PRESCOTT — The Courthouse Plaza, downtown Prescott’s centerpiece, is a square block that encompasses an old courthouse, a large gazebo, statues of heroes, and a small bronze plaque that honors the memory of a stray dog. is name was Mike but most people knew him as “the community mutt.”
EAGAR — Those who aren’t aware of its presence might mistake the Round Valley Ensphere for a flying saucer. It’s a logical misassumption because it looks like a flying saucer, just waiting for a UFO pilot to come and fly it away. But in reality, it’s a multi-use facility based on the campus of the Round Valley High School. And it ain’t goin’ nowhere.
SPRINGERVILLE — Most people look at a teaspoon as an eating utensil. John Wilhelm, however, views it as an art supply, something that would look better if he turned it into a fish. And so he does. Wilhelm’s house and yard are filled with his art work, and almost all of it is composed of discarded materials.