As water conservation concerns grow in the Prescott Active Management Area, the Prescott Valley Water System on Feb. 25 received approval to install computer software upgrades that will allow its more than 21,500 customers to track their water usage in real-time.
The properties go by the nondescript names of 20-001 and 20-002, but the Town of Prescott Valley sees value in both and officials would like to have a say in their future.
Citing an effort “to protect public health, safety, and welfare,” the Prescott Valley Town Council on Feb. 25 unanimously approved an ordinance prohibiting retail sales of recreational marijuana and marijuana-testing complexes in town as allowed under state law.
You may remember in early 2020 that Thai House Café, 230 N. Cortez St. in downtown Prescott, had reopened after temporarily closing its doors.
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Yavapai College Director Jeri Denniston said this past week that the Biden administration’s recent changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) allow small businesses with less than 20 employees to apply more easily.
Nipping at Coconino’s heels for first place in the Grand Canyon region with five league games left on the 2021 winter schedule entering Tuesday, Bradshaw Mountain’s boys basketball team didn’t get caught looking ahead.
Safety for students who walk and ride their bikes to Coyote Springs Elementary School, 6625 N. Cattletrack Road, should improve considerably later this year if the Prescott Valley Town Council agrees this week to a construction contract for pedestrian improvements nearby.
Potable water capacity in the Mingus West and former Yavapai County Fairgrounds area in northeast Prescott Valley would expand significantly if the town agrees to buy the so-called Monks Well from Fain Land and Cattle Co. this week.
Former Dewey-Humboldt Interim Town Manager Jim Thomas late last week was one of two finalists interviewed for the vacant city manager position in Alliance, Nebraska, but Thomas may not know his fate until this week.
The City of Prescott, the Town of Chino Valley and the Town of Prescott Valley may take slightly different approaches regarding who in their operations handles economic development, but the goals are often the same.
Less than two months into his new role as the Town of Prescott Valley’s economic development coordinator, Cutter Chamberlain has been busy trying to attract more retailers to town, particularly another grocer.
Since 1974, Iron Springs Café had served Southern-style, Cajun and Mexican dishes, as well as brunch, in a former train depot at 1501 Iron Springs Road in Prescott.
The first meeting of the Prescott Valley Illegal Fentanyl Working Group on Feb. 10 brought together more than 25 community stakeholders in a virtual format to begin determining how to help adolescents and teens avoid becoming victims of the deadly synthetic opioid.
Prescott Valley Town Council on Feb. 11 unanimously approved the final development plan for the proposed 60,000-square-foot Espire Sports Complex at the northeast corner of Lake Valley and Florentine roads, although it appears that the site for the complex could change.
Former Dewey-Humboldt Interim Town Manager Jim Thomas is one of two finalists to become the city manager of Alliance, Nebraska, the Star Herald newspaper of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, reported on Feb. 15.
New Prescott Frontier Days General Manager Jim Dewey Brown came here from tiny Socorro, New Mexico, but he has strong ties to professional rodeo and Yavapai County that made him the right fit for the job.
As the Prescott Chamber of Commerce confronted how to help its members withstand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and beyond, President and CEO Sheri Heiney learned what it meant to adjust during a crisis.
Archer’s Bikes, an electric bike and pedal bike dealer, conducted a soft opening in early February and is now fully operational at 5672 E. Highway 69 in the Prescott Valley Crossroads shopping center.
With MATForce’s guidance, Prescott Valley’s Fentanyl Working Group conducted its inaugural meeting Wednesday to discuss how the town can combat the deadly synthetic opioid, particularly among adolescents, teens and young adults.
Former Yavapai College star goalkeeper Andre Luciano was named the Roughriders men’s soccer program’s new head coach on Wednesday, Feb. 10, officially taking the reins from coaching legend Mike Pantalione, who retired in January.
With MATForce’s guidance, Prescott Valley’s Fentanyl Working Group will conduct its inaugural meeting at 4 p.m. today, Feb. 10, to discuss how the town can combat the deadly synthetic opioid, particularly among adolescents, teens and young adults.
Despite being contracted through a third party with the Town of Dewey-Humboldt, Interim Town Manager Jim Thomas was removed by Town Council on Feb. 2, effective immediately and without cause, after working less than 90 days.
In an effort to streamline the process for food-truck vendor licensing, the Town of Prescott Valley wants to make it easier for those vendors to operate in Prescott Valley.
Prescott welcomed another brewer late this past month when Phoenix-based Wren House Brewery received a microbrewery liquor license to produce its craft beers at 6396 Lear Lane, east of Prescott Regional Airport.
Bradshaw Mountain’s wrestling team on Wednesday rallied from a 33-0 deficit, tallying 44 unanswered points to defeat unbeaten Show Low, 44-33, at Gary Kunow Gym in Prescott Valley.
In a controversial move, the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council on Tuesday, Feb. 2, voted 4-3 to fire Interim Town Manager Jim Thomas, effectively immediately and without cause, after he had worked fewer than 90 days.
The Prescott Valley Town Council agreed to two significant road projects on Jan. 28, awarding separate contracts to a Prescott-based contractor for widening parts of Pronghorn Ranch Parkway/Viewpoint Drive, and for widening and installing new traffic signals at the Glassford Hill Road-Spouse Drive intersection.
Prescott Valley Town Council on Jan. 28 unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the YMCA, which allows for the exploration of fundraising, design, construction and operation for a proposed new Y complex north of the Civic Center.
As the state of Arizona was approving licenses for recreational marijuana dispensaries this past month, the Town of Prescott Valley was moving forward with placing restrictions on where rec marijuana may be used and sold within the town’s corporate limits.
For the second straight year, the Whiskey Off-Road endurance mountain biking event in Prescott has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, City of Prescott officials announced in a news release.
Danny B’s Fish Shack, a popular fresh-seafood restaurant at 501 N. Highway 89, Chino Valley, has quickly gained traction with its second location in Prescott Valley.
If you have lost your job during the pandemic or you think that you’re not a good fit for the position you’re in currently, now may be a good time to make a career change.
The Prescott Valley Town Council plans to vote today, Jan. 28, on whether to accept a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the YMCA, which would give the green light for the Y to explore possible financing, design, construction and operation for a new Y complex in town.
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.
Prescott Valley Town Council on Jan. 14 agreed to a request from Fain Signature Group to rezone the proposed Creekside Villas near Dewey for a planned area development (PAD) there.
For the six seniors on the 2020-2021 Bradshaw Mountain boys basketball team who have been with the program since their freshman year, simply being able to play this season is a thrill in itself.
Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball coach Rick Haltom describes the past five months amid the COVID-19 pandemic as “a whirlwind” for his 2020-2021 varsity team. And for good reason.
Three-plus years ago, Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) received a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) grant to help restaurants and other food establishments in the county improve their compliance with the FDA Food Code.
The southwest corner of South Montezuma and West Carleton streets near downtown Prescott is getting a facelift.
The iconic Mike Pantalione-Hugh Bell coaching era for the Yavapai College men’s soccer team officially ended on Jan. 15, but it will long be remembered in the annals of Prescott’s sports history.