Prescott Valley voters passed the 2035 General Plan update in the Nov. 8, 2022, election with 58.79% of voters being in favor.
Recently, the Prescott Valley Police Department Crime Prevention Team received training and became certified instructors for the longstanding program called, “Refuse to be a Victim”, which is certified by the National Rifle Association (NRA).
C. Steven Crouch, 72, long time resident of Prescott Valley and most recently, Camp Verde, passed away on 10/24/2022 after succumbing to his injuries following a single car, single passenger, motor vehicle accident occurring 10/13/2022 near Las Vegas, Nevada.
Edward Arthur Taylor born January 28, 1944 in Genoa, Nebraska, passed away November 23, 2022, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
Audrey Ann Bohne was born March 11, 1932 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Chino Valley Unified School District would like to recognize fourth grader John Garden of Del Rio School as our Student of the Week for the week ending Dec. 1, 2022.
Espresso is a concentrated coffee brew that is stronger, thicker and higher in caffeine than a typical coffee.
I sat down this morning to list the types of art that abound around me.
Sookie is a gentle 6-year-old who lost her home when her guardian passed away.
LJ and JJ are 2-and 1/2-year-old orange and white male brothers.
Marty is part of the Sparklight Group found outside at about 10 days old by some Sparklight employees.
We all know that turkey and mashed potatoes pair great together for Thanksgiving.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) will be hosting a Teen Safety Table on Wednesday, Dec. 21, at the Prescott Valley Library.
Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) is rolling out a program that will equip all officers with body worn cameras in an effort to enhance officer and community safety.
With the Yavapai County Attorney position being vacated at the end of this month with the retirement of long-time County Attorney Sheila Polk, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors could make an appointment to fill the unexpired term this week.
This weekend was the Prescott area’s turn to ring in the 2022 holiday season and it did so with flying colors!
Jerry L. Rogers, 85, of Prescott Valley was located and is now safe at home, according to an update on the Prescott Valley Police Department's Facebook page.
The latest survey shows another increase in the population of the endangered Mount Graham red squirrel in the Pinaleno Mountains of southeastern Arizona, according to authorities.
People are always looking for ways to reduce or eliminate that credit card debt. We all want to be able to purchase gifts for loved ones and friends over the holidays but we are all worried by the high interest rates and current credit card debt.
During a press conference at the Arizona capitol on Thursday, Dec. 1, a bipartisan group of legislators called on Gov. Doug Ducey to live up to his promise to call a special session to address a school spending crunch before he — and some of them — leave office at the end of the year.
With an estimated total cost of $20 million, the Glassford Hill Regional Park that three local governments are working toward could get a boost of up to $5 million from a federal grant.
At 10:04 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) was dispatched to the report of a domestic violence incident in the 4200 block of Cypress Circle, where they encountered two gunshot victims, one of whom had succumbed to his injuries, police say.
Sometimes I feel like I am failing to support the community and not being on every doorstep talking about how to hire contractors. I picture myself standing on a street corner with a sign “Hire Licensed Contractors” “Call Sandy At YCCA before your Hire.”
Now is the time to plant privacy screens for maximum growth and seclusion in spring. Without strategically placed evergreens in the yard, it can feel as if prying eyes are looking right into your home.