas City events challenged by atheists
    The annual Christmas City celebration in Prescott, Ariz. is facing a challenge from atheists, the Freedom from Religion Foundation announced Thursday.The group sent a five-page letter to several Arizona state and local officials challenging a Dec....
  • City sells historic Elks Opera House Theatre
    City sells historic Elks Opera House Theatre
    Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012 Prescott, AZ - The Historic Elks Opera House in downtown Prescott will be sold to the non-profit venture Elks Performing Arts Center. The Prescott City Council voted unanimously this morning to sell the historic 1905...
  • FBI
    Man convicted of 23 counts of sexual abuse
    A federal jury in Prescott, Arizona, has found Jefferson Gatewood, 44, of Carrizo, Arizona, guilty of all 23 counts of a superseding indictment, most of which involved aggravated sexual abuse of minors, the Federal Bureau of Investigation reported...
  • Courthouse Lighting
    Prescott’s 30th Annual Christmas Parade on Dec 1
    The City of Prescott will be having it’s 30th Annual Christmas Parade in the historic district of Prescott on Dec 1, 2012. The parade, which will be best seen from the Courthouse Square, begins at 1 p.m. and is scheduled to run until 3 p.m....
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