The public will have a chance to weigh in on the Arizona Eco Development (AED) plans during a Prescott City Council study session this week.
Fire agencies are currently working a large wildfire in the Cornville area.
Smoke will be visible for days or possibly weeks in south-central Arizona where crews continue to strengthen the perimeter around a wildfire.
On Saturday at 3:41 p.m., deputies from the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Division of Boating Safety responded to a report of a boat that collided with a personal watercraft in the north basin of Lake Havasu.
Hunters will no longer be allowed to use game-trail cameras for “the take or aid in the take of wildlife” as of January 2022.
The two entities that provided COVID-19 vaccinations in Yavapai County will receive about $440,000 to help cover their vaccine-distribution costs, with another $966,000 possibly coming in the future.
Things are on the upswing at the Prescott Regional Airport, and it is not just because of the recent completion of a new passenger terminal.
D-Day survivor Jerome Welna, the recipient of the French Medal of Honor, was feted as part of a celebration of the “Greatest Generation.”
The community will have the opportunity next weekend to get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the new Prescott Regional Airport passenger terminal that opened for business in March.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) advises drivers to plan for daytime lane closures on Highway 89 north of Paulden from Monday, June 14, to Thursday, June 17, and north of Wilhoit on Tuesday June 15.
The Museum of Indigenous People (MIP), formerly the Smoki Museum, has announced that Cindy Gresser will be retiring after 12 years as executive director.
The president of the state Senate is firing a warning salvo at House Republicans who would kill the first increase in unemployment benefits in 17 years: It’s not a good move for your political future.
People living in two communities in south-central Arizona that were evacuated due to a massive wildfire can now return home.
The recent Spur Fire in Bagdad had many residents in the town and the surrounding area on pins and needles as the blaze served as one of the first signs of this year’s potentially devastating fire season.
Monday, June 14, is Flag Day, a day for all of us to remember and respect the flag of the United States, although that should happen every day.
MatForce, Yavapai County’s substance abuse prevention coalition that focuses on stopping youth drug use before it starts, understands a common reason youth choose to use substances is to deal with stress and negative emotions.
The new, high-tech CP Technologies North American headquarters and manufacturing facility at 2620 Deep Well Ranch, north of Prescott Regional Airport, could be a harbinger of things to come in the Quad Cities.
The longtime Disabled American Veterans (DAV) “Trift” Store at 730 Fifth St. in Prescott isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but it will soon have a sister store at the former Batterman’s Auction house, 400 W. Gurley St.
Arizona authorities on Saturday, June 12, reported 570 additional COVID-19 cases and 21 deaths from the virus.
The Town of Prescott Valley on Thursday, June 10, approved an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the City of Prescott that will commit Prescott to provide water and sewer service to 642 acres of land located north of Highway 89A and west of Glassford Hill Road owned by Arizona Eco Development LLC (AED).
On Tuesday, June 8, after an intensive investigation, Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies and detectives, were able to locate evidence and identify three suspects in the criminal damage case at the Dr. Daniel Bright School in Cottonwood.
Firefighters around Arizona are battling numerous wildfires as weather forecasters warn of dangerously high temperatures over the next few days.
Dangerously hot temperatures are expected in Arizona next week.
Summer on the Arizona frontier was a time for beating the heat after springtime chores and post-winter activities around the house.
The Yavapai County Recorder’s Office has received calls from concerned citizens regarding individuals knocking on their doors asking questions for a survey in the county.