Trusted local news leader for Prescott area communities since 1882
Tue, Oct. 26

Prescott Valley Tribune

Tease photo

A group opposed to the tax cuts approved by the legislature that largely benefit the wealthy wants a judge to reject legal efforts to keep voters from having the last word.

Tease photo

It probably cost over three quarters of a million dollars to imprison serial rapist (50) and killer (10) Bobby Joe Long for 34 years.

October 14, 2021
Tease photo

YCCA has been receiving numerous phone calls asking about the amounts of deposits requested in construction and remodeling contracts. While there are no statutes or contractor regulations that deal with deposits, there are several things of which the homeowner should be aware.

By Sandy Griffis October 14, 2021
Tease photo

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding the suspect(s) involved in two large-scale thefts at the Blue Bell Mine site in Mayer.

October 14, 2021
Tease photo

Sasha Krause loved words. She loved learning and translating them into different languages. She loved reading them in nursery rhymes and assembling them into poetry.

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press October 14, 2021
Tease photo

Gary Lucchi, age 79, of Mayer, Arizona, passed away on Oct. 9, 2021 in Mayer.

October 12, 2021
Tease photo

My wife and I set out this past Sunday to find the Giant Alligator Juniper Tree in the famous Granite Mountain Hotshots pyramid photo.

By Jim Wright October 12, 2021
Tease photo

My heart is sad for the passing of Mayor Harvey Skoog. He was a special friend since I came to the Prescott Valley Chamber in 2006.

By MARNIE UHL, CEO of the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce October 12, 2021
Tease photo

The Town of Prescott Valley has hired a traffic engineering consultant, Lee Engineering, to examine how pedestrian mobility, including on sidewalks and crosswalks, can be improved in the community.

October 12, 2021
Tease photo
FEMA Floodplain Map revisions an ongoing process for Prescott Valley proper
Town engineers remapping historical floodplain to benefit residents who need flood insurance

In 2015, the Town of Prescott Valley partnered with the Yavapai County Flood Control District (YCFCD) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to update and remap sections of the historical floodplain in the heart of town.

By Doug Cook October 12, 2021
Tease photo
Illegal Fentanyl Working Group marks accomplishments as it eclipses 6-month mark
Drug prevention education program in Humboldt Unified School District’s schools among most significant

Over the past six-plus months, the all-volunteer Prescott Valley Illegal Fentanyl Working Group has accomplished at least a handful of goals in its effort to prevent synthetic opioids and other lethal drugs from infiltrating the community.

By Doug Cook October 12, 2021
Tease photo

Honestly, this recipe is the solution — and it is good for anytime as well. Cookies are a popular treat.

October 12, 2021
Tease photo

As I think about my father today, on his birthday, one of my fondest memories is of the time Dad and I went to the U.S. Open golf championship. It was 1978 at Cherry Hills in Denver. The pro to see was Jack Nicklaus.

By Tim Wiederaenders October 11, 2021
Tease photo

It’s still a work in progress. But an organization that studies the fairness of political redistricting plans nationwide likes some of what it sees developing in Arizona.

Tease photo

Most of us could benefit from a more balanced diet rich in fruits and veggies and, according to the dietary guidelines for Americans, there’s also room in our diets to choose lean beef more often.

October 11, 2021
Tease photo

MatForce, a primary prevention coalition focused on stopping youth drug use before it starts, has partnered again this year with local law enforcement agencies to host medication takeback events throughout Yavapai County.

October 7, 2021
Tease photo

“Well, it was a longer course and he did great,” Peoria resident Susan Kramer said shortly after crossing the finish line. “He did really amazing. We placed first for the horses.”

By Jesse Bertel October 11, 2021
Tease photo

“I’m sorry, I don’t know why I’m telling you all of this,” she says before continuing to tell me more stories about her 99-year-old dad over the phone. We talk about the farm he grew up on in the Midwest and what he did for work after World War 2, how he remarried after her mother passed away, and what life has been like for him since his second wife died.

Tease photo

Fred C. Huard was born June 19, 1936 and passed away on Sept. 30, 2021 in Dewey, Arizona.

October 9, 2021
Tease photo

Ronald P. Schroeder, age 75, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, was born in 1946 in Kimball, Nebraska and passed away on Oct. 1, 2021.

October 9, 2021
Tease photo

Edna C. Johnson was born Jan. 29, 1920 in Erie, Pennsylvania and passed away on Oct. 4, 2021, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

October 9, 2021
Tease photo
Ambulance response times, service up for debate again in Quad Cities
Is it COVID? Does LifeLine have enough units? CAFMA under investigation

When it comes to medical transport in the Quad Cities, there’s a high-stakes debate going on.

By Tim Wiederaenders October 7, 2021
Tease photo

Beginning on Jan. 1, 2022, the use fees for vendors on the Yavapai County Courthouse plaza will be going up — the first such increase in about two decades.

By Cindy Barks October 7, 2021
Tease photo

The Courier publishes Rants & Raves on Sundays from the prior week. And one did not sit well with several people.

October 7, 2021
Tease photo

A judge on Thursday said he’s not ready to cite the Arizona Senate and Karen Fann, its president, for contempt of court.

Event Calendar
Event Calendar link
Submit Event