Humboldt Unified School Superintendent John Pothast earned high ratings in his evaluation conducted last month with a report delivered to the public at the Governing Board meeting Tuesday night, Jan. 12.
At the start of every Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board meeting, the board opens with “Celebrating Successes” where one of the district’s 10 schools is able to recognize the stars of their school — a certified faculty member, a classified or support, staff member and a volunteer.
In her first year at Granville Elementary, Principal Christine Griffin remembers the day she dragged in a shelf to put some of her things on when she was traveling between classrooms.
A Prescott Valley woman has been arrested after she allegedly crashed into a police car while driving under the influence.
The Humboldt Unified School District community’s temperature over reopening schools amid still rising cases of COVID-19 has moved way past the boiling point.
In its first meeting of 2021 this week, Prescott Valley Town Council members will likely vote on whether to accept $3.6 million in CARES Act funding for a proposed, small-scale public transit service.
Dewey-Humboldt’s Planning and Zoning Commission on Jan. 7 unanimously approved an ordinance that would ban commercial recreational marijuana grow facilities in town that are not allowed under law.
Congratulations to Brody, a fifth grader from Lake Valley Elementary, for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
Artists, collectors, craftspeople and nonprofits who work in 2D media are encouraged to apply for the Town of Prescott Valley Arts & Culture Commission’s Public Art Exhibition Program.
The Town of Prescott Valley’s annual Polar Bear Splash at Mountain Valley Splash pool, 8600 E. Nace Lane, may have been unorthodox on Saturday, Jan. 9, but it was enjoyed by all nonetheless.
Valentine’s Day is an opportunity for people to share their love and affection and of course, sweet treats. Chocolate reigns supreme on this day devoted to sweethearts.
The Town of Prescott Valley’s Daddy Daughter Date Night in February has been postponed to June 12 because of a second surge of the COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona.
On Jan. 8, at about 11:11 p.m., Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) dispatch received a call of a delayed robbery.
Upon investigation, 21-year-old Hayden Schuff of Prescott Valley was booked after a traffic altercation he was involved in led to him shooting the other involved driver Friday, Jan. 8, on Robert Road, according to a Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) press release.
Gov. Doug Ducey used his State of the State speech Monday to launch into a full-throated defense of what he has — and has not — done to deal with COVID-19 even as the state set new records.
On Dec. 31, 2020, officers from the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) contacted detectives from Partner Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) regarding a suspicious package at a mail service center.
Rebecca Cooley’s more- than-three-decade tenure with the Humboldt Unified School District started as a parent helper in 1986 at Lake Valley Elementary, then the district’s only such school.
The 2021 legislative session is being brought to you by the letter E ... as in emergency powers, election legislation and education funding.
At about 2:22 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8, Prescott Valley Police responded to a report of a traffic altercation on Robert Road, between Nancy and Gale roads about one mile north of Highway 69.
A parcel of open ranchland off Highway 89A is expected to soon accommodate hundreds of acres of solar panels.
A 15-year-old has been arrested for multiple vehicle burglaries in the Quailwood area of Prescott Valley in which several guns were stolen, according to a press release by the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD).
On Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020, Sandra Richardson-Des Rosiers, loving mother, grandmother, wife and sister, passed away at age 68 from COVID-19 and complications.
At the very first Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting of 2021, the county supervisors presented recently retired Sheriff Scott Mascher with a certificate of appreciation, a state flag that had flown over the courthouse, an American Flag and a present from the board.
Our brief episode of moisture caused my phone to ring with roof-leak calls.
Termed a project that “is not the right road, not the right place, and not the right amount,” the multi-million-dollar Verde Connect project was rejected by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors this week.