In a 4-3 vote on Jan. 19, the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council narrowly agreed to backtrack on a stringent ordinance that would have disallowed recreational marijuana dispensaries within town limits.
The Prescott Valley Town Council plans to vote today, Jan. 28, on whether to accept a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the YMCA, which would give the green light for the Y to explore possible financing, design, construction and operation for a new Y complex in town.
Prescott Valley’s Public Works and Parks departments put two snowplow-truck crews to work from early Monday morning, when the storm started, through early Tuesday morning, covering separate 12-hour shifts to clear the town’s primary arterial roads and residential streets.
Espire Sports Center & RV Resort got a big boost this past week when the Prescott Valley Planning & Zoning Commission approved the final development plan for the project on 13.7 acres at the northeast corner of Florentine and Lake Valley roads.
Congratulations to Miclo from Mountain View for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
Sweet potatoes are a beloved side dish come the holiday season, as they make for the perfect complement to turkey and roasts.
The 100 Club of Arizona recently donated 800 face masks to the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) for the department’s first responders. Angela Harrolle, CEO of the 100 Club of Arizona, personally delivered the face masks for department personnel to use on the job.
With a winter snowstorm bringing several inches of snow to the Prescott Valley area, Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast sent an email out to parents and staff late Monday night, Jan. 25, canceling school for Tuesday, Jan. 26.
A snowstorm didn’t stop Spectrum Healthcare’s cadre of more than 50 volunteers from assisting with a mass COVID-19 vaccination planned at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley on Monday.
Prescott’s “Wish Man” Frank Shankwitz’ legacy is one of making wishes come true – his heart for outreach to critically ill children proved the launch of a now international organization to answer their wishes.
The two winter storms that are bearing down on northern Arizona this weekend promise at least 12 inches of snow when it’s all said and done by Tuesday morning, said Brian Klimowski, meteorologist in charge at the National Weather Service.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies arrested fugitive and probationer Vanessa Lynn Chavez at a home in the Castle Canyon Mesa area of Prescott Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 20, according to a news release.
The Landings of Prescott Valley and the Yavapai County Food Bank announce a joint effort to combat family and senior food insecurity in Yavapai County through its “Share the Love” food drive scheduled for Feb. 10 and 11.
The 2020-21 Bradshaw Mountain wrestling preview capsule.
If it weren’t for the hard-working group of athletes he has on his 26-player roster, Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer coach Steve Adame likely would have a much tougher time in his first year on the Bears’ sideline.
“Grandma: I’m in the hospital, sick, please wire money right away.”
Got a bit of a lead foot while behind the wheel? But short of cash?
We are all attempting to social-distance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A sidewalk project in Prescott Valley was among three items Yavapai County will submit for community development block grants (CDBG).
The 2020-21 Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer preview capsule.
The 2020-21 Bradshaw Mountain girls soccer preview capsule.
Arizona adults could be purchasing legal weed for recreational use by the end of the week.
The Town of Prescott Valley has been officially declared the #9 safest city in the state of Arizona by SafeWise, an independent safety review website.
On Jan. 14, the Prescott Valley Town Council honored Sgt. Nancy Roberts for 15 years of service with the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD).