A woman survived being shot in the head after an altercation at a Prescott Valley home Friday night.
From the start of his educational career, Humboldt Unified School Superintendent John Pothast was unconventional when it came to the way he allowed students to learn in his high school English classes.
In the 21st century, area educators want to find new ways to do what has been done for more than two centuries in America — educate a future generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, teachers, doctors, lawyers, mechanics, engineers and electricians.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) is requesting the public’s help in identifying three individuals in association with damage to statues at the St. Germaine Catholic Church in Prescott Valley.
As water conservation concerns grow in the Prescott Active Management Area, the Prescott Valley Water System on Feb. 25 received approval to install computer software upgrades that will allow its more than 21,500 customers to track their water usage in real-time.
The properties go by the nondescript names of 20-001 and 20-002, but the Town of Prescott Valley sees value in both and officials would like to have a say in their future.
Japanese cuisine is beloved the world over, but many non-Japanese people may be hesitant to prepare a favorite Japanese meal at home.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is warning residents that if you receive a text message telling you to update your Arizona driver’s license, do not open it or click on it.
Citing an effort “to protect public health, safety, and welfare,” the Prescott Valley Town Council on Feb. 25 unanimously approved an ordinance prohibiting retail sales of recreational marijuana and marijuana-testing complexes in town as allowed under state law.
Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) noted in a news release last week that domestic violence (DV) cases have significantly increased over the past year.
The upper Verde River faces a triple threat that could disrupt its year-round flow and negatively affect both wildlife and the local economy, the Prescott-based Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) reported in a news release.
Spectrum Healthcare has announced that the Vaccination Station in Prescott Valley will change hours and days of operation effective Monday March 1. Hours of operation in Cottonwood will remain the same.
A decision could be coming this week on the future of the Yavapai Exhibition Center located at Yavapai Downs.
The Prescott Valley Police Department announced in a news release that Animal Control officers (ACO) Tim Yogerst and Helen stepped up just in the nick of time to rescue a neglected and very obese potbelly pig named Petunia.
On Sunday morning, the Prescott Valley Police Department notified the Courier that this vehicle has been recovered. PVPD appreciates the public's help in resolving this case.
MatForce, Yavapai County’s substance abuse prevention coalition, is hosting its annual 2021 poster contest themed “Stand With Me, Be Drug Free” to raise awareness about the risks of drug and alcohol abuse, according to a news release.
As the COVID-19 patient load is beginning to slow down, Dignity Health-Yavapai Regional Medical Center on Thursday announced it is beginning to lifts its ban on non-emergency, elective surgery and visitation at both its Prescott and Prescott Valley campuses.
Readers of our column know me all too well, and that it is my belief that there is much to love about the construction industry.
Nipping at Coconino’s heels for first place in the Grand Canyon region with five league games left on the 2021 winter schedule entering Tuesday, Bradshaw Mountain’s boys basketball team didn’t get caught looking ahead.
Arizonans who find themselves out of work through no fault of their own could get their first increase in benefits in 17 years.
Yavapai County Community Health Services Leslie Horton is used to COVID-19 surprises – just not many good ones.
State health officials last week doled out $100 million in federal funds to the state’s counties to help boost local testing for COVID-19.
Many of our local businesses have felt the economic impacts of the pandemic.
Safety for students who walk and ride their bikes to Coyote Springs Elementary School, 6625 N. Cattletrack Road, should improve considerably later this year if the Prescott Valley Town Council agrees this week to a construction contract for pedestrian improvements nearby.