Marge and Chuck Goeser celebrated their 60th anniversary with a private family gathering in Scottsdale.
Prescott Valley Animal Control Supervisor Tim Yogerst has a message: Don’t feed the bears. In fact, don’t leave your trash unsecured or pet food out.
Board members took a close look Sept. 24 at how they have operated over the past year, and came out pretty pleased with themselves.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) will be holding a second testing day for recruit and lateral officers at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Both the physical and written tests will be conducted consecutively that day, according to a PVPD news release.
The Prescott Valley Police Department knows all too well the toll that breast cancer can take on individuals and families — members of the police family have been impacted in the past and present.
From book readings, book clubs, veteran town halls, study groups and garden talks to computer classes, adult GED tutoring and workshops dealing with dementia, the Prescott Valley Public Library has much to offer.
The Prescott Valley Police Department has recently received numerous reports of suspects calling Prescott Valley citizens and posing as agents of either the Internal Revenue Service or the Social Security Administration.
Sick and tired of hearing that noise and feeling your vehicle’s tires run over all of those pesky cracks on StoneRidge Drive heading into the subdivision on Prescott Valley’s west side?
Many residents of Dewey-Humboldt are deserving of the town’s 2018 Volunteer(s) of the Year award.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently has been notified that people, many of whom are children, are playing in and around the Iron King Mine tailings pile and Humboldt smelter properties in Dewey-Humboldt.
Congratulations to this week’s HUSD Student of the Week Melissa Avitia-Pacheco from Liberty Traditional School.
When Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta signed a proclamation at a September council meeting declaring Oct. 10 as the 50th anniversary of the Prescott Valley Public Library, its visionaries instantly became heroes of our community.
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Library begins a new program this week, kicking off the Community Connection speaker series at 11 a.m.
The Board of Supervisors encourages everyone to take advantage of the flu shots being offered in your community by Yavapai County Community Health Services.
Writing Workshops: Main and Secondary Characters, 2 p.m., Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. 928-777-1526.
Joining the Civil Air Patrol may not have been the deciding factor in Nicole Babbitt’s early acceptance to West Point Academy, but it certainly contributed to her list of accomplishments.
Five years ago, Max Efrein graduated from the University of Arizona in Tucson with a dual degree in Broadcast Journalism and History, but he wasn’t sure what his future had in store.
Jon Bloom, voice of the Northern Arizona Suns since the club’s inaugural season in 2016-17, is getting a call-up of his own.
If you’ve been looking for a decent job, but you’ve been out of the workforce for a while and need a hand up, you needn’t fret if you live in the Quad Cities.