Hope is an action word, most poignant when all seems lost and impossible to achieve.
It’s almost that time of year again — the time for spring cleaning in Prescott Valley.
Finding and Making the Good recently recognized Real Hope, a nonprofit all-volunteer group in Prescott Valley whose focus is providing food assistance to those in need.
According to the FTC, information in your credit report affects your credit score.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) is hosting its first-ever Yavapai County Fallen Officer Memorial Ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 1, on the Yavapai County Courthouse plaza — north side.
Taking a new slap at President Joe Biden’s administration, Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday, April 8, he is prepared to send the Arizona National Guard to the border — even if it means at state expense.
Tom and Carol Ann Liaboe (Bussey) were married at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Garden Grove, California, on April 17, 1971.
Prescott Valley Republican Women were honored to receive their charter from the National Federation of Republican Women at the monthly meeting on April 6.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) invites residents to participate in Coffee with a Cop at IHOP, 3000 N. Glassford Hill Road, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 13.
Yavapai County Community Health Services announced Friday, April 9, that the large COVID-19 vaccination points of dispensing (PODs) will likely wrap up in the month of May, differing to smaller locations to meet public demand, according to a news release.
April, a lovely month usually associated with Easter and Tax Day. Easter has passed having been the first Sunday in April this year, and for Federal tax filing the deadline has been extended to May 17.
Arizona senators are moving to let residents of homeowner associations display flags honoring first responders regardless of what their governing board says.
Arizonans who can’t pay their traffic fines won’t end up having to walk.
Indeed, I do love my readers. I just want you to all know how I enjoy and appreciate hearing from you via phone calls, emails and lovely notes.
Friday Night Barn Dance and Dinner returns to Mortimer Farms, located at 12907 Highway 169, Dewey-Humboldt, starting May 7, from 6 to 10 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and treats to the Town of Prescott Valley’s free outdoor “Movies under the Stars: Calling All Superheroes Summer Series,” at 8 p.m. Fridays from May 28 through July 2, the town reported on Facebook this week.
During Prescott Valley Days, get ready to laugh during the annual event’s new Comedy Night event at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 8, on the main stage of the Entertainment District.
The Humboldt Education Foundation (HEF) will play host to its 2021 Teacher of the Year banquet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 4, at Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley with physical-distancing and health-and-safety protocols in effect.
Calling all superheroes, Marvel comic characters, prince and princesses, lords and ladies – the Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club is now accepting parade entry applications for the 43rd annual Prescott Valley Days “A Festival of Fantasy” parade at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 8, a news release stated.
Slow-cooked foods seem tailor-made when the mercury is low. Stews, soups and casseroles can simmer and gain great flavor through slow-cooking methods.
Three concerned citizens said this past week that they have filed petition signatures with the Yavapai County Elections Department to recall Dewey-Humboldt’s vice mayor and two of its Town Council members.
Earl Goodwin, the Town of Dewey-Humboldt’s first elected mayor, died on March 2, leaving behind his wife of 40 years, Sandra, and immediate family including his sister, Sue; and children, Barbara and Robert; eight grandchildren; and two great grandchildren, the town’s website reported.
Congratulations to Shelby from Granville Elementary School for being this week’s Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) Student of the Week!
We are celebrating our 25th year for the “Team Up to Clean Up” program sponsored by the Chamber and the Town of Prescott Valley.
Five-year-old Jackson Crouse in Prescott Valley can expect the Tooth Fairy to leave one to three crisp, green George Washington bills under his pillow depending on what tooth he loses; he already lost his first one.