Today: Oct 21 , 2018
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Prescott Valley police vehicles are sporting a new bumper sticker, and it's all part of an effort to remind motorists to "Stop on Red". As a matter of fact, P.J. Janik, Commander of the Prescott Valley Police Department, wants to give you a bumper sticker, too.

Prescott Public Library’s children’s summer reading program ended Saturday on a high note – literally. Prescott area band Sticks and Tones performed for an audience of approximately 60 children and 40 adults. 

Carm Staker is one of those people who makes the Energizer Bunny look positively lazy.
You may not be aware of this, but governmental agencies frequently offer some really terrific services and discounts to us as citizens. One such division that you should visit as soon as possible is the National Forest Service (NFS).
During the final rodeo performance on July 4, 2007, Johnny Reyes, President of the World's Oldest Rodeo Board handed off the keys of the rodeo to Prescott Mayor Rowle Simmons.

Grand Finale

With "oohs" and "aahs" accompanying the bright display in the night sky, young and old alike across the city found something to enjoy at the Prescott fireworks celebration last night.