From the Embry Riddle Color Guard, to Rosie Ross playing the trumpet, this Veteran's Day Parade held at the Bob Stump VA Medical Center was truly a perfect way to remember those who have fought for our country throughout the last century.
Some time ago, Jan Hilton, mentioned to Prescott Mayor Rowle Simmons that she and other residents at Las Fuentes would like to attend the City Council meetings, but were unable to get out very easily.
The election results are in: Lora Lopas wins the seat on the Prescott City Council, unseating incumbent Steve Blair. Lopas received 7041 votes to Blair's 6344.
Yes, the fire is still burning, but the Forest Service reports that firefighters have succeeded in establishing a fireline around the August Fire. They expect full containment by tomorrow, Wednesday, November 7.
If you haven't voted yet, you're running out of time! Schools, taxes and fire safety are a few of the issues on the ballots this month. The ballots will be counted and the results announced Tuesday evening at 8 pm. There are several local communities voting on issues this month.
Politics in Prescott are definitely changing. Ten years ago, most local candidates didn't have an email address, much less a website. But, that's sure not the case now.