In a tragic series of events, a man and woman died in connection to a single-vehicle rollover on Highway 69 near Mayer Thursday night, Feb. 13, according to officials.
Johnnie Mae Walker, age 90, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on February 8, 2020, in Prescott Valley.
Cynthia Lee Latham, age 60, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on February 13, 2020 in Prescott Valley.
Robert Benton Roby, age 88, of Dewey, Arizona, passed away on February 10, 2020 in Dewey.
Responding to the letter by Nancy Scharff regarding the PV flag issue. Firstly, Nancy Scharff, is an active member of Prescott Indivisible, a socialist Democrat local chapter of National Indivisible, whose slogan on their social media page is “Persist and Resist.”
There’s nothing quite like the smell of burning trash in the morning. Unfortunately, that was the case on Ramada Drive in Prescott Valley around 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13.
A few years ago, I read an article about porcelain pavers.
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter on Wednesday night, Feb. 12, agreed to the Yavapai College District Governing Board’s Feb. 11 decision to keep District 5 board member Steve Irwin’s seat vacant until the November election after Irwin resigns on April 1.
Prescott Unified School District Superintendent Joe Howard and his area colleagues are die-hard believers in the power of public education.
Betty H. Corn, age 91, of Prescott Valley, Arizona passed away on February 9, 2020.
The look of a 21st century classroom in the 10-school Humboldt Unified School District is likely far different than the one-room Humboldt schoolhouse that started it all more than a century ago.
In an attempt to clear things up, I would like to address two letters to the editor on Feb. 1.
James F. Dowd, age 70, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on February 6, 2020 in Prescott Valley.
Prescott Valley Town Council seemed willing to accelerate the momentum for community efforts to try and build a new YMCA during a short discussion at its study session on Feb. 6 in the Library Auditorium.
In front of a near-capacity crowd at the Prescott Valley Public Library Auditorium, the Planning & Zoning Commission on Monday, Feb. 10, approved a zoning ordinance amendment that would allow residents to fly flags with politicians’ names on them.
Prescott Valley Police Department officers invite residents to join them in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink free coffee at their next Coffee with a Cop event from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13.
Chocolate is often described as “decadent,” and rightfully so.
Congratulations to Austin from Coyote Springs Elementary for being the HUSD Student of the Week.
Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E. Skoog Blvd., will present an Author Talk with Mark Musick, who wrote “Howard Hughes: Madman, Genius, or Both?”, from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, in the First Floor Auditorium.
Prescott Valley Town Council members, Town Utilities and Public Works staff, along with CivilTech Engineering, recently toured the Town’s new water tank that stands south of the StoneRidge subdivision.
State lawmakers are making another bid to more than triple the amount that they now get for coming to the Capitol during the Legislative session.
Apartment complexes, townhomes, and sometimes even, living with grandpa and grandma, were a regular part of my childhood growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.