You may have noticed that the recycling paper bin across the street from Safeway is gone.
Labor Day Weekend is here, which every four years marks the official start of the presidential campaign. The holiday itself brings out the Democrat in me. I’m spending all weekend wearing a miniature blue flag pinned to my shirt, which marks me as Safe from being set up by a beauty salon.
Mayer Area Meals on Wheels is reopening July 13. Indoor seating will be available but limited to make sure social distancing can be met. Please wear a mask except while eating. They will be open for breakfast and for lunch.
Taco Tuesday is take out only. Call the center at 928-632-9769 to place an order. Drive up to the kitchen door and they will deliver your order to you any time between 4:00 and 6:30 p.m. Need help with the menu? They will tell you of the specials when you call.
Lion’s Club Eye Exams Appointments are FULL. As stated, these are very limited and fill quickly. You MUST have an appointment — no walk-ins.
Food Program is March 26. Sign up starts at 7 a.m. with the doors closed and locked at 9 a.m.
Chino Valley Repertory Theater’s next project is going to be something with a bit more significance, said Executive Director Jeff Frohock.
Before the Chino Valley Aquatic Center can open for pool season Friday, May 22, the town needs the staff to run it.
Food Program is March 18 & 26. Sign up starts at 7 a.m. with the doors closed and locked at 9 a.m.
CORDES LAKES Association Meeting is March 12 at 7 p.m.
After the retirement of Darlene Westcott in late 2018, the Chino Valley Public Library now has a new youth librarian.
The Northern Arizona Suns NBA G League pro basketball team has come to terms with the Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona and the Town of Prescott Valley to make the PV Club’s new gymnasium its full-time practice facility.
CORDES LAKES Association Meeting is March 12 at 7 p.m. Food Program is March 18 & 26. Sign up starts at 7 a.m. with the doors closed and locked at 9 a.m. Remain out of the marked-off area in the parking lot when the truck is unloading. This is a liability issue and will be enforced.
It isn’t often that you have all-you-can-eat spaghetti in a small neighborhood like this.
Library coordinators Danielle Navarro and Diane Milinkovich are hard at work creating great reasons for Mayer residents to come to the library.
- YCSO mourns loss of sergeant who suffered heart attack at home March 24
- Vehicle falls into ravine off Highway 89 near Paulden; 3 occupants taken to hospital
- Dignity Health-YRMC to consolidate, reduce services, staff amid financial challenges
- Sewage overflow at Granite Creek leads to closure of park, environmental cleanup
- Yavapai Silent Witness offering reward in high-dollar gas theft case
- Bridge at Fain Lake remains closed after heavy flooding
- Why are flags at half-staff?
- Sewer overflow leads to high levels of E. coli in Granite Creek, Watson Lake
- Judge Hancock given non-judicial duties, cases reassigned
- Prescott works to clean up after heavy rainstorm
- ‘Gray Death’ drug appears in Prescott Valley
- Police seek info about fatal collision at Willow Creek Road, Haas Boulevard in Prescott
- Highway 69 open after two-car collision causes closure in both directions near Lowes
- Yavapai County Superior Court judge arrested on ‘super extreme DUI’ charge
- Collision on Highway 69 in Prescott Friday leaves 3 seriously injured
- ADOT announces upcoming I-17 closures
- Prescott’s streets, businesses serve as sets for first of mystery movies
- Prescott Valley Police need help locating hit-and-run suspects
- Need2Know: Summit 4X4 Company opens Prescott Valley location; Human Bean drive-thru espresso stand coming soon to Prescott Valley; Lucy Dee’s in Prescott changes name to State 48 Hometown BBQ
- Obituary: Tyler Zachary Greene