Today: Sep 21 , 2019


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.
Well, we've had parades and dances and rodeos going on since Friday night, and the activities seem to keep going with more tenacity than the Energiser Bunny!
There were grins and handshakes all around as an historic Intergovermental Agreement was signed Tuesday, June 19, 2007 between the City of Prescott and Yavapai County. This agreement ensures that the World's Oldest Rodeo will remain in Prescott for perpetuity, said Mayor Rowle Simmons during a rare joint City Council and Board of Supervisors meeting. The motions were approved unanimously by both the governing boards.

On Saturday, June 2, the Prescott Public Library kicked off their summer reading program. Kids from 0-12 are invited to earn prizes by reading for 15 minutes each day. For those kids who don't know how to read yet, they can earn their prizes by having someone read to them each day.

Annual "Birds of A Feather" Gathering

Professional Writers of Prescott Meeting to Assist Those In Need of Help Writing A Book