Three captains and a battalion chief with Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA), which serves Prescott Valley and Chino Valley among several other nearby areas in Yavapai County, made a compelling case this past week about the need for improved ambulance service.
Total Wine & More will celebrate its grand opening at 9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, at the Frontier Village shopping center, 1841 E. Highway 69, Suite 118, in Prescott.
The Prescott Valley Public Works Department has scheduled the beginning of the second and final phase of construction for the Viewpoint Drive Connector Project in January, town officials announced this past week.
Making its first 4A state tournament quarterfinals appearance since 2007 on Friday night, Nov. 26, the Prescott football team looked to make history against top-seeded Poston Butte in San Tan Valley.
Holiday shoppers on Black Friday, Nov. 26, slowly but surely returned to Prescott’s downtown businesses and big-box retailers a year after the COVID-19 pandemic kept many of them home.
Prescott Resort and Conference Center’s 29th annual Gingerbread Village opened Nov. 27 next to the resort’s lobby at 1500 E. Highway 69 in Prescott.
The Town of Prescott Valley and the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce are again working together to play host to their annual series of Christmas holiday events from Thursday, Nov. 25, through early January.
Dignity Health-Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Robert Altmanshofer knew that someday he wanted to work in the medical field after an X-ray and a subsequent surgery he received in 2011 saved his life.
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Nov. 18 agreed to a licensing agreement with a local nonprofit to operate a proposed youth sports complex in the Exhibition Center northwest of Arizona Downs horse-racing track, 10501 E. Highway 89A, for at least five years.
At its final public comment session before Thanksgiving, the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) Nov. 20 in Prescott Valley heard split opinions from several dozen residents in Yavapai County about its latest state legislative and Congressional district draft maps.
A renovation of the Prescott Valley Public Library’s exterior took a considerable step forward on Nov. 18 when the Town Council approved a $300,255 contract with a Phoenix-based architect to design the upgrades and manage construction.
Stepping Stones Agencies, a longtime advocacy organization for abused adults and children in west Yavapai County, recently closed its Prescott thrift store in Park Plaza on Goodwin Street and moved all of its retail operations to 2651 N. Industrial Way, Suite A, in Prescott Valley.
Prescott Valley Assistant Town Manager Cutter Chamberlain said earlier this month that the town’s Economic Development Division is reaching out to grocers to gauge their interest in bringing another grocery store to the town.
The new Prescott Valley Kiwanis Club, which recently became a charter member, is conducting a shoe drive for its first major fundraiser as a nonprofit.
Gallery Beyond Words, 204 N. McCormick St., near downtown Prescott, will reopen Wednesday, Nov. 17, when owner and artist Annie Alexander presents “Silent Light,” her self-described trans-dimensional sculpture exhibit.
Bradshaw Mountain’s football team clinched its first 4A state tournament berth since 2018 on Friday night, Nov. 12, after dispatching Mica Mountain, 36-7, at a chilly Bob Pavlich Field in Prescott Valley.
The Town of Prescott Valley on Tuesday began pre-chip seal maintenance on Manley and Lone Cactus drives, which is scheduled to continue through Friday, Nov. 12.
Construction on the new Main Street Theatre north of Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley has made steady strides this fall as the performing arts and children’s theatre anticipates its grand opening in early 2022.
With all of the marbles laid out in front of it as the 2021 regular season winds down, Bradshaw Mountain played like a possessed, determined football team against archrival Prescott on a pleasant Friday night, Nov. 5, at Bill Shepard Field.
Prescott hosts cross-town rivals Bradshaw Mountain in a tussle for the Esse Quam Videri trophy on Friday night.
The Prescott Valley Town Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission will meet for a joint work study session about the latest draft of the town’s 2035 General Plan at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4.
Prescott Valley Town Council members on Oct. 29 unanimously approved a new 2021 Strategic Plan document, one that outlines the town government’s commitment, mission, values and focus areas for the municipality moving forward.
Bradshaw Mountain football’s seemingly unshakeable defense could not be peaking at a better time of the 2021 season.
Town of Prescott Valley officials this week are reminding drivers to watch for construction crews working on the Glassford Hill Road Rejuvenation Oil Seal Project, which includes sealing on Glassford from Florentine Road to Highway 89A.
A vacant parcel on the north side of the Prescott Valley Entertainment District is being primed for a considerable apartment, mixed-use retail, restaurant, and parking garage project across from Findlay Toyota Center.
The Jasper subdivision west of Glassford Hill Road and the Granville subdivision in northwest Prescott Valley will eventually be getting a secondary, north-south access road.
When Chino Valley resident Cindy Harding first laid eyes on a young horse named HD Jefferson two years ago in far northeastern New York State, her gut told her that this was not any ordinary animal.
The new, larger Maverik gas station and convenience store at 1341 N. Prescott Country Club Blvd. near the intersection of Highway 69 and Fain Road in Prescott Valley is scheduled to open in mid-December, Maverick Communications Director Michelle Monson confirmed this past week.
While it’s true that the Prescott football team entered its home game against Mesquite on Friday night, Oct. 22, with a higher ranking in 4A, it became apparent early on that the Wildcats are the two-time defending state champion for a reason.
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, Oct. 14, approved spending $4.6 million of the town’s estimated $7.6 million in American Rescue Plan Act dollars on six specific projects, including $2.4 million for Florentine Road upgrades and $1.2 million for its Smart Water Meter Program.
A bye week and fall break may not have helped the 4A #22-ranked Bradshaw Mountain football team.
On Oct. 11, the Tropical Smoothie Café chain opened a shop at 7850 E. Florentine Road in Prescott Valley.
A revival is coming soon to the longtime Show Business Video Library on West Goodwin Street in downtown Prescott, thanks to a hand up from a local pastor and his congregants.
In 2015, the Town of Prescott Valley partnered with the Yavapai County Flood Control District (YCFCD) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to update and remap sections of the historical floodplain in the heart of town.
Over the past six-plus months, the all-volunteer Prescott Valley Illegal Fentanyl Working Group has accomplished at least a handful of goals in its effort to prevent synthetic opioids and other lethal drugs from infiltrating the community.
Friday night, Oct. 8, marked the beginning of the toughest stretch of the 2021 regular season for the Chino Valley football team.
Prescott Valley officials have started seeking comments from residents regarding the process for formulating the town’s 2035 General Plan, which helps steer Town Council decisions on growth and services.
The County Seat restaurant, 120 W. Gurley St. in downtown Prescott, recently began a six-part, farm-to-table dinner series to help foster community relations, support the Prescott Farmers Market and spotlight talented local chefs.
At the midway point of the 2021 season, the Bradshaw Mountain football team is finally above .500 in the win-loss column – but it took a wild, back-and-forth shootout to get it done.
With a 4-3 vote on Thursday, Sept. 23, the Prescott Valley Town Council narrowly approved the town’s $3 million purchase of the Coors Event Center property north of the Arizona Downs horse-racing complex off of Highway 89A.
A proposed Fain Signature Group development preliminarily designed for more than 2,000 homes has concerned several dozen residents in the adjacent Quailwood Meadows subdivision in Prescott Valley.
On Sept. 22 at Antelope Hills Golf Course, Prescott’s girls golf team posted its fourth win of the 2021 fall season after beating Saguaro by 10 strokes and Bradshaw by 32 strokes.
On Sunday, Oct. 24, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will begin requiring callers in Arizona to use 10-digit dialing for all calls on their phones.
In late October, Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) at 1003 Willow Creek Road in Prescott plans to begin opening its new Outpatient Services Building West in stages, hospital officials announced in a news release Sept. 16.
Former Prescott Valley Mayor Harvey Skoog, the kind, beloved and longest-serving mayor in the municipality’s 44-year history, died at home on Wednesday, Sept. 22, town officials confirmed.
The process for implementing a phased micro-transit plan in Prescott Valley using federal money is moving forward after Town Council approved the plan in January, town officials reported this past week.
On Sept. 13, a unique Jamba and Cinnabon joint location opened at the Depot Marketplace inside the former Starbucks, 351 N. Montezuma St., Suite A.
Trailing defending 4A state runner-up Cactus 14-7 at halftime on Friday night, Sept. 17, the Bradshaw Mountain football team thought it at least had a chance to hang with the Cobras.
More Dewey-Humboldt residents are speaking out about wanting a grocery store in town, a topic that came up at the Town Council’s latest study session on Sept. 14.
City of Prescott officials in the Planning Department are considering revisions to the municipality’s Land Development Code, changes which could potentially improve business and housing.