Beginning at 3 p.m. Thursday, July 4, the Town of Prescott Valley’s 23rd annual Fourth of July celebration includes music, games, food vendors and, of course, the fireworks show.
Effective immediately, Prescott Valley Deputy Police Chief James Edelstein will serve in an interim capacity as chief of police. Town Manager Larry Tarkowski made the announcement Monday, June 24.
“The biggest trash fan you’ll ever see,” is how Dylen Baynes described 6-year-old James Tartaglia before the tour of Patriot Disposal’s materials recovery facility left the parking lot Friday, June 21.
The playground at Humboldt Elementary School flooded often enough during heavy rains to be dubbed “Lake Humboldt.” On May 23, the Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) Governing Board approved Whelcon Contractors and $284,275 to rectify the water issues and make other improvements at its special meeting at Liberty Traditional School.
To honor the dedication and generosity of the late Betty Comfort, the Friends of the Dewey-Humboldt Town Library have created a space recognizing the efforts of the long-time volunteer.
Some of Prescott Valley’s wells could not pump water 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Not because they ran out of water, but because the state water regulator, Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR), allowed a specific amount of gallons in a given time frame.
Growing up I had no brothers and one sister. I’ve never mourned being part of a small family. But I mourn today. Based on 2017 statistics, I mourn that I have over 325 million brothers and sisters in this country, but we’re not close.
Green, yellow, skinny, fat — calling all zucchinis willing to transform themselves into race cars.
The Prescott Valley Walmart is hosting a car show on Saturday, June 29, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is taking nominations for its annual Prescott Valley Excellence Awards program where organizations and individuals who have made a significant contribution to Prescott Valley in Fiscal Year 2018-19 will be recognized.
Edward M. Knox was born in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, and died in Prescott Valley, Arizona, on June 12, 2019.
The suspension of Arizona Downs’ summer season due to the off-track betting signal fight is a disappointment, said trainer Stacy Campo.
Edward John Little, 73, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on June 14, 2019, in Prescott, Arizona.
When racing ends on Sunday, June 23, the Arizona Downs horseracing complex will cancel the remainder of its inaugural 2019 season.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — The Prescott Valley Major’s All-Star team is gearing up for the District 10 Tournament in hopes of capturing that elusive and title and moving on to the state tournament.
The tree buds have popped, the grass is greening, the bulbs are springing up, the air is fresh, and the rejuvenation, renewal and regrowth of our plants and flowers and the hills are alive.
State utility regulators voted Thursday to immediately to block electric companies under their purview from shutting off power to residential customers who do not pay their bills from June 1 through Oct. 15.
The U.S. is made up of 50 states covering 3,531,905 square miles; it had an estimated population of 327.2 million in 2018.
Several pieces of information offered to Dewey-Humboldt residents at a community meeting raised concerns as geologist Brian Beck presented his research to about 35 people gathered at Mortimer Family Farms on June 11.
Prescott Valley Town Council, staff, and members of the community honored Police Chief Bryan Jarrell — as he gets ready to retire from his leadership position in the Police Department — at its regular council meeting Thursday, June 13.
In area school districts, the impact of declining enrollment in 10 of the state’s 15 counties — a drop of 10,000 students over the past decade – is something school leaders and governing boards wrestle with every year.