The Prescott Valley Arts and Culture Commission is accepting concepts from Arizona artists and/or artist groups to design, fabricate and install a major permanent bronze artwork on the Civic Center campus.
An unidentified 27-year-old man possibly suffering from a mental health episode attempted to light a fire in an open field before being taken into custody, according to a news release Thursday.
A 9-month-old Prescott Valley infant is OK and returned home this past week, one day after being seriously bitten by the family dog on Wednesday, Aug. 5, Prescott Valley police reported
Prescott Valley Public Library community engagement librarian Shannon Schinagl is so passionate about the Books on Wheels program she leads that every week she eagerly anticipates distributing books and other library materials to homebound residents.
The public is invited to grab some popcorn at the concession stand and settle in on the cool lawn at the Civic Center in Prescott Valley to watch “The Little Mermaid” this Friday, Aug. 14.
After the lazy days of summer, fall often arrives with packed schedules and everyone getting back on track, whether for work or school.
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council is tentatively scheduled to vote on the preliminary drawings of a new Town Hall facility at their Aug. 18 council meeting.
On Aug. 5, American Library Association (ALA) President Julius Jefferson Jr. virtually visited Cordes Lakes Public Library east of Cordes Junction to conduct a webinar with Arizona library stakeholders about rural libraries’ unique role in supporting education and lifelong learning.
Humboldt Unified School District opened school on Aug. 3 — virtually.
Humboldt Unified School District’s Child Nutrition Department will be serving meals to its students during remote learning campus restrictions.
Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) officers responded to the report of a burglary at Bike Works, 8500 Highway 69, on Thursday, Aug. 6, at around 11 p.m.
The sweltering, baking, roasting and blistering hot weather sure did bring out the calls for air conditioning (AC) service repairs.
Richard Savage has worked for Walmart in Prescott Valley for the past six years, and he says he’s grateful for the giant retailer’s commitment to military veterans and their families.
With the 2020-2021 school year resuming with remote online learning, Prescott Valley Police are urging parents to be diligent about monitoring their children’s daily online activity.
Beware opening emails from various subscription services – NetFlix, Google, Apple - asking for personalized information: it is a scam, according to the Prescott Valley Police Department.
Lori Hunt and April Hepperle apparently each clinched a four-year term on the Prescott Valley Town Council Tuesday night, Aug. 4, as they were the two highest vote getters in the 2020 primary.
Two men staying at a Prescott Valley motel were arrested and charged with three felony counts related to firing guns in the motel’s parking lot on Sunday, Aug. 2, according to a Prescott Valley Police Department news release.
A Phoenix man who violated probation related to an arrest for a Cordes Lakes burglary two years ago was apprehended in the early hours of July 27 and transferred to the Yavapai County jail in Camp Verde, according to a Yavapai Silent Witness release Tuesday.
The Prescott Valley Police Department launched its new and easy to use Silent Witness reporting button last week, located on the Prescott Valley Police Department Website.
The Town of Prescott Valley this past week announced that the Sunset Lane Project, which included widening, paving and installing storm drains and sidewalks on Sunset Lane from Pine View to Prescott East Highway, is complete.
The Mediterranean diet is inspired by the eating trends of people from Italy and Greece in the 1960s. The diet has long been touted as a healthy way to eat.
We are over half-way through the year and things are still nuts! At times we get brief glimpses of hope then just like that it’s gone.
Although it was not technically the first day of classes at Liberty Traditional School on Monday, administrators, teachers and staff tried to make student orientation go as smoothly as possible amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Humboldt Unified School District’s new superintendent, John Pothast, is not afraid to veer off course, ride down a bumpy path, or stretch his mental or physical stamina to reach a chosen destination.