Four athletes from Chino Valley High School signed their letters of intent to continue their athletic and academic careers at the college level during a signing day event on Tuesday, May 11.
As residents of the greater Prescott area gaze upon a star-riddled night sky, it’s likely they’ll catch a quick glimpse of a meteorite streaking down toward the horizon.
Prescott Fire Department (PFD), assisted by Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority and other first-responder units, promptly put out a fire that erupted inside a commercial building near the Prescott Regional Airport on Monday, May 10.
During a regular meeting on Tuesday, May 4, the Chino Valley Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed four rezoning items, including three that deal with subdividing property, and ultimately forwarded them to the town council.
Chino Valley will be well represented in the race to be named a 2021 Arizona Association FFA state officer as two students from the Chino Valley High School FFA program have been elected as candidates.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) is working in conjunction with the Bureau of Land Management and the US Forest Service on the response to the Tussock fire, which is burning to the southwest of Crown King, according to a news release.
Fire agencies managed to extinguish a fire inside a Chino Valley home and also saved the family dog that was stuck inside on Monday night, May 3, according to a post on the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority’s (CAFMA) Facebook page.
Spring cleaning is in full swing and the Town of Chino Valley did its part by hosting a free Community Cleanup and Dump Day event in which residents collected trash or unwanted items and disposed of them in containers at the Chino Valley Community Center parking lot on Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8.
No. 8 Prescott Softball hosted No. 9 Poston Butte in the first round of state playoffs on Saturday, May 8, but it sure seemed like they hosted the No. 1 seed as the Broncos put on a clinic on both sides of the ball to trounce the Badgers 12-2 and end their season.
At approximately 8:43 a.m. Wednesday, May 5, the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) responded to a single-vehicle roller accident after the driver reportedly fell asleep at the wheel in Prescott Valley, according to a post on PVPD’s Facebook page.