Brad Fain faced a room of about 150 Villages at Lynx Creek residents who were there to ask questions about a project that may or may not come to fruition at the corner of Fain Road and Highway 69.
Odie, a handicapped racer and fan favorite, will be competing in the Wiener Dog Races Saturday, July 20, at the Wiener Mania event taking place both Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21, at Arizona Downs, 10501 E. Highway 89A, Prescott Valley.
In addition to their tourney from July 19-21, PATA (Prescott Area Tennis Association) is hosting a Junior Tournament at the Yavapai College Tennis Center on Aug. 17.
The old water main under property owned by Franklin Phonetic School hasn’t been used in years and it’s time to remove it.
Two Humboldt Unified School District classified employees received accolades and the VIP of the Month award at the HUSD Governing Board meeting July 9.
Events in Prescott Valley this week, including the Prescott Valley Public Library hosting an Alzheimer’s presentation — “Know the 10 Signs: Early.”
The Humboldt Unified School District’s former headquarters is too small to accommodate its current staff — should they ever want to return to the offices located along Highway 69 at Truwood on the eastern end of Prescott Valley. That is unlikely.
State utility regulators unanimously approved a new code of ethics late Wednesday, including new limits on how much anyone with business before them can donate to candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Authorities are now investigating “eight to 12 complaints of child abuse” in connection with the Gummy Bear Early Learning Center, Prescott Valley Police Sgt. Jason Kaufman said Friday evening, July 12.
The national media reports have been numerous in recent days: “The FBI and ICE can actually access and scan your driver’s license picture, and get other information about you, using technology that’s the stuff of Hollywood.”
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Chairman Randy Garrison presented Jack Smith with a plaque of recognition for his seven years’ service to the county.
Crews with the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) were able to save a building in Prescott Valley from extensive damage by quickly extinguishing a balcony fire Thursday afternoon, July 11.
A steady rush of water – totaling about 6.5 million gallons a day – is currently coursing out of a valve on the Watson Lake dam.
Prescott United Methodist Church, 505 W. Gurley St., Prescott Valley United Methodist Church, 8944 E. Sommer Drive, and Chino Valley United Methodist Church, 735 E Road 1 South, will be holding a “Shoes from the Shepherd” event from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 27.
Inasmuch as the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, along with the Asbestos Institute, will be presenting a free seminar in town Thursday, July 18, we felt our column is timely to address a few top questions about asbestos.
Arizona transportation officials say they are not sharing your driver’s license photo with federal agencies, a practice that apparently is occurring in other states.
Wearing all of their tactical equipment, members of the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) SWAT team got to have a field day Wednesday, July 10, at the empty Prescott Valley Motel on Frontage Road.
State utility commissioners late Wednesday rejected a last-ditch plea by an Arizona Public Service customer to undo the rate hike they approved for the state’s largest electric company in 2017.
Hailey York, 16, took first place in the National Dance Championships.
Four applicants have filed letters for consideration to fill the vacant seat on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors.
The Public Works, Community Development, and Police departments in Prescott Valley are replacing and ordering new vehicles, the purchase of which council members will decide at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 11.
A company that hopes to be the largest marijuana operation in Arizona, if not the nation, is expanding its holdings ahead of what is likely to be an expensive ballot fight to legalize the drug for recreational purposes.