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Prescott, Arizona is located in Yavapai County. Zip codes in Prescott, AZ include 86301, 86305, and 86302. The median home price in Prescott is $365,000 which is roughly $145/per square foot. More Prescott information.

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1 hr ago | The Daily Courier

County residents invited to weigh in on public transit plans through May 9

A representative with the professional transportation firm AECOM provided an overview of the CYMPO regional transportation plan process that began late last year.

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5 hrs ago | The Daily Courier

Whiskey Off-Road: Spectators can watch the race here

The Daily Courier For spectators who want to watch the Whiskey Off-Road's amateur and pro races in Prescott, the best place to go is Thumb Butte Park and hit the trailhead there off Thumb Butte Road.

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9 hrs ago | The Daily Courier

County attorney wants raises for staff

Scott Orr The Daily Courier PRESCOTT, Arizona - Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk, claiming her department is "bleeding" attorneys who are leaving for other jobs, on Wednesday asked the Board of Supervisors at its annual budget meeting, to give her lawyers a ten-step pay raise for fiscal year 2014-15, which would cost $211,000 annually.

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13 hrs ago | The Daily Courier

Primavera students get Western heritage lesson at the Phippen Museum

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Colter Donovan, left, and Ivan Marriott get an up-close look at some of the historical guns on display as students from the Primavera School in Prescott visit the Phippen Museum on Highway 89 Tuesday morning.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

Prescott Valley Tribune

Boys & Girls Clubs will reopen May 5

Briana Lonas Reporter The Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona will celebrate the grand reopening of its Prescott Valley and Prescott clubs May 5. "When the kids walk in, they will see a clean, updated computer center and a new art room.

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Prescott Valley Tribune

Poverty important indicator of student performance

Trib Photo/Sue Tone Chino Valley Unified School District Supt. Duane Howard, left, speaks on the effect of poverty on education at an April 5 League of Women Voters meeting, along with Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director Kathleen Murphy, middle, and Gerry Garvey, executive director for Prescott Area Shelter Services.

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The Daily Courier

43 applicants under consideration for permanent Prescott Fire Chief

Even as the City of Prescott begins its screening of 43 applicants to fill the permanent fire chief position, the fire official who had been filling in as acting chief has stepped down.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

The Bugle

Hearing on river navigability starts in Prescott

Thursday, May 1, 9 a.m. the Arizona Navigable Stream Adjudication Commission plans to hold watercourse navigability hearings on the San Pedro, Santa Cruz, Upper Salt, Gila, Verde, and Lower Salt Rivers.

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The Daily Courier

Prescott man dies after being struck by car

An 80-year-old man out for a walk Monday afternoon was hit by a car and killed, a police spokesman said.

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The Daily Courier

Earth Day: Coming of Age - Vision of co-housing community becomes reality

By Jeffrey Zucker This past weekend, we at Manzanita Village celebrated the 20th anniversary of Northern Arizona's first and only co-housing community.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

KTVK Phoenix

Man accused of assaulting police officer outside Prescott bar

PRESCOTT, Ariz. A Prescott man was arrested for assaulting a police officer early Sunday morning.

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The Daily Courier

Yavapai Hills residents oppose proposed senior complex

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier Wendy Ratner reads a letter to fellow protesters demonstrating Saturday against the height of the Touchmark at the Ranch Development, near Lee Blvd and Yavapai Drive.

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The Daily Courier

The Prescott Chamber Orchestra presents spring concert April 25

The Daily Courier The Prescott Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Philip Kuhns, will present a program of classical music featuring International Steinway Concert Artist James D'leon on Friday, April 25, at 7 p.m. and again on Saturday, April 26, at 2:30 p.m. D'leon will play the Beethoven "Piano Concerto Number 3 in C Minor."

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The Daily Courier

Special 'Vintage Affair' tea will benefit area shelters

Courtesy photo Guests at the 2013 afternoon tea to benefit Prescott Area Shelter Services dressed up in fancy hats and enjoyed refreshements, as guests will this year at the 'Vintage Affair' tea planned for April 26. Karen Despain The Daily Courier Women in fancy hats will sip tea and munch on crumpets Saturday, April 26, to raise money for ... (more)

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The Daily Courier

GOP gubernatorial candidates relying on geography

Two Republican candidates for Arizona governor in an already crowded field could have a critical advantage thanks to support close to home, the Arizona Capitol Times reported.

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100 YEARS AGO April 21, 1914 C.E. Perkins, alias Richard Harmon, who says he is a mining promoter from Prescott, Ariz., but who was unable to pay his fine, was yesterday morning fined $25 and costs and sentenced to serve 30 days on the county farm for annoying a young woman on the street.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

The Daily Courier

Supervisors start budget work this week; state budget, some HURF money already factored in

Joanna Dodder Nellans The Daily Courier COTTONWOOD, Arizona - The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will be fairly consumed this week with budget work.

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The Daily Courier

Mustang enthusiasts to converge at Mustang Project Cruise

Courtesy photo Ford Mustang owners and enthusiasts will converge on the Walmart parking lot next to In-N-Out Burger in Prescott for the Mustang Project Cruise on Saturday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Special to the Courier If you can push it, pull it, trailer it or drive it, your Mustang is welcome at the Mustang Project Cruise, the first ... (more)

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The Daily Courier

Whiskey Off-Road: While training, it doesn't hurt to live a mile high

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Chloe and T.J. Woodruff, Prescott-based pro mountain bikers, chose to move to the higher altitude of Prescott to enjoy the variety of trails that the neaby mountains offer their training regimen.

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The Daily Courier

Prescott shoots community-family photo for 150th celebration

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Ralph Minucci, 96, has a laugh as he waits for Prescott's sesquicentennial community photo to be taken Saturday afternoon on the Yavapai County Courthouse steps.

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