After abruptly shutting the doors of its administration building on Fair Street last Monday because of a threat from a former employee, Yavapai County reopened again this Monday, April 26.
Gilbert Highland’s boys and girls track and field teams swept first-place honors at the Bradshaw Mountain Invitational this past Saturday, April 24, at Bob Pavlich Field in Prescott Valley.
Darn COVID-19. Darn EverGreen, the 200,000-ton container ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal halting traffic in one of the world’s key waterways.
Thanks to a few new leads in the case, U.S. Marshal’s were able to locate and arrest 35-year-old Prescott resident Nicole Lynn Weil in Tampa, Florida, on a probation violation warrant, according to a news release Thursday afternoon.
Registration is officially open for the fall 2021 semester at Yavapai College (YC), according to a news release Wednesday, April 21.
Spring in the vegetable or flower garden is a carefully orchestrated series of events.
The U.S. Forest Service has been investigating a significant die-off of juniper trees across much of central and northern Arizona, the Prescott National Forest announced in a news release.
The long-awaited pact that will set the guidelines for Arizona Eco Development’s planned annexation and development project in the Granite Dells could be going to the public in final draft form in the coming weeks.
As we are “Everybody’s Hometown,” Prescott Peacebuilders invites all of Prescott to join in commemorating the International Day of Peace, Sept. 21, established in 1981 by the United Nations to honor our aspirations toward a peaceful and sustainable world.
Gov. Doug Ducey has vetoed what would have been the most restrictive measure in the nation on what can be taught about gays and gender identification as well as barring any form of sex education for students before the fifth grade.
With the advent of electric vehicles coming from many car/truck manufacturers in the near future, I wonder when the states and or the federal government will impose a road use fee/tax to make up for the lost revenue caused by the lack of the electric vehicles owners not paying a road use tax per gallon of gasoline or diesel fuel?
As of Tuesday, April 20, and for the next two months, a contractor working on the Bradshaw Ranger District has begun using heavy equipment to thin approximately 500 acres of the Skyline Fuels Treatment mastication project, the Prescott National Forest announced in a news release.
On Tuesday, April 20, masks for tri-city public school districts were no longer a health and safety requirement to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 on school campuses for students, faculty and staff or visitors.
The fate of a tax on the rich to help pay for education could come down to whether the Arizona Supreme Court believes the money raised will provide “grants’’ to schools.
Republican Legislators — instead of trying to rid people of the right to vote, try changing what you stand for.
Chino Valley High School student body president Emery Rock updated the board on what kind of upcoming activities the student council has planned.
Step by step, the aspiration of connecting the Chino Valley Peavine trail and the Prescott Peavine trail is becoming more and more of a reality as the Yavapai Trails Association (YTA) added final touches to the Chino Valley segment during a community work day on Saturday, April 10.
The Chino Valley Unified School District would like to recognize Ansley Owen of Del Rio School as our Student of the Week for April 22, 2021.
The Chino Valley Police Department will be bringing back its Coffee with Cops event, starting on Wednesday, April 28, from 8 to 9 a.m.
Approximately three years ago, the Chino Valley Police Foundation began raising funds to provide trauma kits to the four district schools in Chino Valley.