At Mountain View Elementary School in the Humboldt Unified School District last year, students were treated to an array of health and wellness efforts aimed at helping them make good food choices, exercise, and connect with the environment through nature and gardening projects.
Driving home the other evening, reaching closer to my driveway, I noticed what I thought was a wayward haboob monsoon dust cloud that had lost its way.
For the 2020 primary election on Aug. 4, the Prescott Valley Town Council will fill four of its six seats, excluding Mayor Kell Palguta, whose term runs through August 2022.
With some $5.3 million in CARES Act money available from the feds for Prescott Valley, the Town Council on June 11 accepted the money to pay for the regular salary and benefits of the town’s public safety employees.
After months of debate on what a COVID-19 era graduation ceremony might look like for Bradshaw Mountain High School, the plans are now cemented for a June 24 parade procession and diploma celebration with a photo booth and live radio broadcast.
OK Listen, for some time now, I’ve sought that huge financial windfall that would put me in the chips. I’ve run at least two columns promoting myself for a multi-million-dollar contract to be a national spokesman for whatever product or service.
Blueberries are tiny powerhouses of nutrition and eating more of them can be an easy way to get the antioxidants necessary to fend off many different diseases.
The Town of Prescott Valley is starting construction on a new, 3-million-gallon concrete water-storage tank on Glassford Hill.
Fun was had by all at the 2020 Woofstock and Adopt-A-Thon on Saturday, June 13, at the Civic Center Amphitheater in Prescott Valley.
Fireworks, a live band, food and a beer truck are being planned for the Town of Prescott Valley’s annual Fourth of July celebration at Mountain Valley Park, Mayor Kell Palguta has announced.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) recently provided several safety and security measures that residents can take to protect their house while traveling away from home.
This month the Prescott Valley Police Department will resume its Coffee With a Cop opportunity for the residents of the community to interact with police personnel in a casual, non-threatening environment.
A few weeks back we had a column on pavers and here is the follow-up: Should pavers be sealed? “Do I need to seal my pavers?” The short answer is yes.
A two-vehicle crash took place at the intersection of Navajo Drive and Highway 69 in Prescott Valley on Friday evening, June 12, tying up traffic.
The burning question in the Humboldt Unified School District is the same one flaming up all over the nation. What’s going to happen come Aug. 3 – the district’s scheduled first day of school.
At approximately 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, police received reports of multiple shots fired in the 4200 block of North Papago Lane in the Town of Prescott Valley. One of the bullets struck a residence. No one was injured.
Humboldt Unified School District is not expecting it will need a new school in the immediate future.
At 8 p.m. Friday, June 12, a presentation of the Disney animated film “Frozen II” kicks off the Town of Prescott Valley’s “Movies Under the Stars” summer series on the grass at Mountain Valley Park Amphitheater, 8600 E. Nace Lane.
Celebrations amid COVID-19 have proved a challenge for community leaders.
A GoFundMe account has been set up for two surviving sons of Amanda Colvin, 35, who was among four people who died in a head-on collision May 31 on Highway 169 near Dewey-Humboldt.
Limited public transit in Prescott Valley and Prescott might have a shot if their council members can agree to accept $3.6 million in federal funding from the CARES Act, which wouldn’t require matching dollars to pay for a new system for the first three years.
As Prescott Valley’s population continues to grow over the next 15 years, the town’s Parks and Recreation Department is considering how much space it will need to accommodate the recreational needs of youth and adults.
The Prescott National Forest will be lifting the closure order on the bald eagle nesting area along the Verde River, south of Camp Verde on Wednesday, June 10
Need a fishing fix for those times when you can’t get to the water? Join the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s new Fish AZ Facebook group.