Skill positions are team’s strengths going into the season, coach says
While the Chino Valley football team has gotten better and better in recent years — going 4-6 last year — this is the do or die season, said Cougars’ head coach Wade Krug.
Pick and Pull a hit
Sharlot Hall Museum’s sixth annual WineFest, a sold-out event, on Saturday, Aug. 18, had a lot of repeat attendees, including Mary and Dave Reda.
Whiting, Palguta share thoughts water, roads and more
Prescott Valley’s two mayoral candidates, Michael Whiting and Kell Palguta, touched on a number of community issues in a forum at The Event Spot in Prescott Valley, Tuesday, Aug. 14.
Art reflects relationship with France
The French have returned. Or at least the Voila Tour is returning for a second year, presenting Prescott with another cultural exchange
In the middle of all the festivities surrounding its 90th year, Sharlot Hall Museum is celebrating with the sixth annual Sharlot’s WineFest.
Two of the hottest entertainers in Arizona are teaming up for a performance mixing guitar and dance Saturday at Prescott Center for the arts.
The Prescott Jazz Summit is gearing up for its big show of the season next weekend, featuring Mike Vax and The Great American Jazz Band performing a tribute to the music and heritage of New Orleans.
Cost paid for by Friends of the Chino Valley Public Library
The Chino Valley Public Library Community Room – once plain-looking with echoes constantly reverberating off the walls, it now has quilts decorating said walls helping to absorb the sound.
Monsoons make market a challenge, director of community outreach says
There’s only a few weeks left for this year’s Chino Valley Summer Farmers Market as it moves into the second half of its season.
VIP experience a good setup, says attendee
As music from The Instant Classics filled the air, Eric Hatchell and Kris Little were enjoying a couple beers from Wild Tonic, while on the Mile High Middle School athletic field for this year’s Mile High Brewfest Saturday, Aug. 11.