The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is playing host to the 43rd Prescott Valley Days Thursday, May 6, through Sunday, May 9, in the Prescott Valley Entertainment District.
Edward Dickie officially became the new town manager for the Town of Dewey-Humboldt on Monday, May 3, replacing a second interim manager who had come aboard two months ago to replace ousted interim Jim Thomas.
P.E.O., a philanthropic educational organization that benefits women, held an arts and crafts fair on Friday, April 30 and Saturday May 1, at the Property Owners Association building in Dewey, to raise funds.
We are excited to announce the 43rd annual Prescott Valley Days is back and will be bigger and better than ever. The theme is “Festival of Fantasy” and what better way to forget the past year than to immerse ourselves in a fun and family friendly event.
On May 6, Prescott Valley citizens along with government and community leaders will unite to observe a day of prayer for the town, state and nation.
As the mercury rises, the opportunities to cook a greater number of meals on the grill increases. For many people, there’s nothing like the smoke-kissed flavor of meats, poultry and vegetables seared over an open flame.
Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E. Skoog Blvd., has fully reopened, having resumed its normal business hours from before the pandemic on May 2, library officials reported on Facebook this past week.
The Town of Prescott Valley announced in a proclamation in late April that it designated the week of May 2 through May 8 as Professional Municipal Clerks Week. The proclamation extends appreciation to all municipal and deputy clerks for the services they provide to their communities.
In June, the Town of Prescott Valley and the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring a live music festival called Rhythm & Brews, headlined by Nashville-based artist Filmore.
Prescott Valley celebrated Arbor Day on April 30 by planting 34 trees at Antelope and Mountain Valley parks.
Drivers should plan for at least 30-minute delays and allow extra travel time for daytime lane closures on northbound and southbound Highway 89A near Jerome while vegetation removal is underway through Thursday, May 6.
Kick off the mountain festival season surrounded by thousands of original works of art and unique fine crafts, including sculptures, paintings, pottery, photography, fiber art, jewelry and much more at the Mother’s Day Fine Art & Chocolate Festival.
Bradshaw Mountain High School Class of 2021 celebrated prom Saturday night, May 1, in the Prescott Valley school's outdoor courtyard.
Former Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher’s vision for a Yavapai County Fallen Officers Memorial became a reality on Saturday, May 1, as at least 500 people gathered for an unveiling ceremony at the courthouse plaza in downtown Prescott.
We are all so familiar that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic uncertainty to many individuals, families and businesses, both locally and around the world.
The Prescott National Forest will open the following recreation sites starting on Saturday, May 1...
Arizona is prepared to lose about one-fifth of the water the state gets from the Colorado River in what could be the first federally declared shortage in the river that supplies millions of people in the U.S. West and Mexico.
Officers and detectives with two quad-city police departments located and arrested Paulden resident Brandon Evans for allegedly stealing $150 worth of lottery tickets from a Highway 69 convenience store in Prescott Valley back in March, according to a news release Wednesday afternoon.
Prescott National Forest officials announced in a news release April 23 that they are making dead and downed fuelwood available to the public for pickup at two new collection areas near Prescott after having completed two, large hand-thinning contracts.
A 34-year-old Prescott Valley woman attempted to distract police by making a false report to make a quick getaway, but her efforts failed as she was arrested for drug possession, according to a Prescott Valley Police news release Wednesday afternoon.
Prescott Valley Police Chief Steve Roser has been put on paid administrative leave pending a personnel investigation into allegations that he violated town policies and procedures, a town news release reported on Tuesday morning.
The drug abuse epidemic in Yavapai County is real — and illicit fentanyl is clearly a culprit.
Installation of the new traffic signals at the Glassford Hill Road-Spouse Drive intersection were completed on April 22, and those signals are now fully operational.
Congratulations to Marcos from Liberty Traditional School for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week!
Every year at Churchill Downs, the Kentucky Derby takes place on the first Sunday in May, capping a two-week-long festival known as the Kentucky Derby Festival.