Zac Ziegler

Yavapai County Republicans have planned a rally with some big names this evening in Prescott. 

Zac Ziegler

Like many small cities and towns across Arizona, the area around Prescott generally lacks public transportation.

Two different 200-acre prescribed burns are scheduled in Prescott National Forest this week.

Zac Ziegler

Just north of Prescott’s historic downtown Courthouse Plaza sits Arizona’s newest brewery.

Granite Mountain Brewing Company opened its doors about a month ago.

The room smells of fresh hops and barley.

Just behind the large, hand-carved wooden bar is the brewery’s three-barrel brewing equipment.

If starting a new business during a recession seems a bit risky, it didn’t stop this brewery’s owners.

In fact, they saw some advantages.

Amanda Richardson and Michael Stanger are two of the brewery’s co-founders:

The Democratic Party now knows who will run against Republican Paul Gosar in November.

Zac Ziegler

When this summer’s monsoons hit, officials from the Prescott National Forest worried.

Otwell Associates Architects

City preservation officials in Prescott have approved a design to replace the Whiskey Row buildings destroyed by last May’s fire.

Former N-A-U track star Lopez Lomong has advanced to the finals of the men’s 5,000 meter Olympic race in London. 

Lomong turned in a time of 13:26.16 in his semifinal heat, finishing in fourth place. 

The top 5 finishers in each heat were guaranteed a spot in the finals,

Five more spots went to the fastest runners who did not finish in their race’s top five.

Lomong’s time is 15 seconds slower than his personal best and 2012 world leading time, posted in April.

Another former Lumberjack, David McNeill, did not make it to the finals.

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It’s a typical sunny Flagstaff day, and Diego Estrada takes a break from training to visit a favorite taqueria.

While many Olympians spend their days focusing every second on their sport, Estrada takes a slightly different approach.

“I’ve done my best to avoid it," he said. "I actually started working on my room, I painted it, I built a bed from scratch.  I’ve been trying to stay distracted because I know if I focus too much I’m going to burn out or lose interest.  Our goal has been to stay away from it and treat it like any other race."

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The Olympics are just about to get underway, but Lopez Lomong is not in London yet.

He’s returned to Flagstaff in order to finish his training.

Lopez says Flagstaff is the place that made him a world-class athlete, and he’s bringing some of his US teammates with him.

“It’s like I’m still a student here.  I still run the same trails, they’re still the same distances.  That’s why I’m bringing some of my friends, my teammates, the love of what Flagstaff has to offer to the world.”

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