Public welcome to chalk on Yavapai College Prescott campus
The public is invited to spread positive messages on Yavapai College’s Prescott campus.
Planetarium expected to be ready for public viewing by early October
Twenty-two million dollars.
Love and Unity March features DACA community speaker
For some within the Prescott community, Saturday, Sept. 16, was a day to celebrate love, unity and diversity.
Third-party providers see it as vindication
When he lived in Virginia six years ago, Todd Richardson would sometimes spend upward of six hours in the state’s department of motor vehicles.
Treat Center on Whiskey Row, 156-A S. Montezuma St., opened for business on Sept. 22, 2002.
Fire near containment; cause under investigation
A brush fire burning in the median on Interstate 17 at milepost 249 is causing extensive southbound delays, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Bouchard held post for only 8 months; said it was different ‘expectations’
After just eight months at the helm, the executive director of the Yavapai Humane Society (YHS) has been fired.
How do authorities handle transgender people in detention centers?
Yavapai County Superior Court judge Anna Young remembers inadvertently referring to a youth in her courtroom by the wrong title.
Consumers are thirsty for water. That’s how a Beverage Trends Report released this year by Google’s online publication, Think with Google, puts it.
Need2Know: Circle K has plans for old Hastings site; retail on Whipple; Forest Trails real estate office reopenss
Circle K has plans for old Hastings site Circle K has applied for a liquor license at the old Hastings Entertainment store, 940 Willow Creek Road.