It may have felt awkward for Bradshaw Mountain football coach Bob Young to stand on the visitor’s sideline at Bright Field in Cottonwood on Friday night, Oct. 23.
Six vehicles were involved in a crash on Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 20, causing the shutdown of northbound traffic for more than an hour.
Prescott Valley police Chief Steve Roser, third from left, congratulated five of his men in uniform for earning promotions in the department during a Town Council study session Oct. 15, 2020.
Mayor Kell Palguta announced on Facebook Oct. 12 that the Town of Prescott Valley will rename NAZ Suns Way to Veterans Way after receiving more than 800 responses to a Facebook post.
What would the holidays be without delicious foods to share with loved ones? In fact, crafting elaborate meals and baking goodies is par for the course once the weather begins to cool and decorations turn up on businesses and homes.
For sure, Humboldt Unified School District’s first day of in-person instruction since the school year officially started in early August was atypical – face masks for all students, faculty and staff, no visitor or parent walks-ins to school, and elbow bumps or shoulder squeezes rather than full embraces or kisses.
In mid-September, the Prescott Valley Police Department’s Animal Control Unit received a call for a possibly injured great horned owl located at a local business, according to a news release. Animal Control Supervisor Tim Yogerst responded to the location, Yvonne’s Pet Grooming, to assess and pick up the owl.
A 10-year-old boy crossing the road on his bicycle was injured Sunday night, Oct. 18, during a hit-and-run with a sedan making a right hand turn on a red traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 69 and Glassford Hill Road, according to a report from the Prescott Valley Police Department on Monday.
The Prescott Valley Police Department is resuming fingerprinting for the public on Tuesday, Oct. 20, from 8 to 10 a.m. in the police lobby at 7601 E. Skoog Blvd., Prescott Valley.
For the second straight week, Bradshaw Mountain’s football team started slowly. But on Friday night, the result was much different, and the Bears went home happy.
We all know construction is up; seeing the construction vehicles on the highways is one sure sign and the other one…calls to my office with the question “is this Blue Stake?” I thought it would be good for a “refresher” column on the process in Arizona called, “Arizona 811.”
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Community Health Center of Yavapai (CHCY) is hosting a Women’s Health Day — a full day for women to complete their annual exams in a single visit.
Arizonans who want to vote this election may now have only through Thursday to get signed up.
During a regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 6, the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council announced they will be looking to hire a new town manager to replace Ed Hanks, who will be moving on at the end of November after spending two years in the position and 10 years working for the town.
Prescott Valley Town Council members on Oct. 8 approved a $762,279 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and an agreement with the Arizona Department of Housing for renovating the older portion of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona complex, 8201 E. Loos Drive.
Many people attest that country cooking involves comfort cuisine foods that originated in the southeastern United States.
On Monday, Oct. 19, the Humboldt Unified School District will resume in-person classes at the schools in Prescott Valley and Dewey-Humboldt. As children return to school, traffic will increase on the roadways and include pedestrians and vehicles.
A 20-year-old impaired driver that caused an accident in Dewey on Sunday has been charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.
The Humboldt Unified School District has earned state approval for funds to replace roofs at three of its 10 schools, with the school board approving the cost proposals for two and the contractor for a third.
The Humboldt Unified School District each month strives to honor teachers, support staff and volunteers who devote themselves to making their particular schools a special place for all.
To mask or not to mask? In the tri-city area’s school districts, face masks are non-negotiable for students, faculty and staff, and guests — with limited exclusions for those with documented medical conditions.
I was feeling annoyed last week with a suddenly leaky sounding, noisy toilet. I hereby admit to my most precious readers I have never picked up the toilet bowl tank lid in 15 years. I clean the lid, clean the toilet bowl and the surrounding toilet bowl parts on a weekly basis, but never ever have lifted the lid.
From a volleyball standpoint, the Prescott-Bradshaw Mountain cross-town rivalry has seen lopsided affairs both ways in recent years. The Bears easily defeated the Badgers in their last four meetings (spanning back to the 2018 season) while the Badgers have held the edge over the Bears basically every other year before that.
Mustang owners and car enthusiasts converged on Prescott Valley near The Event Spot on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, to show off their pride and joy and reminisce about the Pony they once owned, or wanted to own.