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Cement Truck Rolls over Near Deep Well Ranch Road

On Friday July 24, 2020 at just before 6 am a cement truck traveling northbound on Highway 89 at the round-about of Deep Well Ranch Road rolled over onto the passenger side after the driver failed to negotiate the round-about.  The vehicle sustained moderate damage and parts of the roadway and sidewalk were damaged by

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Virtual City Council and Commission Meetings

In the City’s ongoing efforts to curb the impacts of COVID-19 on our citizens and staff, Prescott City Council meetings will not have an in-person public audience until further notice. Meetings will continue and be live streamed on the city’s website,  Prescott Media Center and on the city’s Facebook page. In addition, citizens will be able

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Last of 15 Defendants Convicted and Sentenced for Prescott-Area Heroin Sales

“Operation Blackwater,” a two-year federal and state investigation focusing on eliminating the heroin trade in the Prescott and Prescott Valley area has wrapped up with the conviction and sentencing of 15 area drug runners. The last of the 15, Jaime Rene Calderon, 28, of Prescott, Arizona, was sentenced by United States District Judge Steven P.

Light precipitation received over the Pine Fire

Location: Pine Mountain Wilderness-Verde Ranger District (T11N, R5E, SEC 35) Start Date: 07-12-20 Size: 1,747 Percent Contained: 0% Cause: lightning Vegetation: Grass, Brush, and Ponderosa Pine Summary: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) continued to be beneficial on the Pine Fire gathering information and providing fire managers with accurate data. The fire has moved to the North

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Collision Seriously injures 19 year-old Prescott Man

On Monday July 20th, 2020 at approximately 10:25 PM Prescott Police Officers and emergency medical personnel responded to the area of Iron Springs Rd. and Miller Valley Rd. (commonly referred to as “four points”) for a report of a collision involving a pickup truck and a pedestrian riding a kick scooter. Through investigation, officers determined

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Political Vandalism Hits Prescott

Prescott has been hit by political vandalism.  Sometime between late Sunday night and early Monday morning, political signs on Whipple Street near downtown Prescott were defaced with graffiti and  knocked down by one or more unknown vandals.  In a year of unprecedented political unrest and civil disorder across the country, Prescott has not been spared. A City

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