Having made it through the initial recruitment process, the four finalists vying to take over as Prescott Valley Police Department’s chief are currently in the swings of a two-day interview process.
Taken together, the four applicants for the position of chief of police, Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD), embrace 108 years of public safety experience. Their backgrounds include prior experience as chief of police, acting chief of police and commander.
Capt. William Harry Thompson. Sgt. Mitch Wallace. Sgt. Tommy Jurgens. Eighteen years ago, these three New York Court Officers were among the first responders who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.
Kolby from Coyote Springs Elementary is this week’s Humboldt Unified School District Student of the Week. Kolby was nominated by his second-grade teacher, Mrs. Berry.
The first Healing Field event took place in 2003 in Sandy, Utah. Paul Swenson, president of Colonial Flag Foundation, planned the field as a way to visualize the magnitude of human loss from the terrorist attacks that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001.
When we moved here in 2009, growth in the tri-city area had almost come to a standstill due to the economic downturn.
Philip Hoffman, 80 of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away Sept. 5, 2019.
Residents have been offered a unique chance to meet four candidate finalists, who if selected, will be the next chief of police in Prescott Valley.
I enjoyed Senior News Editor Tim Wiederaenders’ column about the meter reader in his yard. Here’s my story. In the ’70s, I was in the Air Force in Clovis, New Mexico. I worked nights, and was a day sleeper.
Jonpaul Jamison, born Dec. 18, 1974, passed from this life on Aug. 23, 2019.
It looked shaky for Bradshaw Mountain’s football team in the second quarter of its 4A clash with Youngker on a hot Friday night, Sept. 6, in Buckeye.
In a majority vote, the Prescott Valley Town Council chose its newest member — Lori Moss Hunt — who brings with her 30 years of experience in government, most recently as community development director with Sacramento, Calif. Her term will run through December 2020.
During a discussion on a contract renewal of the CodeRED emergency notification system at the Sept. 4 Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, the question of what constitutes an emergency came up.
Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta congratulates Lori Moss Hunt on her selection to fill the vacant council seat through December 2020 following an interview process and vote at the Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, town council study session. Two other applicants were interviewed - Brenda Dickinson and Mary Williams.
The USA is a Constitutional Republic, not a democracy, protecting for all citizens certain inalienable rights.
After a nationwide search, Prescott Valley Town Manager Larry Tarkowski has announced four finalists for the position of Prescott Valley Police Chief. The top choice will fill the position opened when five-year Chief Bryan Jarrell retired earlier this summer.
For the past seven years, a field of 3,000 U.S. flags fluttering somberly in the breeze has portrayed the “sheer enormity” of the loss of Sept. 11.
Paul Woodson Hines, Jr., age 80, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on August 30, 2019, in Prescott Valley.
William Paul Egnatoff, of Dewey, Arizona, born January 25, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, passed away on August 30th, 2019 after a short battle with cancer.
Bobby Joe Bagwell, age 84, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on September 3rd, 2019, in Prescott, Arizona.
Multiple fire agencies helped extinguish a wildland fire near Chestnut Hill Ave in the upper Blue Hills area of Dewey midday Wednesday, Sept. 4.