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City of Prescott Approves Pre-Annexation Agreement with Deep Well Ranch for Airport Protection and Compatible Land Use
The City of Prescott in Arizona has approved a pre-annexation agreement with Deep Well Ranch for about 600 acres of land north of Prescott Regional Airport. The land is outside critical fly-over zones and the agreement is part of ongoing negotiations to explore compatible land uses around the airport.
Aggressive Mountain Lions Euthanized in North Prescott Following Pet Attacks
North Prescott authorities have euthanized three mountain lions responsible for killing three dogs and injuring three others. Arizona Game and Fish are still searching for a fourth lion involved in these incidents. The aggressive lions have also approached people, including a mother and child. A video of the lions traveling through a backyard has gone viral after a concerned neighbor shared it, prompting officials to warn residents.
Retired Lineworker Becomes Glass Artist
“I want to keep the art going. It’s a dying art.”. Patty Lindsey’s Glass Goons is a unique business that provides glass art of frogs, lily ponds, plant stands and decorative art. She makes her creations by freezing and fusing them through kilns. Lindsey, 72, worked for a...
The Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market Memorial Weekend show is this Saturday at the Findlay Toyota Center
Whether you’re an avid collector or just looking for something special, you are bound to find something unique at the Findlay Toyota Center arena on May 27. Vendors from all around Arizona and surrounding states will be offering everything from rare antiques and collectibles to vintage furniture and repurposed home/yard decor. Browse the vast selection and find the perfect piece for your home. And be sure to stop by our antiquarian and collectible book section – a newly added feature of the Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market. This area showcases antiquarian and collectible books, magazines and ephemera, including postcards.
The 9 best cafes in Prescott Valley, according to Yelp
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-rated cafes in Prescott Valley using data from Yelp.
The #1 Southern restaurant in Prescott Valley, according to Yelp—plus, see the runners-up
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-rated Southern restaurants in Prescott Valley using data from Yelp.
Prescott Food Forest is Flourishing
If you cannot physically garden or you just do not have time, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support this program. The goal was to create a gardening education center to teach people how to garden and grow their own food, a place where we could learn and share the fruits (and veggies) of our labor with those who are affected by food insecurity, a place to have fellowship and work together to build a lush Food Forest.
Fragrant Flowers that Attract Hummingbirds and Butterflies: Watters Podcast
In this segment, Lisa and Ken of Watters Garden Center in Prescott discuss fragrant flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Hummingbirds have favorites just like #butterflies. We share the Top 10 bloomers they simply cannot resist and how to plant them. You will be a #hummingbird pro after this week’s show.
Submit Your Watercolor Art for Prescott Valley’s Watercolor Showcase
July is World Watercolor Month, and to celebrate, the Town of Prescott will host a juried World Watercolor Showcase with the theme “Streams of Expression”. Streams of Expression will be on display at the Prescott Valley Public Library from July 1, 2023- August 13, 2023. Prescott Valley wants...
Prescott Valley Brings Community Collage Studio
The Community Collage Studio is a FREE ART MAKING EVENT presented by the Town of Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation Department. Saturday, May 27, 10 am-1 pm; ongoing 4th Saturday of the month (upcoming dates: June 24, July 22, Aug 26, Sept 23). Explore creative expressions and create unique projects...
These 4 Local Breweries Won Awards in the 2023 World Beer Cup Competition
Four Arizona breweries took home five medals, including two golds, at the 2023 World Beer Cup Awards ceremony held on May 10 in Nashville, which is the state’s best showing at the event yet. Dubbed the “Olympics of Beer,” The World Beer Cup is an international and prestigious competition...
“The Grand Défilé” MArgot Fonteyn Academy of Ballet- June 17, 2023
PRESCOTT, AZ - 26 May, 2023. The Grand Défilé, ballet’s oldest tradition, is a time when ballet students put what they’ve learned over the past year to the test. The Margot Fonteyn Academy of Ballet and Fine Art, located in Prescott, has opened this time-honored tradition to the public. The event is being held at MFAB’s studios on the campus of Mile High Middle School at 300 South Granite Street. Admission is free.
Party in the Pines Returns June 3rd
Prescott Area Young Professionals (PAYP) have come together to bring back the iconic “Party in the Pines” charity beerfest! This year’s event will be held on June 3, 2023, in the heart of beautiful downtown Prescott, AZ, and will feature beer vendors, food trucks, and great music all night long!
5 Leaf Akebia: Watters Plant of the Week
Ken Lain of Watters Garden Center of Prescott, Arizona shares the Watters Plant of the Week: 5 Leaf Akebia! Check out this week’s fun selection and stay tuned to see more information on how to grow this plant. A super vigorous vine with dangling stalks of fragrant flowers appear...
Insider Tips to Growing Terrific Tomatoes: Watters Podcast
In this segment, Lisa and Ken of Watters Garden Center in Prescott share insider tips to growing terrific tomatoes. Just one of these insider tips grow more tomatoes, do all three, and you will donate the extra to the local food banks. You will be a tomato pro after this week’s show.
Free Ringo Star Tickets, Concerts, and More – My Drive May 24, 2023
Hosts Elicia Morigeau and Guy Roginson cover this week’s top local news, events, and updates from all across the Prescott area and beyond. This week they cover the Ringo Starr Concert and how to win free tickets. FREE Summer concert series, Mountian Valley splash opening, and more. Buckle up...
Controlling Weeds, Watering Plants, Preparing for Monsoon Season
The coming monsoon season typically triggers a weed bloom that people need to be ready for. Welcome to “At Home With Tom and Sandy.” This month, Tom and I thought we would get in the weeds. Tom: Sandy, I suspect you already have a plan for this month’s...
The North Side of Kiwanis Park is Ready for a Refresh!
Choose your adventure! Join us for a third round of public outreach for the north side of Kiwanis Park (Baseline Road to Kiwanis Lake). At a public meeting on June 3, community members will review proposed concepts on final playground layouts, new concessions, and restroom styles as well as meet artist Bobby Zokaites, who will join the design team to create artwork for this project.
Good News on Moonlight Movie Nights and Memorial Day
When I took office as Mayor in November 2021, I wanted to fulfill my promise to add an Open Call to the Public to all Voting Meetings. I’m pleased to report that Council has received valuable input on a number of relevant community subjects and has been able to better promote transparency and public input through this option.
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