Red signs have popped up throughout Chino Valley calling for voters to support Proposition 310 to improve funding for firefighters.
The Prescott Valley Public Library is excited to host its Princess Enchanted Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 2.
The lazy days of summer have started to fade away, and individuals and families will once again be beholden to more rigid schedules packed with activities.
The Town of Prescott Valley announced in a news release that starting Tuesday, Sept. 27, Earth Resources Corporation will begin paving Florentine Road between Navajo Drive and Majesty Drive. Paving will continue through Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Aviation Support Equipment Technician 3rd Class Jacob Midkiff of Prescott Valley, with Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Sigonella, checks equipment on Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy, on Sept. 20, 2022.
Herbie is a 100% working dog looking for a serious job. The cattle dog mix is not meant to be a cuddly pet and needs a handler who will respect him as a working partner.
Sasha is a female, long-haired brown tabby. She is approximately 10 years old.
Garnet and Naomi are both lovely brown tabbies. You have to look closely to tell them apart...
Prescott Valley’s Streets Division this past week began patching pavement on Viewpoint Drive between Long Look and Manley drives.
Hi, my name is Raegan, and I am an approximately 3-year-old Husky mix.
With Mayor Kell Palguta absent, the Prescott Valley Town Council on Sept. 22 unanimously approved a resolution for the town to pursue joining the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) for town employees other than the police.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office’s (YCSO) SWAT Unit arrested a 62-year-old Cordes Lakes man Wednesday morning, Sept. 21, on suspicion of sexual abuse and sexual assault, among other offenses.
As Yavapai County continues to search for a new elections director, two new positions are being added to the department to help deal with the growing number of registered county voters, as well as an increased level of public scrutiny in elections.
Local and national education agendas are the talk of area communities now, and eligible voters come the Nov. 8 election will have choices to make on the nonpartisan candidates they wish to help guide their districts for the next four years.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) is seeking information regarding a robbery of narcotics from the Walgreens pharmacy at 2880 Centre Court.
COVID-19 brought about changes with indoor air quality. We recently purchased a resale home and wonder if we have an issue with air quality. —Mark and Susan, Prescott Air quality has always been a concern for customers, even before COVID-19.
Partners against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) detectives this month arrested two brothers on multiple drug- and weapons-related charges in Cottonwood, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) news release reported.
Timing really is everything. Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge is having the season of a lifetime, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.
The Yavapai County Superior Court is seeking public comment on the applicants for the position of Chief Adult Probation Officer, a vacancy created by the pending retirement of Chief John Morris.
John Stossel’s article titled “Scientific Integrity” claims that government science is being misused by progressive politicians and that closing areas of the ocean to fishing to increase catches “doesn’t seem logical.”
All one need do is spend a couple minutes with Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast to discern his education heart is vested in making certain every child sees themselves as a capable learner.
Town of Prescott Valley officials on Sept. 12 launched the first phase of the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (CYMPO) Phased Transit Plan with the YavaLine Regional Transit System.
From “The Little Engine that Could” to “Owl Moon,” the personal libraries of Prescott preschoolers have been growing over the past three years, thanks to the Dolly Parton-sponsored Imagination Library.