Prescott Valley Town Council members on Sept. 24 approved a $6.2 million settlement agreement with the architect and builder of the town’s joint facility, which includes the library, its auditorium, and a separate wing of classrooms and offices, for multiple repairs needed after the complex’s construction in 2009.
A Prescott Valley certified master fitness trainer is hoping to infuse her community with some positive autumn energy through a health and fitness fair on Saturday, Oct. 10 she has dubbed “Wellness Rocks.”
Harry Torjusen was born in Brooklyn, New York, and a long-time resident of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away July 24, 2020, in Phoenix, Arizona, at the age of 90 years.
Congratulations to Alyson Johnson from Humboldt Elementary for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
On Sept. 23, at around 8 a.m., Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies went to a home in the 27000 block of E. Grandview, Congress, regarding a suspect vehicle spotted that was involved in an ongoing trespassing/vehicle theft case.
Roasts and hams certainly may get a lot of fanfare for holiday dining, but chicken is a versatile food that is mild enough to be molded into whatever flavor profile cooks desire.
As we all know, in December of this year, Chino Valley Mayor Darryl Croft, Councilman Mike Best and Town Clerk Jami Lewis are retiring from public service and trundling off into the sunset.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) offers online reporting of crimes at pvaz.net and they recently updated its online reporting criteria to include crimes with losses upward of $1,000, a Sept. 25 news release from the department stated.
Some citizens have received misinformation regarding the start of early voting, the Yavapai County Recorder’s Office stated this week in a news release.
A designated place for the performing arts is finally coming to Prescott Valley, as the Prescott Valley Performing Arts & Children’s Theatre (PVPA) group is currently building itself a new theater next to the Findlay Toyota Center that is scheduled to be completed at the turn of the calendar year.
The Dewey Classic Cruisers hosted its ninth Fall Classic Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, in the parking lot of the Safeway Shopping Center in Prescott Valley.
Prescott Valley Economic Development Coordinator Ben Hooper has left an indelible mark on the town in a short period of time.
Forty-five contestants, all younger than 17, gathered at the Prescott Valley Skate Park in the 8300 block of East Loos Drive on Saturday, Sept. 19, for a friendly skating competition to honor the memory of their good friend, Travis.
On Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 8:48 p.m., Prescott Valley Police were dispatched to the area of East Sunset Lane and North Lynx Lake Drive for a medical emergency call. Bystanders had noticed a male unconscious in the roadway and had alerted medical personnel.
Prescott Valley Police officers responded to the 3700 block of North Taylor Drive on Wednesday, Sept. 23, due to a report of gunshots being fired in a residence.
Most high school sports teams across the state have begun their fall seasons with new protocols and social-distancing guidelines, but fans are asking, “Can I attend?”
When I read that the Arizona State Health Department is asking citizens to spy and snitch on Arizona businesses and report any violations they see with regard to the state health guidelines for COVID, I am alarmed because I know the freedom of Americans is at stake.
As we navigate the vast impact that COVID-19 has had on our everyday lives, it is hard to know how many of these changes are here for the long term. One thing that we know for sure is that healthy living, from the individual level to buildings, planes and trains, is a trend that will continue to gain traction during and after this pandemic.
A 51-year-old woman who was doing “self-appointed, unlicensed caregiving duties” for an 89-year-old man in Dewey has been arrested on multiple charges that include fraud and theft.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has severely inhibited trick-or-treating activities for Halloween in 2020, the quad cities are still bracing for children, teens and adults who may want to celebrate on Oct. 31, provided they socially distance and wear masks.
I am an 82-year-old disabled veteran. I was at the Gail Gardner Way (super store) in Prescott on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 11:21 a.m. when I became the victim of a crime.
Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) has scheduled influenza clinics for the community Sept. 30 and through October.
A shirtless man running through traffic on East Highway 69 was arrested early Tuesday morning, Sept. 22, after he punched a Prescott Valley Police officer in the ear trying to move him away from traffic, according to a Prescott Valley Police Department news release.