Prescott Postmaster Brian Wade said Wednesday, Jan. 27, that his carriers and clerks are doing their best to catch up on delivering all mail to residents after the 10- to 20-inch snowstorm that pounded the Quad Cities on Monday and Tuesday.
Prescott Valley’s Public Works and Parks departments put two snowplow-truck crews to work from early Monday morning, when the storm started, through early Tuesday morning, covering separate 12-hour shifts to clear the town’s primary arterial roads and residential streets.
In a 4-3 vote on Jan. 19, the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council narrowly agreed to backtrack on a stringent ordinance that would have disallowed recreational marijuana dispensaries within town limits.
Espire Sports Center & RV Resort got a big boost this past week when the Prescott Valley Planning & Zoning Commission approved the final development plan for the project on 13.7 acres at the northeast corner of Florentine and Lake Valley roads.
In February, Phoenix-based Avista Senior Living will take over management of the Brookdale Senior Living community at 211 Bradshaw Drive, Prescott, Avista spokesperson Carsten Ellsworth confirmed this past week.
As small businesses continue to bear the brunt of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Serving the Pacific Southwest branches in Arizona and Southern California are encouraging business owners to follow five consumer trends to stem the tide in 2021.
If it weren’t for the hard-working group of athletes he has on his 26-player roster, Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer coach Steve Adame likely would have a much tougher time in his first year on the Bears’ sideline.
Bradshaw Mountain’s boys basketball team came out firing sharply from the floor to tip off the coronavirus-shortened 2020-21 campaign on Tuesday night, Jan. 19, cruising past area rival Prescott, 67-50, at Gary Kunow Gym in Prescott Valley.
Bradshaw Mountain’s boys basketball team came out firing sharply from the floor to tip off the coronavirus-shortened 2020-2021 campaign on Tuesday night, Jan. 19, cruising past area rival Prescott, 67-50, at Gary Kunow Gym in Prescott Valley.
Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, Jan. 14, agreed to accept $3.6 million in CARES Act funding for a small-scale public transit service.