Yavapai County has 302 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus), up three overnight, according to a Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) press release Tuesday morning, June 2.
Do you and your dog love to meet people? The interactions between an adult and a dog can be calming and comforting and between a child and a dog it can be inspirational.
In early May, Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel issued Administrative Order 2020-75, providing Arizona’s courts and the public with direction on returning to in-court operations after limited operations in response to COVID-19.
Residents will have a chance to speak about the proposed Arizona Eco Development (AED) project for the Granite Dells when Prescott City Council gathers for a special meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, at City Hall, 201 S. Cortez St.
A head-on collision between two vehicles on Highway 169 in Dewey has left four people dead and three others in critical condition were flown to Phoenix-area hospitals via helicopter, according to a Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Facebook post Sunday afternoon.
Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli and Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta offered their support of Gov. Doug Ducey’s declaration of a state of emergency and imposition of curfew Sunday afternoon.
See what animals come out at night at the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary for the first time this season from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 5.
Are you ready for part two of drive-in movies in Prescott Valley? This Friday night, June 5, bring your friends and family, and your goodies, to watch the 1992 comedy, “A League of Their Own."
Drivers who live and/or work south of Prescott should use caution and allow for extra travel time from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, June 8, through Wednesday, June 24, when Highway 89 will experience alternating lane closures.
Aaron is athletic and likes playing football, basketball and soccer or simply going for a walk.
Yavapai County has 299 confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus), according to a Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) press release Monday morning, May 26.
The Democratic Women of the Prescott area presented $1,000 scholarships to four area high school seniors at their virtual May monthly meeting, according to a news release.
Along with approving a tentative budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, the Chino Valley Town Council discussed the steady reopening of the town’s lobbies, services and other amenities during its May 26 regular meeting.https://www.dcourier.com/admin/news/story/859684/change/#
Brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, pending home sales decreased in April, making two straight months of declines, according to the National Association of Realtors. Every major region experienced a drop in month-over-month contract activity and a decline in year-over-year pending home sales transactions.
Interstate 17 is fully reopened in both directions, Arizona Department of Transportation said on twitter Monday morning.
Two separate groups of hikers at Watson Lake in Prescott called for help Saturday after neglecting to bring enough water for the trip, according to a release Sunday morning.
Saying he needs to act because of "lawlessness,'' Gov. Doug Ducey has imposed an 8 p.m. curfew for one week.
The Sisters of Mercy opened Prescott’s first hospital — Mercy Hospital — in 1876 on a downtown dirt road off Grove Street; the precursor to the community-built Yavapai Regional Medical Center.
Stage II fire restrictions will begin Wednesday morning, June 3, for the Quad Cities and the Prescott National Forest.
Not a flashy spotlight kind of guy, Mile High Middle School Principal Andy Binder was out of his comfort zone Wednesday afternoon, May 27.
From the magic carpet of “Aladdin” to the golden tickets in “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” the City of Prescott’s inaugural Moonlight Movie Nights will serve up some classic film charm starting Friday, June 5.
Gov. Doug Ducey may be ready to send kids back into the classroom as soon as this week, but many Arizonans do not share his views.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising drivers in the Prescott area to plan for overnight lane restrictions on Highway 89A between Fain Road (milepost 325) and Highway 89 (milepost 317), according to a news release.