More than $10 million could be coming Yavapai County’s way from the CARES Act – money that county officials say will help to make up for the millions of dollars of lost revenue expected from the COVID-19 shutdown.
Grab your blankets, your lawn chairs, your kids and your best friends and head over to Ken Lindley Field for Prescott’s free Moonlight Movie Night on Friday, June 5.
Winners of the Phippen Museum’s 46th annual Western Art Show & Sale, which was held online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, were announced May 27.
At its regular meeting June 3, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors voted to ratify resolution No. 2032 and approved the Interim Fire Ban Order enacted on June 1, across all of Yavapai County's fire zones...
Prescott Frontier Rotary is spearheading a food/cleaning supplies drive for the Navajo Nation, as its June community service project, according to Mike Payson, the club’s Community Service and Programs director.
Aiden likes soccer, swimming, LEGOS and videogames! He gravitates toward stuffed animals and has a favorite stuffed animal, by the name of “Slush” he brings everywhere.
Local law enforcement officials “prepared for the worst” in advance of Tuesday night’s courthouse plaza protest over the death of a Minnesota man while in police custody.Local law enforcement officials “prepared for the worst” in advance of Tuesday night’s courthouse plaza protest over the death of a Minnesota man while in police custody.
A federal magistrate has voided policies of the Social Security Administration that deny benefits to the survivors of some gay marriages.
Attorneys for the state and a former House speaker told a federal court Tuesday, June 2, that the legislature is free to remove members for any reason at all -- including political affiliation and race -- as long as they can muster a two-thirds vote.
Arizonans won’t be learning which nursing homes have residents who have contracted or died from COVID-19, at least not from the state.
Yavapai County has 305 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
The number of Arizonans hospitalized with positive or suspected cases of COVID-19 shot past 1,000 earlier this week, raising questions from the state’s former health chief about whether Gov. Doug Ducey should have abandoned his stay-at-home order.
The state’s top education official wants schools to plan for reopening even as she concedes she doesn’t know how much money they will have -- and that it’s virtually impossible to guarantee a risk-free environment.
Prescott Valley Town Council candidate Steve Caros has been disqualified from the 2020 primary election for failing to meet a state statute and the town’s residency requirement, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday.
The stories are shocking: The slaying of an entire family, including two little boys; systematic killing of as many as three business competitors; and an iron-fisted takeover of an entire town.
A staff member on Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott campus, who had been adhering to all health precautions, is currently in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19, a university news release reported May 31.
An estimated 600 to 700 protesters gathered at the courthouse plaza in downtown Prescott on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, to join thousands of others across the country in response to the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, police custody May 25.
In light of Gov. Doug Ducey’s emergency declaration and subsequent curfew, the Prescott Downtown Partnership has opted to reschedule this week’s Summer Concert Series and other events at the Yavapai County Superior Courthouse Plaza, according to a release.
Pools, fitness classes, locker rooms and Childwatch are among the additional services that are now available at the Prescott YMCA in its second phase of reopening from the COVID-19 shutdown.
Fresh seafood restaurants are few and far in between in rural Arizona and namely the greater Prescott area. However, this Chino Valley couple is using their vast experience in the culinary arts to open one such restaurant on June 15.
Chino Valley’s Mingus Springs Charter School held a drive-by graduation on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, for its 18 graduating eighth graders.
At 8:30 a.m. Thursday, June 4, there will be a food box giveaway for residents of Dewey-Humboldt at the Dewey-Humboldt Town Hall parking lot, 2735 S. Highway 69.