Red signs have popped up throughout Chino Valley calling for voters to support Proposition 310 to improve funding for firefighters.
Books and DVDS will be for sale at the Barn, right behind the library in Paulden 24020 N. Riviera.
A federal judge has blocked the state from enforcing a new law that he said could inadvertently make felons out of volunteers who register people to vote.
Starting Oct. 1, Spectrum Healthcare, a local nonprofit health care organization in Yavapai County, will be the county’s “official crisis response provider,” according to a company news release.
The Granite Creek corridor is on target to be transformed into what city leaders expect will be a true resident and tourist attraction.
Even as it celebrates the movies’ historical past and the best of its present-day offerings, the Prescott Film Festival (PFF) keeps its eye on the future of filmmaking – including a new Arizona tax incentive that may revive film production close-to-home
The Prescott Valley Public Library is excited to host its Princess Enchanted Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 2.
The expansion team for Isaiah 117 House, a nonprofit organization seeking to construct a transitional home in Yavapai County for children awaiting foster placement, will have a meeting at Heights Church in Prescott on Thursday, Sept. 29.
The Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Candidates Forum for the Chino Valley Unified School Board election on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 6 p.m.
Celebrate National Hispanic Month by learning the secrets that have led local businesses to their success.
When NASA smashes a spacecraft into an asteroid Monday evening to test whether it’s possible to deflect a future killer asteroid, several Arizona scientists will be watching.
When an Arizona judge ruled last week that prosecutors can resume enforcing a near-total ban on abortion that dates to the Civil War, it fell to the staff at Camelback Family Planning to break the news to the women scheduled for appointments in the coming weeks.
Compensation for Cold War nuclear testing-related cancers that have been experienced by people who lived in affected areas in the 1950s and early 1960s continues to be discussed in the U.S. Congress, with advocates pushing for extension of radiation-exposure legislation.
The League of Women Voters of Northern Arizona and the League of Women Voters of Central Yavapai are hosting two forums involving Legislative District 1 State Senate candidates Ken Bennett and Mike Fogel, running for office in the Nov. 8 general election.
Fall Break is fast approaching and The Launch Pad Teen Center will be offering its annual Black Canyon Canoe Trip from Oct. 10 through Oct. 14.
The Town of Prescott Valley announced in a news release that starting Tuesday, Sept. 27, Earth Resources Corporation will begin paving Florentine Road between Navajo Drive and Majesty Drive. Paving will continue through Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Universal vouchers of public funds for 1.1 million public school students to attend private and parochial schools are on their way to becoming legal in Arizona.
Aviation Support Equipment Technician 3rd Class Jacob Midkiff of Prescott Valley, with Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Sigonella, checks equipment on Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy, on Sept. 20, 2022.
The Chino Valley Unified School District has announced that it has received approval to move forward with a long-awaited HVAC improvement project for all campuses.
Between the front parking lot and entrance of the Taylor Hicks Elementary School is an irregular quadrangle swath of gravelly dirt mixed with ant hills and a concrete bench beneath a large juniper tree.
Prescott Valley’s Streets Division this past week began patching pavement on Viewpoint Drive between Long Look and Manley drives.
Enjoy a beautiful fall day on the Peavine Trail in Prescott with your pooch during United Animal Friends (UAF) “Hike for Hounds Fall Festival,” from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8.
With Mayor Kell Palguta absent, the Prescott Valley Town Council on Sept. 22 unanimously approved a resolution for the town to pursue joining the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) for town employees other than the police.
Arizona Democrats vowed Saturday to fight for women's rights after a court reinstated a law first enacted during the Civil War that bans abortion in nearly all circumstances, looking to capitalize on an issue they hope will have a major impact on the midterm elections.