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The Arizona Adrenaline Football Team is Returning to the Prescott AZ Area - 01/29/11 04:06 PM
After a two year dormancy, the Arizona Adrenaline indoor football team is returning to the Prescott area. The football team plays in the American Indoor Football Association. The team will be making Tim's Toyota Center in Prescott Valley their home base. This gives the Prescott area two professional teams along with the semi-pro hockey team, the Arizona Sundogs
Check out http://www.oursportscentral.com/sports/?t_id=2125 for more info on the Arizona Adrenaline (1 comments)
Prescott AZ is Becoming an Important Hub for Solar Power Development. - 01/26/11 01:39 PM
"With five solar facilities operating or under construction, Prescott is becoming an important hub for solar development. It is an ideal location because of its abundant sunshine, cooler weather, available land and access to the transmission system." Solar plants near Prescott include a 194-kilowatt system at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (completed in 2001), a small system on the roof of Prescott College (completed in 2004) and a 3.6-megawatt plant near the Prescott Regional Airport (completed in 2006). The newest plant, located three miles north of Prescott airport, will become active in fall og 2011 The plant is expected to generate more (0 comments)
Prescott, AZ Trivia-Where is the oldest bar in Arizona? - 01/24/11 12:44 PM
The Palace bar in Prescott, AZ. The Palace Bar first opened in September 1877. In the late 1870's, Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday were patrons of The Palace. Virgil and his wife Allie lived in Prescott where Virgil owned a saw mill at Thumb Butte and was Town Constable. Wyatt and his other brother, Morgan, visited Virgil in Prescott before they left for Tombstone. Doc was on a winning streak on Whiskey Row (possibly at The Palace) where he won $10,000 in Poker. He joined the Earp's eight months later in Tombstone.On July 14th, 1900, The Palace was (0 comments)
Granite Mountain Near Prescott is Untamed but Accessible Wilderness - 01/11/11 12:40 PM
Granite Mountian is composed of Prescott Granodiorite. The gray granite from Granite Mountain was a popular building stone in the early days of Prescott. It was used to build the Yavapai County Courthouse and i mony other buildingsa arounf=d town, including Fort Whipple. At almost 10,000 acres, Granite Mountain Wilderness Area northwest of Prescott AZ is a hikers paradise. Elevation ranges from 5,600 feet to over 7,200 feet. The main trail is about 8.3 miles roundtrip and covers some wild and scenic area. I have hiked Granite Mountain many times. The rock formations are incredible. The views of the valley below from near the (0 comments)
More Arizona Trivia-Where Was the Western Most Battle Fought in the Civil War? - 01/11/11 12:27 PM
Yes, Arizona. It is called the battle of Picacho Pass. It happened near Picacho Peak which is located between Phoenix and Tucson. On April 15, 1862. It was fought between a Union Calvary patrol from California and a party of Confederate Pickets from Tucson. Twelve Union Calvary troopers and one scout of the 1st California Cavalry, were conducting a sweep of the Picacho Peak area, looking for Confederates reported to be nearby. The Calvary were under orders not to engage them, but to wait for the main column to come up. However, their patrol surprised and captured three Confederate pickets. It (0 comments)
Mountain Club in Prescott AZ is a Great Place to Live - 01/05/11 12:59 PM
Mountain Club is a home subdivision of about 400 homes located 1.5 miles southwest from downtown Prescott Arizona. Established in 1925, it is the oldest housing community in Arizona. Mountain Club covers 800 acres of heavily forested hills and small canyons. The area has a country feel within city limits. Mountain Club is highly varied. There are 800 square foot cabins and large homes with over 5000 square feet. There are steep heavily forested hills and flat lots with perennial creeks. I am an Arizona native and have lived in Mountain Club for four years now. It is the best place (0 comments)
Check out Prescott AZ in the Winter - 01/03/11 12:28 PM
Winter is almost here. Winter always proves to be a challenging time for Realtors. The influx of out-of- towners goes down considerably. On top of that, colder temperatures discourage people searching for homes. So, what do we do as Realtors to keep things moving? I am hiding in a closet till at least March. No, not really. I am doing what I always do, sell Prescott. Prescott in winter is just as beautiful as summer or spring. And nothing compares to the festivals in Prescott during the winter holidays. Check out http://www.prescott.com/calendar for winter events in Prescott.
Wine Tasting in Northern Arizona - 01/03/11 12:17 PM
Arizona is home to 40 wineries and vineyards. There are many emerging wineries within 90 minutes of the Prescott area. In fact, Wall Street Journal recently acclaimed the surrounding Prescott area as an emerging hotspot vying for Napa-like status. Prescott and the Verde Valley are home to hundreds of acres of vineyards, with five distinct wineries. Go wine tasting in Prescott by taking winery tours. Experience the wineries near Prescott or stay local and check out downtown Prescott wine bars. Prescott and the Verde Valley offer a nice opportunity for tourists and locals to taste some of the country's best wines right here in one place. (2 comments)
More Arizona Trivia-Where Was the World's First Rodeo Held? - 01/02/11 11:29 PM
The answer, Prescott, AZ. On July 4, 1888 Prescott hosted The Frontier Cowboy's Festival. The Rodeo has continued every day since then. It all started in 1866, a group of Prescott businessmen came up with a July Fourth "cowboy contest" that would feature the best riders from area ranches and farms competing for a small cash prize at Whiskey Row bars. Now the event draws thousands of people. Check out http://worldsoldestrodeo.com/ for more info.
Elk Ridge Ski Area Near Prescott AZ is Awesome - 01/02/11 08:27 PM
Elk Ridge Ski Area is 65 miles north of downtown Prescott AZ. Though Elk Ridge is not a major ski area it has some things to offer that other ski areas lack. It is a perfect place for the casual skier. There are no crowded lift lines and several easy hills to practice on. Snow here comes and goes. So make sure you call ahead. The base elevation here is 7500 feet and the top of the mountain is 8150. For more info goto their website at http://www.elkridgeski.com/
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