Sheriff David Rhodes pleaded guilty on Thursday, Dec. 2, in federal court to operating a boat while under the influence of alcohol.
The Daily Courier’s Christmas lighting list and contest is on again — for the fourth consecutive year. This year, the contest is offering $1,000 cash for first place, $500 for second, and $250 for third.
The Town of Prescott Valley clerk’s office this past week announced the availability of mayoral and Town Council candidate packets for the 2022 election cycle.
When hosting friends and family at home, it’s understandable that hosts direct so much of their focus to the foods they plan to serve.
The spirit of the holidays is with us and what a merry time of year it is! I have been feeling the Christmas and holiday joy since September when I was cast in Yavapai College’s production of “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Arizona health officials are reporting 1,961 new COVID-19 cases and one new death. It’s the first time this month the daily new-case count has been under 2,000.
Two contracts totaling as much as $405,000, and another with an amount to be determined, are in the works to help Yavapai County departments deal with administering the county’s share of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money.
A University of Arizona distinguished professor and top public health adviser recommends Arizonans “stay the course” in response to the omicron variant that was discovered this past week in South Africa and now is spreading around the world.
Sunshine is a 3-year-old female Classic Orange tabby. Although it is rare to have a red female, there are exceptions to the rule.
Myra is a dark-orange girl and is going to be a delightful lap cat! She also is a purr machine and loves playing with her siblings.
Meet Ollie, an approximately 1-year-old Catahoula mix. Ollie came to the shelter as a stray but was never claimed. He is now looking for a new home.
The Town of Dewey-Humboldt is asking interested parties to provide arguments for and against Proposition 455, which would limit code enforcement of private property cleanup within town limits, before Wednesday, Dec. 8.
The Chamber of Commerce, CAFMA and Prescott Valley Police officials joined a hearty group of volunteers for the annual Turkey Drive at the Prescott Valley Fry’s Food and Drug store, 311 N. Glassford Hill Road.
‘Tis the season to be jolly — ‘Tis not the season to be a victim!
To prepare for the Festival of Lights at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, it took the Prescott Valley Public Works Department nearly two months to put up the holiday lights display at the Civic Center, which stretches from the Police Department building to the Public Library on Skoog Boulevard.
The Prescott Valley Public Works Department has scheduled the beginning of the second and final phase of construction for the Viewpoint Drive Connector Project in January, town officials announced this past week.
From the moment Nicholas Reyes took his first single-engine Cessna flight as a five-year-old boy, he said “I was hooked.”
Arizona health officials on Saturday reported 3,655 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and 47 more virus deaths.
The Forest Service is closing the Ladder’s bald eagle breeding area along the Verde River to the public on December 1, 2021. The closure is expected to last through June 30, 2022 when the bald eagle breeding season ends.
A first-term Arizona lawmaker wants to require that students have to study what he says is the “brutality’’ of communism before they can graduate.
The Prescott Valley Police Department, with the continued support of the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), partnered with the Prescott Valley Community Services Department to host their Halloween event, Haunting on the Green, on Oct. 29, 2021.
The Town of Prescott Valley announces the availability of candidate packets for the 2022 election cycle.
I was told by an HVAC company that we needed to install an ERV ventilation system in our home to maintain good air quality. What is wrong with my air quality and why do we need an ERV system? — Walt and Kathy, Prescott
From birth to age 5, a child’s brain grows faster than any other time in life! Arizona’s early childhood agency, First Things First, is committed to fostering the healthy development of every child in the state. 90% of brain growth happens before a child reaches kindergarten.