Recommendation to wait until 2020, superintendent says
After gaging whether or not a capital bond would pass if it were to be on the ballot in November, the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board directed Superintendent John Scholl not to move forward at its meeting Tuesday, June 5.
The Cordes Lakes Library is currently open for signing up for the Summer Reading Program.
New vendors with popular favorites, says market manager
The Chino Valley Farmers Market heads into its 11th year this week with the market starting back up for the season Thursday, June 7.
Lincoln Traditional School Honor Roll and Principal’s list 4th quarter 2017-2018
Programs, events, classes abound over the next three months
Feeling creative but never took an art class? Want a night out with a movie and popcorn?
Flags will go up on the Avenue of Flags on Saturday, May 19, for Armed Forces Day and again on May 28 for Memorial Day.
Meals on Wheels in Mayer, 10051 Miami, will hold their annual plant sale from May 7th to May 18th, a perfect time to get that special plant at a great price.
Working on a small loom just outside of the Del Rio Elementary School library, fourth grader Estara Hofer was enjoying the experience, weaving without the use of electronics.
Dewey-Humboldt resident offers 20 acres; no development allowed on property
It was 21 years ago that Garry and Denise Rogers purchased about 16 acres near the Agua Fria River in Dewey-Humboldt.
Disc jockey Steven Want was outside and kept the music rolling through the dinner hour and into the evening, making a pleasant background for those inside.
5K Run, Beer and Margarita Garden, Folkloric dancers, fire shows May 10-13
Prescott Valley Days celebrates the community with a plethora of events beginning Thursday, May 10, when the Sun Valley Rides Carnival opens in the Entertainment District, and continuing until about 7 p.m. Sunday, May 13, when the Carnival closes.
Storytime at the Cordes Lakes Library reached 100 books read during the year so they held a pizza party, along with a few activities to celebrate.
Cinco de Mayo for May 5 is being planned for the Cordes Lakes Center.
The Little Learners, ages 1-1/2 to 5, held a party to celebrate their Graduation/Promotion after a year of hard work.
Grant provides for 45 trees planted on campus
The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation’s grant to Coyote Springs Elementary School is the start to an orchard with 45 various fruit and nut trees.
Friends of the Spring Valley Library participated in National Library Week by sponsoring a raffle for two, $25 gift certificates to the Flour Stone Bakery and Cafe in Mayer.
Mayer Area Meals on Wheels thoroughly understands that they couldn’t operate without the help of their many volunteers, not only those that deliver the meals, but the workers behind the scenes that keep everything else running.
Priceless Prom Project is open on April 20. Hours are 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at 122 N. Cortez St., third floor.
Priceless Prom Project is open on April 10, 16 and 20. Hours are 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at 122 N. Cortez St., third floor.
Subject of workshop on substance-exposed children
Whether in utero or through the environment, babies and children exposed to substances may exhibit challenging behavior and thought processes for the rest of their lives. Drugs — legal or illegal — can affect impulse control, moods, ability to soothe oneself, organization, memory, social cues, and how to process and express feelings.
It was pandemonium when the “Easter Bunny” arrived and declared it was time for the egg hunts to start at the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Cordes Lakes.
Priceless Prom Project is open on April 10, 16 and 20. Hours are 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at 122 N. Cortez St., third Floor.
Prescott Valley Police Department awarded outstanding officers and staff Friday evening, March 23, during its annual banquet at the Prescott Resort.
Corridor Calendar: Week of March 28, 2018
On Friday, March 16, the Yavapai County Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution paid a visit to American Legion Post 122 in Cordes Lakes for their monthly meeting.
- Prescott attorney’s body found in Montana
- Former bar manager arrested for allegedly selling meth out of Prescott hotel room
- Highlighting Prescott’s ‘well-kept secret’
- Obituary: Carol Springer
- Watch out for card skimming at the gas pump
- Highway 89 widening features new roundabout
- PVPD warns about imposter animal control officers
- Two Yavapai County men killed in plane crash
- Cottonwood teacher arrested for alleged sex with 17-year-old boy
- Two Yavapai County men killed in weekend plane crash
- Why are flags at half-staff today, July 27, 2018
- Chino man pleads guilty to second degree murder of 10-year-old
- Domestic violence call ends in Prescott Valley man getting shot, air-lifted to Flagstaff
- Need2Know: SueAnn’s Apple Pan, Brown Bag Burger, Prescott Firehouse Subs, and Don Walters renamed EVP of Miramonte Homes
- Fatal crash along I-17 claimed life of Dewey resident
- Need2Know: Deano’s Sweet Potato Café closed again, could be sold; MOD Pizza coming to Prescott Valley; Premiere Wellness opens second location
- Prescott attorney’s body found in Montana
- Editorial: Prescott Police kick it in Lip Sync Challenge
- Don’t kill the tarantulas, they’re helping you, experts say
- Yavapai Casino temporarily closed to deal with security issue