Prescott Newspapers, Inc., publisher of The Daily Courier, will stop allowing comments on the stories published on its three news websites today, Jan. 15, said Richard Haddad, news content director for Western News & Info, PNI’s parent company.
Where can you find bingo, bridge, dance classes, fitness, billiards and games all in one place?
A passerby who saved the life of a Department of Public Safety Trooper, shot by a man who ambushed him Thursday, Jan. 12, is being called a hero after he killed the gunman.
Whether your taste runs to the modern country sound of Garth Brooks or the more traditional feel of steel guitars, you can find it at the Elks Theatre this weekend.
A high school dropout will earn $200,000 less than a high school graduate over his lifetime, and almost a million dollars less than a college graduate, according to statistics compiled by DoSomething.org.
RICO funds pay for equipment, save tax dollars
PRESCOTT — Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher routinely tells people that the YCSO helicopter, Rescue-1, is operated at no cost to the taxpayers.
Behind the Prescott events
If you’ve ever been to the New Year’s Eve Boot Drop downtown, toured the Enchanted Christmas display, or been scared silly at the Halloween Haunted House at Gateway Mall, you’ve experienced the handiwork of Matt Brassard and his partner, Marco Espitia.
A few bits of BeeGees trivia that even die-hard fans may not know: • They began performing in 1958, long before the disco era ...
Charley’s Aunt” is a play from the past.
Heavy snow and rain have kept Yavapai County search and rescue volunteers busy with life-threatening incidents.