Prescott Valley Town Council on Oct. 21 approved an $85,080 contract with a Prescott-based firm to engineer the forthcoming Coyote Springs Elementary School Pedestrian Project on North Cattletrack Road.
At the urging of the Prescott Valley Arts and Culture Commission, Town Council on Oct. 22 agreed to hire local renowned artist Tom White to create a bronze sculpture setting at the Civic Center.
Although its approval came about quietly as a consent agenda item for Prescott Valley Town Council on Oct. 22, the town will acquire two parcels in the Granville subdivision for making eventual upgrades to Bronco Park and Santa Fe Station Park.
Thanks to the U.S. Marshal’s Service’s Violent Offender Task Force, the reward for the tipster offering the information leading to the arrest of wanted suspect Robert David Pearsall III now stands at $8,000.
Two people died in a small-plane crash in a remote area about 5.5 miles east-southeast of Cordes Lakes on Oct. 24, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) and Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) confirmed in a news release Monday afternoon.
Hilton Garden Inn Prescott Downtown, originally scheduled to open this month, plans to celebrate its grand opening on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, instead.
In an age when most Americans aren’t staying in one job for their entire career, Prescott postal carrier David Hyslip has defied a 21st century trend.
It may have felt awkward for Bradshaw Mountain football coach Bob Young to stand on the visitor’s sideline at Bright Field in Cottonwood on Friday night, Oct. 23.
Bradshaw Mountain heads over the hill to face Mingus in Cottonwood on Friday night.