In the four or five years since she’s performed in Prescott, Grammy and Country Music Award winner Suzy Bogguss said she’s put out a couple of new records, including one consisting of Merle Haggard songs.
Fire Ops 101 allows officials to get a sense of what it’s like to be a firefighter
Though she had been invited in the past, Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce CEO Marnie Uhl said she had always had events to attend and this year was the first with the opportunity to participate in Fire Ops 101.
Prescott Valley School fifth grader Laureli Potter is on her way to the national archery tournament for the second year in a row. Not only is it her second year of going to nationals, but it’s also her second year of competing on the archery team, Potter said.
Taste the world at several Prescott-area eateries
When you eat a taco, you’re eating a distinct piece of culture, according to Arizona Humanities Council Speaker Gregory McNamee, commenting prior to a lecture on all the ingredients of a taco at the Prescott Valley Public Library in 2016.
Bringing on Streeter a notable accomplishment
It was after the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board’s March meeting, Board Member Brian Letendre said he got notice of acceptance of a new job in St. Louis and had to leave town.
Phoenix company hopes to return horse racing to region in 2018 if sale goes through
Horse racing may return to Yavapai County as early as next year if a Phoenix-based retail company decides to go through with purchasing the property.
Local fire, medical districts welcome extra funds
Since 2005, the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation has donated more than $25 million worth of equipment to more than 2,700 public safety organizations, said Executive Director Robin Peters on Tuesday, March 28 at a ceremony donating $41,938 worth of equipment to three local fire agencies.
When Paperback Writer was just starting out as a Beatles tribute band, they played festivals and bars before moving to festivals but now, they’ve graduated to casinos and event centers, the same places a person can go see a national headlining act such as ZZ Top or LeAnn Rimes, said Glenn Henry III, the band’s manager and Paul McCartney.
Screening is first part of local Eagle Scout Project to raise awareness
Ammon Montes’ Eagle Project is raising awareness of human trafficking. Part of the project is a free screening of “The Abolitionists” at Harkins Theatre at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 23. The movie if from the producers of Schindler's List and Jurassic Park.
Theater experiments with four directors, one play
While most plays have only one director, Prescott Valley Performing Arts’ first show of the season, “Arsenic & Old Lace,” has four directors, said Executive Director Clyde Neville, calling the move an educational experiment.