Although there will be some restrictions, residents can now fly politically-themed flags in Prescott Valley year-round after the Town Council unanimously approved a controversial amendment to its sign code during its regular meeting March 12 at the Library Auditorium.
The Town of Prescott Valley is urging residents to support one another and not panic during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Many Irish dishes focus on simple, fresh ingredients that can be purchased close to home.
Congratulations to Bryaden Crain from Mountain View Elementary for being the HUSD Student of the Week.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) on March 16, 2020, received information from an intuitive citizen regarding a new phone scam plaguing the town’s residents.
On Monday evening, March 16, Mike Bowers, president and CEO of Harkins Theatres, released a message indicating that the company’s movie theatres would be closed for a time due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
The Town of Prescott Valley within the past week finished installing a crosswalk.
If you live in Prescott Valley, town officials are urging residents to support each other and stay calm in the event that the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic spreads to Yavapai County.
After Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued a decision on Sunday to shut down all schools statewide for two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) followed up on Monday by putting athletics on hold for two weeks as well.
Yavapai County may still have no recorded cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, but that might be because there is limited testing available in the fourth largest county in the state, according to county health officials.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is ensuring the safety and timely delivery of the U.S. food supply while protecting the health of USDA employees during this COVID-19 National Emergency.
A significant winter storm is expected to impact Northern Arizona Wednesday and Thursday, March 17 and 18. (Courtesy)
The Tri-City Speed Enforcement Task Force, funded by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, conducted special patrols this past Friday on Iron Springs Road to the Skull Valley cemetery and Williamson Valley Road to milepost No. 8.
The state’s top prosecutors says legislators may want to consider adopting laws to protect Arizona consumers from price gouging.
State lawmakers voted last Tuesday to require warning labels on medical marijuana and use proceeds from a new tax to study any link between the drug and schizophrenia or violent behavior.
Editor: I was hoping the experienced and mature population of Prescott, Arizona would be a model for community concern, caring, sharing and common well-being as the rest of the nation moves closer to complete panic.
In a joint effort, Prescott Unified School District superintendent Joe Howard and Humboldt Unified School District superintendent Dan Streeter announced on Saturday that both districts will suspend all school activates, including athletics, for the next two weeks due the coronavirus pandemic.
The Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board will have its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, March 17, at 6:30 p.m. at Coyote Springs Elementary School on North Cattletrack Road.
State lawmakers may finally be ready to rein in short-term rentals.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated Sunburst Patios LLC and its owners David and Jody Griego on their grand re-opening celebration!
Public school districts in Prescott and Prescott Valley will close for the next two weeks “to protect the safety and well-being of students and staff” because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) threats to the community.