Local and national education agendas are the talk of area communities now, and eligible voters come the Nov. 8 election will have choices to make on the nonpartisan candidates they wish to help guide their districts for the next four years.
COVID-19 brought about changes with indoor air quality. We recently purchased a resale home and wonder if we have an issue with air quality. —Mark and Susan, Prescott Air quality has always been a concern for customers, even before COVID-19.
Partners against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) detectives this month arrested two brothers on multiple drug- and weapons-related charges in Cottonwood, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) news release reported.
Timing really is everything. Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge is having the season of a lifetime, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.
The Yavapai County Superior Court is seeking public comment on the applicants for the position of Chief Adult Probation Officer, a vacancy created by the pending retirement of Chief John Morris.
John Stossel’s article titled “Scientific Integrity” claims that government science is being misused by progressive politicians and that closing areas of the ocean to fishing to increase catches “doesn’t seem logical.”
From “The Little Engine that Could” to “Owl Moon,” the personal libraries of Prescott preschoolers have been growing over the past three years, thanks to the Dolly Parton-sponsored Imagination Library.
We two here, took great notice of one governor candidate’s refusal to participate in a debate with her opponent.
Make reading fun for the kids with certified therapy dogs at the library. Pet Partners ‘Read with Me’ brings trained furry listeners to the Chino Valley Children’s Library...
Entertaining is a big part of this season. Calendars are packed this time of year with gatherings with friends, family and professional colleagues.
On Sept. 19, the Prescott Valley Home Depot Store #0446 and Likuid Kreations Rods and Customs of Chino Valley had the honor of donating a memorial bench to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.
Scooter was born approximately May 15, and this little guy was being given away at a car wash.
It won’t take long for super sweet Sadie to show her adopters what a friendly, playful, and loving kitty she is.
Meet Ace, an almost 2-year-old Pit Bull. Ace and her friend, Deuce, came to the shelter in May as strays.
Meet a very special, 3-year-old tabby girl, named Sophie. She was fostered by one of our volunteers with her siblings when they were just babies.
Are you looking for that special lady? Well, she’s waiting for you right here at Yavapai Humane Society!
Representatives with the Citizens Water Advisory Group (CWAG) say that ground water pumping from the Big Chino Aquifer is the single largest threat to the base flow of the Upper Verde River, the headwaters of Arizona’s most extensive living river.
Up in Smoke Bar-B-Que is celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Chino Valley United Methodist Church donated $581 to the U.S. Vets Stand Down program as Sandy Jones presented the check to Matthew Phillips, development and communications manager for U.S. Vets in Prescott.