Young wrestlers, drumline participate in MLK Day March 11 hours, 23 minutes
Supporters of women’s rights, equality for all marched Saturday 11 hours, 27 minutes
Guardian of the playground and splendid pencil sharpener earn accolades 12 hours, 42 minutes
HUSD Student of the Week: Ryder 12 hours, 45 minutes
Editorial cartoon (a): Jan. 23, 2019 13 hours, 5 minutes
Editorial cartoon (b): Jan. 23, 2019 13 hours, 9 minutes
Not only were the participants marching in support of Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of equality for all in the Jan. 21 MLK Day March in Prescott.
The signs brought home yet another year of support for equal rights and protests against oppression as participants marched Jan. 19 at the Yavapai County Courthouse in Prescott.
Granville Elementary School Principal Christine Griffin honored three members of the school certified, classified and volunteer staff at the Jan. 8 Humboldt Unified School District Government Board meeting.
Ryder is the Humboldt Unified School District’s Student of the Week.
Editorial cartoon (a): Jan. 23, 2019
Editorial cartoon (b): Jan. 23, 2019
I am sure many of you will agree with me that the dog park we have in Chino Valley is not the best, but it is all we have.
While Trump was president, the Republicans had control of both the House and the Senate, and they did not fund the Border Wall. Not for two years.
On Jan. 15, Bradshaw Mountain High School DECA took its show on the road and proved it was “Ready for It” at the Arizona DECA District 8 Career Development Conference.
Prescott Valley Public Works crews placed signs throughout the Town of Prescott Valley Jan. 17 to remind drivers of the new ban on use of handheld devices while driving.
Council meets, greets NARTA graduates
The three newest officers with the Prescott Valley Police Department stood before the Town Council Jan. 10 as Deputy Police Chief James Edelstein introduced them.
I wish to predict that by the end of this column, neither you nor I will be wiser, more fully informed or even slightly better educated than we all are right now.
The Flour Stone Bakery and Café offers an opportunity for the community to show its support of Jeff Duncan, Mayer High School principal and boys basketball coach, who is battling Stage 4 cancer.
Tuesday Planners are back. Each Tuesday at 9 a.m. the planners will meet at the Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive to plan for events, such as Cookies with Santa.
‘Name that Restaurant’ opens for brunch Jan. 27
Arizona Downs, with its refurbished venue, amazing views, and simulcast horseracing, will offer Sunday brunch beginning Jan. 27 in its new restaurant under the direction of talented Executive Chef Don Walker.
Firefighters jump on response; no structures damaged
A wind-driven wildfire took some battling after tearing through grasslands north of Highway 89A early Monday afternoon, Jan. 21.
Community workshop set for Jan. 29 with EPA
The Iron King Mine/Humboldt Smelter Superfund site is nearing the time when the Environmental Protection Agency evaluates all its clean up options.
The state’s governor, Doug Ducey, fresh off re-election in November is riding a wave of popularity and increased revenues.
About 126,000 Arizonans who get free health care will soon be required to work, if they can.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s detectives are searching for one or more suspects who early Tuesday morning cut a hole in the rear exterior wall of the Family Dollar Store on Hitching Post Way in Cordes Junction.
A Peoria Republican lawmaker is moving to alter state law to ensure that edible forms of medical marijuana remain legally available to patients.
Prep Boys Basketball
PRESCOTT VALLEY — One night after Nate Summit didn’t dress at Coconino due to injury, Bradshaw Mountain’s star sophomore post returned triumphantly on Thursday, Jan. 17, to help guide the Bears to victory over struggling Mohave.
Teary goodbyes, and some stumbles mark first council meeting of year
For many in the packed auditorium, the farewells to two Prescott Valley council members and one mayor brought tears along with plentiful accolades at the first council meeting of the year Jan. 10.
Twenty-eight fabulous young adults exited the first week of the YCCA Job Readiness Boot Camp with smiles and high-fives, and I left the building with a glorious smile in my heart.
Austin Lengwenus, age 21, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on Jan. 11, 2019, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
- ‘Prescott Valley Fire’ burns about 300 acres north of Highway 89A
- Wind-driven wildfire quickly moving northeast of Prescott
- Why are flags at half-staff today, Jan. 15, 2019
- 6 fentanyl cases concluded, 10 ongoing
- Prescott listed as 2019 place to visit
- Get ready for ‘super blood wolf moon’
- Missing 18-year-old found after night in woods
- Arizona Pioneers’ Home victim of nasty bug this season
- Officers find man with warrant after two months of investigation
- Highway 69 collision Tuesday caused by erratic driver
- YCSO reports road closures as winter storm slams northern Arizona
- Heavy snowstorm on New Year’s Eve Day clogs Prescott streets
- Why are flags at half-staff today, Jan. 15, 2019
- Police announce road closures in PV due to snow storm
- Prescott Valley woman killed in Kingman-area plane crash
- Fatal collision on Iron Springs Road claims Prescott woman’s life
- Some local roads begin to reopen after New Year's Eve snowstorm
- Man allegedly pushed into traffic, struck by truck
- Sex offender caught with 13-year-old girl after online communication
- Two men arrested for alleged sexual conduct with teen