The Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy is helping fill the ranks of 11 Arizona law enforcement agencies. The academy based at Yavapai College bestowed badges on 22 men and women during a graduation ceremony Dec. 13.
Thanks to widespread community support, the Fork in the Road Restaurants’ annual “Boot Out Cancer” fundraising program to benefit YRMC’s BreastCare Center raised $30,670.
Under the leadership of former teacher and current Regent Dr. Anne Marie Ward, the General George Crook Chapter, NSDAR selected Trinity Christian School as the school for their Community Classroom Project and filled all of the needs for every classroom teacher who asked for supplies.
Boy Scout Eagle project completed on Dec. 13, 2018, by Life Scout Daniel Zinzilieta of Troop 330 in Prescott Valley.
Through its men’s and women’s family style group homes, also known as Family Homes, Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI!) offers independence and support — and a sense of belonging.
Gaile won two silver and five gold medals in her swim events in age group of 75-79 in the Nevada Senior State Games, Oct. 6 and 7, and qualified for all seven events to swim in the National Senior Games to be held June next year in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Summer’s DanceWorks, located at 805 Miller Valley Road, recently attended the Starbound National Dance Competition in Gilbert with 32 dancers ranging in ages from 7-50.
The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced today that it has awarded a record-breaking 177 new scholarships in 2018.
Add two more Yavapai College student-crafted wines to the list of prestigious award winners.
The Bad Company Chapter of Iron Legacy recently adopted two families in the area when another request came in from an outside source for an 8-year-old boy who is diagnosed with a rare type of bone cancer, osteosarcoma.
The residents of Cliff Rose and the volunteers pictured receive thanks for their continued help in donating of their time and food for a most worthy cause.
Six years ago, Eric Moore, owner of Jay’s Bird Barn in Prescott, spent his Saturdays mixing the store’s proprietary birdseed, alongside several of his children.
A delegation of U.S. antinuclear activists, including Dennis DuVall of Prescott, joined an international demonstration July 12-18 to remove U.S. nuclear weapons from Büchel AFT in Germany.
Yarnell Fire District has been awarded the FY 2019 Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Grant in the amount of $4,210 for the procurement of Safety Scene Lights.
Thirty-six seventh and eighth grade students participated in the Prescott Mile High Middle School Scripps Spelling Bee held on Thursday, Dec. 13 after winning their classroom spelling bees as qualifiers.
For the second straight year, Yavapai College faculty members have engaged in a friendly competition benefiting the YC Food Pantry – an emergency food bank for students.
Republican Women of Prescott were pleased to honor 155 Veterans at the Prescott Resort on Monday, Nov. 12 with a free lunch and ceremony thanking them for their service.
Chief Culinary Specialist Adrian Escudero, from Prescott, serves on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6).
U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Bryan L. Valenzuela graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
U.S. Air Force Airman Cameron J. Parsons graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Blake Mahorney is serving at the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, based at Naval Air Station North Island.
Naval Aircrewman (Helicopter) 2nd Class Tanner Brown, from Prescott Valley, is assigned to the “Wildcards” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron.
Gunner’s Mate 1st Class Jesse Wallace, from Prescott, is a crew-served weapons instructor
At the Dec. 5 Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, 20 organizations were awarded funds from the 2018-19 Title III Forest Fee Program. They include:
Prescott City Attorney Jon Paladini recently earned a Master of Public Administration from Arkansas State University, and was initiated into Pi Alpha Alpha, the International Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration, Arkansas State University Chapter.
- ‘Prescott Valley Fire’ burns about 300 acres north of Highway 89A
- Wind-driven wildfire quickly moving northeast of Prescott
- Why are flags at half-staff today, Jan. 15, 2019
- 6 fentanyl cases concluded, 10 ongoing
- Prescott listed as 2019 place to visit
- Get ready for ‘super blood wolf moon’
- Missing 18-year-old found after night in woods
- Arizona Pioneers’ Home victim of nasty bug this season
- Officers find man with warrant after two months of investigation
- Highway 69 collision Tuesday caused by erratic driver
- YCSO reports road closures as winter storm slams northern Arizona
- Heavy snowstorm on New Year’s Eve Day clogs Prescott streets
- Why are flags at half-staff today, Jan. 15, 2019
- Police announce road closures in PV due to snow storm
- Prescott Valley woman killed in Kingman-area plane crash
- Fatal collision on Iron Springs Road claims Prescott woman’s life
- Some local roads begin to reopen after New Year's Eve snowstorm
- Man allegedly pushed into traffic, struck by truck
- Sex offender caught with 13-year-old girl after online communication
- Two men arrested for alleged sexual conduct with teen