As more women serve, more need care post-service
Beltran Steele joined the U.S. Marine Corps at a time when women were just starting to be recognized as a permanent part of the military service.
Academy director: ‘Firefighter safety is paramount to anything else we do’
With a stern tone, veteran firefighter P.J. Lingley described fire-shelter etiquette.
Why I attended basic wildland fire training
I’m not a firefighter. Nor do I have any ambition to become one.
One was the result of residential burning; other caused by fence welding
Two wildland fires were fortunately extinguished Monday without injuring anyone or damaging any structures.
Travis Mabery, assistant fire management officer for the Coconino National Forest, receives the 2017 Southwest Firefighter of the Year award during the Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy’s annual Tribute Dinner.
Class numbers skyrocket past previous attendance record for Prescott academy
Even for the annual Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy, the number of firefighters in the Prescott area this week is well above average.
Steve’s Homestyle Café now open A new restaurant called Steve’s Homestyle Café has opened at 4641 N. Robert Road in Prescott Valley.
Be aware: someone is impersonating police to get personal information; starting with businesses, then calling customers
Over the course of the past month, someone has called local businesses in Prescott Valley and pretended to be a Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) detective investigating fraud, police said.
Lassos an injured horse; corrals four escaped bulls
Tim Yogerst has already managed some difficult situations as Prescott Valley Police Department’s new Animal Control Officer.
As the world moves ever more online, so does the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division.