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Basketball Battle, Cloud Seeding, Coffee Brewing | Top Prescott AZ Podcasts on CAST11

Jan 11, 2023 | Cast11

Cast11, Prescott Arizona’s podcast network covers community events, sports, events, people, and the community in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and beyond.  Tune in to all of Cast11’s podcasts on Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, or wherever you stream podcasts. Check out these top podcasts from the Prescott, Arizona region on Cast11:

It’s Snow Time! MLK Closures, Blood Drive, Local Events – My Drive January 11th, 2023

Hosts Elicia Morigeau and Guy Roginson cover this week’s top local news, events, and updates from all across the Prescott area and beyond. This week they cover MLK Day closures, places to go in the snow, local events, and more.


How to Brew a Better Cup of Coffee

That morning cup of coffee is part of the daily routine for many people and now that the holidays have passed, we are going back to work and finding that starting back to regular life is much harder without that coffee.


Why is the Grass Always Greener?

On this week’s Power of the Mind presented by Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare, Gregory Struve and Elicia Morigeau talk about how we always want what we don’t have. The grass is always greener on the other side. Isn’t it?


Prescott Interim City Manager Named

Prescott City Council voted unanimously today to name Tyler Goodman Interim City Manager effective immediately. Goodman has worked for the City since 2016 and was named Deputy City Manager in January of 2022. In December City Manager Michael Lamar submitted his letter of resignation to City Council.


January 9th Mondays with the Prescott Valley Mayor

In this week’s podcast, Mayor Palguta of Prescott Valley discusses MLK Holiday Closures, Glassford Hill Patch Work, PV Water Resource Management Strategy, and more.


Five Great Places to Play in the Snow Near Prescott

Over the last week, Prescott has seen some snowfall, and thoughts of playing in the snow come to mind. Although Prescott’s relatively mild winters don’t usually provide a lot of snow play, there are several places just a short drive from the quad cities that provide lots of wintery fun!


A Battle Between Bradshaw and Prescott Basketball Teams

In this episode of “Talkin’ Central Arizona Sports” with Torrence “TD” Dunham, TD recaps games between the Bradshaw Mountain Bears and Prescott High School boys and girls basketball teams.


Water Strategy is Focus of Jan 5 PV Council Study Session

The Town will undertake several large-scale projects in 2023 as part of its water strategy, including revamping its water policy and fee structure, conservation policies, master drainage and recharge study, implementation of General Plan 2035 initiatives, and update of the Town’s land development code.


Landscape Designs for Winter

In this segment, Lisa and Ken of Watters Garden Center in Prescott talk about landscape designs for winter. This is a great time to access your yard, right now, 25% of the property should be evergreens and 60% should the landscape should be covered with foliage during the growing season. Also, learn how to use ceramic pottery to add a pop of color to your yard.


SRP Researches Cloud Seeding in White Mountains

Arizona has been looking to a myriad of solutions to stem its worsening drought, including cloud seeding. The Salt River Project, which delivers water and electricity to central Arizona, has formed a partnership with the White Mountain Apache Tribe to research the feasibility of ground-based cloud seeding in the White Mountains in eastern Arizona.


Refuse to be a Victim Class Registration Opens Jan 9

The Prescott Valley Police Crime Prevention Unit will host the NRA-certified Refuse to be a Victim program on Wednesday, February 22, 2023, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.


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