The Prescott Valley Public Works Department gave updates last week on three of its major roadway projects happening around town, including Sunset Lane, Glassford Hill Free Flow Right and the Viewpoint Connector.
During its meeting on Thursday, May 21, the Prescott Valley Town Council discussed and went over its budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year and saw a 10% shortfall overall, primarily due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s the aging, run-down but still-standing little stone building that every Chino Valley resident sees while traveling down Highway 89.
For someone like Robin Kerr — who has spent 26 years in animal care and a zookeeper at Sea World, Prescott’s Heritage Park Zoo and Out of Africa: Wildlife Park in Camp Verde — corralling loose and stray pigs to find them a permanent home should be a synch.
In its meeting on Tuesday, May 12, the Chino Valley Town Council went over how the town will go about the reopening of some businesses after Gov. Doug Ducey said his stay-at-home order will expire on May 15.
A slight sense of normalcy was in the air at the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, May 14, as it held a luncheon, which featured a facemask fashion show, for the first time in two months because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Chino Valley right-handed pitcher Thomas Bartels signed his letter of intent to continue his baseball career at Northwestern Oklahoma State University next spring.
Prescott’s Museum of Indigenous People (MIP), formally known as the Smoki Museum, is holding a coloring contest that was inspired by Hopi artist Abel Nash and his illustrations to help keep people busy during the coronavirus pandemic.