U.S. Vets Executive Director Carole Benedict is known locally as a mover and shaker for homeless veterans, a prominent nonprofit leader and advocate for ending homeless in the region.
An effort by Arizona’s top election official to introduce more ways for people to register or vote in certain limited circumstances has drawn the ire of Gov. Doug Ducey and some county election officials who say it’s illegal.
A designated place for the performing arts is finally coming to Prescott Valley, as the Prescott Valley Performing Arts & Children’s Theatre (PVPA) group is currently building itself a new theater next to the Findlay Toyota Center that is scheduled to be completed at the turn of the calendar year.
Saying they’re still “reviewing’’ the issue, state officials have not acted on various plans to deal with a controversial monument to Confederate soldiers at a state-run cemetery and ignored a request by a member of the Sierra Vista city council asking to find out how to get rid of it.
In celebration of National Public Lands Day (NPLD) and to encourage a shared sense of land stewardship, the Forest Service announces another “fee-free day” on Saturday, Sept. 26.
The Northern AZ College and Resource Center (NACRC) is hosting a virtual workshop on Higher Education and Career Prep on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 11 am.
On Wednesday, Sept. 23, around 11:45 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a motorcycle-truck collision in the area of Antelope Road and Thunderbird Trail in Cordes Lakes.
Issac is a sweet, smart boy who loves to swim, run and ride his bike.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for alternating lane closures on north- and southbound Highway 69 in Prescott.
Across Arizona, 1,705,003 Arizonans have been tested for COVID-19 with 215,852 positive results and 5,559 deaths, according to a Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) news release Thursday, Sept. 24.
A 51-year-old woman who was doing “self-appointed, unlicensed caregiving duties” for an 89-year-old man in Dewey has been arrested on multiple charges that include fraud and theft.
Check out what’s going on in and around Prescott this weekend and in the next coming weeks.
Nationally and in Arizona, as Nov. 3 approaches, many Arizonans still have concerns about getting their mail-in ballots returned on time – and counted.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has severely inhibited trick-or-treating activities for Halloween in 2020, the quad cities are still bracing for children, teens and adults who may want to celebrate on Oct. 31, provided they socially distance and wear masks.
The executive director of the Phoenix-based Arizona Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund encourages Arizona Public Service (APS) customers from the Quad Cities and across northern Arizona to comment to the Arizona Corporation Commission about APS’s upcoming rate case.
Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) has scheduled influenza clinics for the community Sept. 30 and through October.
Mustang owners and enthusiasts will gather in Prescott Valley on Saturday, Oct. 3, to show off their pride and joy and reminisce about the Pony they once owned, or wanted to own.
Across Arizona, 1,693,411 Arizonans have been tested for COVID-19 with 215,284 positive results and 5,525 deaths, according to a Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) news release Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Partly because of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, and partly because of Prescott’s approaching winter weather, the “parklet” patios that have provided outdoor seating at several Prescott restaurants and bars likely will be coming down this fall.
A shirtless man running through traffic on East Highway 69 was arrested early Tuesday morning, Sept. 22, after he punched a Prescott Valley Police officer in the ear trying to move him away from traffic, according to a Prescott Valley Police Department news release.
A belligerent boyfriend questioning a late Friday-night traffic stop of his girlfriend’s car on East Gurley Street sparked a dual arrest on felony drug charges after police found more than a pound of methamphetamine between their two cars, according to a Prescott Police Department news release Tuesday.
After spending the past 16 years ensuring that the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo stayed relevant and on the maps of pro rodeo’s best cowboys, J.C. Trujillo announced his retirement as the rodeo’s general manager late this past week.
Yavapai College announced last week that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected its UAS Drone Program for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems-Collegiate Training Initiative program (UAS-CTI), according to a release.
The James Family Prescott YMCA’s 17th annual Youth Flag Football League season for boys and girls, ages 6-15, will kick off Sept. 28 and run through the middle of November, according to a news release.