Prescott boys soccer has rarely spent time playing from behind this season but when Buckeye had them on the ropes during their non-region bout on Wednesday, Feb. 24, the Badgers demonstrated perfectly how the No. 1-ranked team in the 4A conference responds to adversity.
At approximately 5:40 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, fire crews responded to and then swiftly put out a fire that was inside a back bedroom of a Prescott home on Merritt Street near K’s Lighting, Prescott Fire Department division chief Scott Luedeman told The Daily Courier.
Rodeo and horse lovers in the quad-city area were gifted with a pleasant treat on Saturday, Feb. 20, as Olsen’s Grain held the February Jackpot at its arena, which was its first equestrian event of 2021.
Chino Valley Town Council held a special study session on Tuesday, Feb. 16, to discuss amending the Town of Chino Valley Unified Development Ordinance, Chapter 154, by adding the definition and regulations of a metal storage container.
During the same Feb. 8 meeting in which the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board approved the return of full in-person instruction, members also approved the Promoting At-risk Senior Success (PASS) program for high school seniors.
Through the first three quarters, Prescott boys basketball was steadily winning the battle against Coconino on Monday night, Feb. 22, and if this were a game of hockey, the No. 14 Badgers would’ve bagged a statement win against the No. 3-ranked team in the 4A conference.
After defeating Bradshaw Mountain earlier this year and then Prescott on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at home, Chino Valley wrestling will get to keep the Legler Cup for the third consecutive year.
Brandon Fischer of Prescott Valley was a bona fide star during his time on the Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer team.
Without question, the relationship between Arizona and off-roading vehicles runs deep. The state’s rugged, arid and bumpy terrains present quite the challenge for people who are looking to put their own off-roading vehicle to the test.
Marijuana was the hot topic at the Chino Valley town council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9, as the council approved a two-year extension of the protective development right (PDR) for Chino Valley Farms to continue the development of its site for the cultivation of medical marijuana.