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Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Founder and Editor of the eNewsAZ Network of websites. She asks a lot of questions! In her spare time, she loves photography, cooking and hanging out with her family.
Senator Ken Bennett becomes Arizona's newest Secretary of State. This story includes a photo gallery and audio of the ceremony.

Live Update on January 20, 2009 - Hopefully

No, foiled again! Well, it's up now, and City folks finally believe there's a problem, so they're looking into it.  Hmmmm... Wonder if there's saboutage in City Hall? Never fear, you'll get your news as soon as we can manage it!

YMCA's Prescott Lightning Level 4 Takes 1st In Las Vegas

The YMCA's Prescott Lightning Level 4 Girls Team brings home the trophy from Las Vegas.

New Vote On Jail Tax Expected This Year

Supervisor Tom Thurman discusses the jail situation and the need for the tax to pass. He also reveals possible plans for the juvenile facilty.

Local Law Enforcement Meets Today Regarding Jail Closure

City of Prescott City Manager Norwood and Police Chief Oaks discuss the current situation regarding the imminent jail closure.

Sixth Grade Student Struck By Vehicle Thursday Morning

A sixth grade student was struck by an automoble on Thursday morning at the entrance to Bradshaw Mountain School.

Why Is The Hill On Fire?

The fire behind Frontier Village is a control burn being conducted by the Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe.

Live Update of Prescott City Council Meeting: January 6, 2009

Technology failed us : (  We were unable to get an internet connection in City Hall. But, never fear, the live notes were taken anyway and will be uploaded within about 5 minutes.

Yavapai County Supervisors Vote 3-0 to Close Prescott Jail

Before a packed Board of Supervisor's Chamber, Supervisors heard the recommendation from Sheriff Waugh, and comments from several represenatives opposing the measure.

Issues to Watch in 2009: City of Prescott Political Campaigns

You may have thought that the elections were over, but the new political seasons has only just begun.