In the early morning hours of Thursday, Dec. 3, an unidentified person fired multiple rounds into the occupied home of a sheriff’s deputy, nearly striking a child.
Amid a surge in the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Prescott Valley reported in a news release on Thursday, Dec. 3, that it has canceled an evening reception planned for outgoing Town Council members Dec. 10 at Findlay Toyota Center.
Mail reportedly was taken from personal mailboxes along Sauter Drive East in Prescott Tuesday, Dec. 1 in an effort to retrieve cash, credit cards, and personal information.
Although many holiday festivities and celebrations have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the Town of Prescott Valley has decided to move forward its biggest, most popular events on Friday, Dec. 4.
The spike in COVID-19 cases predicted to last through the holiday season has prompted Prescott, Humboldt and Chino Valley school districts on Tuesday, Dec. 1, to cancel all in-person instruction through winter break.
Every year, the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts the Valley of Lights — a popular mile-long display. The 21st annual Valley of Lights, located east of Fain Park, 2200 N. Fifth St. in Prescott Valley, is free and open to the public now through Wednesday, Dec. 30. Donations are welcomed at the end of the displays.
Congratulations to Stella from Liberty Traditional for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
Richard Coleman says walking the five-mile Peavine Trail here in Chino Valley is far more than mere physical exercise.
The holiday season is a time when families across the globe look forward to the traditions they’ve passed down from generation to generation. Holiday baking is one such tradition in many families.
The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club was pleased to be able to honor its Student of the Month for November at their meeting on Nov. 18.
Ho, ho holidays! We had a wonderful opening to our 21st annual Valley of Lights and the 4th annual Stroll through Valley of Lights. The Stroll is a walk-through that is held only on one night which is the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
For the second straight year, the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society (DHHS) has earned the Bronze Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, society president and board chair David Nystrom stated via email Nov. 22.
Congratulations to last week’s HUSD Student of the Week Chloe Marsh, kindergartner from Lake Valley.
The rider and passenger of a motorcycle were seriously injured on Sunday afternoon when the motorcycle collided with a car turning in front of it at the intersection of Veterans Way and Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley, according to a news release.
Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast expressed disappointment that Bradshaw Mountain High School faculty would opt to call out sick Monday, Nov. 30, to protest concerns about COVID-19 spread. Still, Pothast affirmed he shares the concerns that prompted the move.
Twenty faculty members at Humboldt Unified School District’s Bradshaw Mountain High School called out sick Monday, Nov. 30, amid COVID-19 spikes they claim are putting students and staff at risk.
Bradshaw Mountain High School’s students of the month for October were Shannon Moore and Blake Huenemeyer, who were honored by the Optimist Club at the Prescott Valley Town Council meeting on Nov. 12, 2020, at the Library Auditorium.
With the Indoor Football League (IFL) releasing its game schedule for 2021 on Nov. 17, the dawn of a new era in Prescott Valley is on the horizon as the NAZ Wranglers will open their first-ever season on April 3 against the Tucson Sugar Skulls at the Findlay Toyota Center.
Yavapai College (YC) has announced that it will revert to the Red Phase of its COVID-19 re-entry plan when returning from Thanksgiving break on Monday, Nov. 30, through Sunday, Dec. 6, according to a news release.
How can a photograph of a pink and white sneaker be viewed as grey and teal? It’s all in the way the photo is processed - some will see the grey and teal pixels and others will see the actual color of the shoe. Both are reality.
Throughout the years I have received so many precious calls from our citizens such as “Where should I purchase tires?” “How do I get my dog to stop barking?” “I need a seamstress.” “What day do they pick up my trash?” “How thick is a piece of rebar?” (I had to Google the answer to that question for the homeowner) “where is my GFCI located?” “How close can I set my scaffolding to a power line?”
For three straight days this week, volunteers with Yavapai County Food Bank and Real Hope Inc. combined to donate some 2,600 Thanksgiving food boxes to families in need during a first-ever, drive-thru event at Living Faith Church in Prescott Valley.
Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) officials are asking the town’s residents and businesses for their help in supporting the department’s efforts to expand Virtual Block Watch (VBW), which they say is “an effective crime prevention program.”
Prescott Valley’s new Community Services Department this past week recommended installation in 2021 of a proposed 2,200-to-2,500-square-foot spray pad where children and their families could play in the water at Bob Edwards Park on East Long Look Drive. \
Socks are one of the most requested items from homeless shelters nationwide. This is especially true in the cold winter months, which includes northern Arizona.