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About: Prescott, Arizona

Prescott is a city that is located in central Arizona. It is named in honor of William H. Prescott, one of the most eminent historians in nineteenth century America. Prescott was officially incorporated in 1883. Upon its incorporation, the city served as Arizona's capital until the capital was changed to Tucson and then eventually to Phoenix. Much of the city's territorial history is preserved in the Sharlot Hall Museum. Whiskey Row, located in downtown Prescott, prides itself on the many historic buildings. One such building is The Palace which is Arizona's oldest restaurant and bar.

Population: 33938
Local Newspapers: The Big Bug News, Chino Valley Review, The Daily Courier, The Prescott Valley Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Rattlers, Phoenix Coyotes, Phoenix Mercury, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals
Local Colleges: Prescott College, Northern Arizona University, Old Dominion University

Zip Codes associated with Prescott, AZ: 86301, 86303, 86305 .
Towns/Cities near Prescott, AZ : Prescott Valley, Dewey Humboldt, Williamson, Chino Valley, Wilhoit, Clarkdale, Cottonwood.

  • Prescott takes eviction action: Holiday Lodge deemed unsafe to occupy
    Friday, October 31, 2014 9:23:48 AM

    Arthur Roberts sits in his room where the ceiling and roof have fallen in at the Holiday Lodge in Prescott watching TV on Thursday evening. Roberts is one of 25 tenants at the lodge being evicted and must be out of their homes by Dec. 1. Eviction notices dot the different rooms at the Holiday Lodge in Prescott letting tenants know they must be out by Dec. 1. Cindy Barks The Daily Courier PRESCOTT - A faded blanket hangs in the window, a blue tarp serves as a roof and a strong odor of mold permeates the room that Arthur Roberts has occupied at the Holiday Lodge for the past six months.

  • Barbershop quartet to headline Saturday performance in Prescott
    Friday, October 31, 2014 5:33:11 AM

    The Newfangled Four, 2013 International Collegiate Barbershop Quartet Champions, will headline "Sing! Sing! Sing! You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" on Saturday at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. The Daily Courier The Newfangled Four, 2013 International Collegiate Barbershop Quartet Champions, will headline "Sing! Sing! Sing! You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" on Saturday at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.

  • Tough lesson: Budget shortfall could mean school closures
    Friday, October 31, 2014 1:31:12 AM

    Miller Valley Elementary School in Prescott may not see its 100th birthday if the Prescott Unified School District decides in December to close the school for the 2015-16 school year. Karen Despain The Daily Courier Facing a $2.1 million shortfall for the 2015-16 school year, the Prescott Unified School District Governing Board directed Superintendent Dave Smucker on Tuesday to pursue an option that could lead to the closure of Washington Traditional and Miller Valley schools, as well as reconfiguring grade levels at remaining facilities.

  • Blasting versus jackhammer: Park Avenue construction decision heads to council
    Thursday, October 30, 2014 9:13:12 PM

    Project Development Manager Steve Orosz talks about the blue granite found during work on Park Avenue and adjoining streets in Prescott on Friday, Oct. 24. Cindy Barks The Daily Courier PRESCOTT - A quick blast apparently is preferable for Park Avenue residents to the continual sharp pounding of a jackhammer. On Monday, longtime resident James Sult filed a petition signed by him and 18 other Park Avenue-area homeowners, asking the City of Prescott to amend its construction contract with Fann Contracting Inc. to allow for rock blasting.

  • Cold cases: Murder at Black Bridge
    Thursday, October 30, 2014 5:00:45 PM

    Scott Orr The Daily Courier This is part two of a six-part look at unsolved criminal cases that police are still investigating. PRESCOTT- On Aug. 6, 1981, Leo Richard Janiga was found dead on Granite Creek under Black Bridge about 7:15 a.m. The county medical examiner said Janiga, 52, had died of multiple skull fractures inflicted by a blunt instrument, possibly a rock.

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