As businesses in the Quad Cities and the rest of Yavapai County began to partially reopen, it seemed as though the time had come to be #YAVAPAISAFE.
Warnings from police and Arizona health officials didn’t stop Debbie Thompson from serving food Friday, May 1, inside her small-town Horseshoe Cafe.
The Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Cottonwood chambers of commerce, in conjunction with three FM radio stations, generated $16,010 for four area food banks during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of the “Two Grand for Groceries” fundraiser.
Come Friday, May 8, you’ll be able to go out and buy a new dress or suit. But don’t count on being able to try it on.
Beginning Monday, May 4, the Prescott Costco wholesale warehouse, 3911 Highway 69, will require all of its members, guests and employees to wear face coverings as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry has outlined a set of broad recommendations for Arizona leaders to consider as state approaches April 30, the original end-date of Gov. Doug Ducey’s stay-at-home order.
The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) announced April 20 that it had already distributed $150.9 million in unemployment compensation the week of April 12 to help Arizonans who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Pet Headquarters, 2710 N. Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley, has recently been donating free packages and cans of dog food and/or cat food to unemployed residents so they can still feed their pets during the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has rattled the small-business community in the quad cities, but loan officers at banks and credit unions in Prescott and Prescott Valley are confronting the problem head-on, despite some sleepless nights.
During these unprecedented times, we continue to learn more information daily regarding COVID-19.
Mesa business owner Savannah Sanders said it felt like getting “a bomb dropped on you”: Shortly after being approved for a loan to keep her business afloat, the bank said the federal loan program was out of money.
Sana Behavioral Hospital, 181 Whipple St. in Prescott, has officially opened and is accepting referrals for those 55 and older who need inpatient psychiatric and/or behavioral care.
The coronavirus pandemic, and the shelter-in-place measures it requires, will impact Yavapai County’s residents and businesses long after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
Over the past two weeks, Papa John’s in Prescott and Prescott Valley have donated 12 pizzas to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona to feed their group for lunch; 14 pizzas and sides to the Prescott YMCA for its child-watch program; and more than 60 pizzas and sides to the Cornucopia Community Association food bank, which has distributed those pizzas to the Salvation Army and St. Vincent De Paul.
In times of crisis, bold, fearless government leadership at the national, state and local levels is vital to keeping Arizona’s communities safe and healthy.
Over the past two weeks, ground has been moved for a third Circle K within a 2.3-mile stretch of Highway 69 in Prescott Valley.
From 2 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, Yavapai College’s Rural Economic Development Center will conduct a webinar focusing on available small-business assistance programs and resources for displaced workers in Yavapai County.
Walk into the far northwest-facing entrance at Prescott Gateway Mall, 3250 Gateway Blvd., next to JCPenney, and you will notice at least one shop with its entrances fully open here in early spring of 2020 — the H2O Health Store.
The Googie-inspired Prescott Valley Motel sign, circa 1968, isn’t going away any time soon, thanks to the efforts of a passionate resident, a local sign company and an Arizona preservation group.
There was an eerie calm in downtown Prescott on the late afternoon of March 25.
The Prescott Valley Burger King, 7780 E. Highway 69, reopened on March 25, more than a month after a Feb. 16 fire in its grilling area.
Gov. Doug Ducey on March 27 said he’s providing $5 million to help Arizonans who are struggling to make rent because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
To confront the economic challenges Arizonans are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Doug Ducey wants changes to federal food-assistance programs in Arizona that would allow the purchase of hot meals and result in timelier approval of eligibility.
For the 13th straight year, Mountain Valley Regional Rehab Hospital (MVRRH), 3700 N. Windsong Drive in Prescott Valley, has been acknowledged for providing nationally recognized rehabilitative care to its patients.
Thumb Butte Medical Center on Tuesday, March 24, announced that it is opening a new office in Chino Valley, according to a news release.