Juicy, mouthwatering, hamburgers are a warm weather staple that taste perfect right off the grill. Everyone can benefit from having a tried-and-true burger recipe in his or her repertoire when entertaining a backyard full of guests or enjoying a cozy weeknight meal with the family.
Members of the retired COPS Club in Prescott Valley and many neighbors and friends in Pronghorn Ranch came together in a “drive-by birthday greeting” on Sunday, May 17, to honor local World War II hero Paul Poirier’s 95th birthday.
The Prescott Valley Public Works Department gave updates last week on three of its major roadway projects happening around town, including Sunset Lane, Glassford Hill Free Flow Right and the Viewpoint Connector.
During its meeting on Thursday, May 21, the Prescott Valley Town Council discussed and went over its budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year and saw a 10% shortfall overall, primarily due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tucked away in the town’s center is the Findlay Toyota Center, an arena known to many for housing the NBA G League’s Northern Arizona Suns. But not too long ago, it was the home of the Arizona Sundogs...
Hundreds of families made their way through the “backwards parade” Saturday, May 23, at both Acorn Montessori Charter School campuses in Prescott Valley
A 10-year-old boy struck by a pickup truck in Prescott Valley on Friday morning is recovering at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
A fire in the 15500 block of Rolling Ridge in Cordes Lakes burned five acres on Thursday, May 21, the result of a resident using a grinder.
From as far back as he can remember, Kort Miner was a teacher and a coach; his first students and players were his younger siblings.
As we continue to live and deal with this new way of COVID-19 life, positive steps forward are being made in reopening our businesses and community.
A child was struck by a Ford F-150 truck in Prescott Valley at about 9 a.m. Friday, May 22, in front of a business on the frontage road in the 6800 block of East Highway 69.
While the Prescott National Forest is open and available for public use, developed campgrounds and recreation facilities will remain closed for the Memorial Day weekend, according to a news release. Campfire and recreational shooting restrictions are in effect.
Four newborn kittens were found in a plastic shopping bag in a ditch off Spouse Road and Tracy Drive in Prescott Valley on Wednesday, May 20.
Sandy: We recently purchased a gently used home and want to remove the concrete driveway, sidewalks and patio and install pavers. Our biggest quandary is whether or not we should install a paver fire pit in the patio area. What are your thoughts? Nancy and Todd, Cottonwood.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center is seeking a “strategic collaboration” with Dignity Health as a means to expand its 21st century state-of-the-art medical care with facilities and services suitable to growing community expectations, hospital officials announced on Wednesday.
The Prescott Valley Police Department on May 8 welcomed five new officers who graduated as part of the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy’s (NARTA) Class No. 48.
The Mountain Valley Splash swimming pool, 8600 E. Nace Lane in Prescott Valley, is scheduled to reopen for the summer on Saturday, May 23, Mayor Kell Palguta stated on Facebook May 13.
Some occasions call for a light dish, and such occasions tend be more common in warm weather. Gone are the days of heavy, stick-to-your-ribs meals, and in their places are fresh, light and easy meals.
Sandy: We are looking for new countertops and last week on your radio show, we heard the term ‘ultra compact surfaces. What is the difference between ultra compact surface material and solid surface countertop material? Joy and Ed, Prescott.
Alfredo Saldivar, 28, faces a variety of felony charges after he was arrested Wednesday night, May 13, for evading police and endangering residents in Prescott Valley and Prescott, according to Prescott Valley Police.
On Thursday, May 7, Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) arrested a Prescott Valley couple — Justin and Amanda Horton — on charges of transportation, sale, use and possession of drugs, according to a Yavapai County Sheriff’s news release.
As the school year winds down, and the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board prepares for a new administration, there is no lack of things to contemplate and get done — be it leasing copiers, upgrading salary schedules, lobbying legislators, or arranging the Class of 2020’s graduation.