Sparklight, a division of Cable One, plans to eventually transition all of its cable TV customers onto its new internet TV service, which will impact the Phoenix-based company’s subscribers in the Quad Cities.
Even as Jeanne Antonius stood behind a glass counter selling items to customers on the final day of business at Merchandise Mart Antique Mall Monday morning, she could not believe this was the end of the road.
On the heels of this summer’s Yavapai College’s Concerts on the Green, Prescott Valley’s Parks, Arts & Recreation Commission has kicked off its annual Music on the Green series, which showcases five live acts at the Civic Center amphitheater, 7501 E. Skoog Blvd.
Prescott Valley-based developer Fain Signature Group has broken ground on Legado, a 329-unit apartment and commercial project scheduled to open in 2024 on the southeast side of the Florentine-Glassford Hill roads intersection.
Tax accountant Theresa (Ebarb) Brennan, who owns Prescott-based 3Twenty-Seven Accounting Services, said she plans to reopen her business at its original location, 1456 W. Gurley St., likely by early September.
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council this week directed staffers to form a local steering committee for determining next steps for Phase 2 of revising the town’s General Plan, which dates to 2009.
Certified herbalist Jessica Ziemann, who specializes in women’s and children’s health, is celebrating the grand opening of Memaw’s Wild Herbs on Saturday and Sunday, July 16-17, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 9800 E. Lakeshore Drive in Prescott Valley.
With weather forecasts in the Quad Cities calling for more monsoon thunderstorm-driven rains in the coming weeks, Yavapai County and Prescott National Forest officials lifted their fire restrictions starting at 8 a.m. Friday, July 15.
Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta is running unopposed in the Primary Election Tuesday, Aug. 2, but three candidates are vying for two seats on the Town Council, including incumbent Kendall Schumacher, candidate Michael Greer and write-in candidate Lucy Leyva.
The head of the Prescott Consolidated Justice/City Court is the justice of the peace/city magistrate, which makes judgments or decisions about violations of state law and Yavapai County code in the county’s Prescott Precinct.
The Northern Arizona Wranglers took care of business on Saturday night, July 9, blistering the Bismarck Bucks, 46-21, to complete an unbeaten regular season at home.
Touchmark at The Ranch retirement community, 3180 Touchmark Blvd., on June 28 celebrated the grand opening of its new Terrace Lodge, a residential memory-care complex in east Prescott.
Hundreds gathered at Findlay Toyota Center on Wednesday, July 6, to honor the life of Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) Sgt. Rick “RLo” Lopez, an everyday hero who was shot in the line of duty in Cordes Lakes June 28 and died that night at a Phoenix hospital.
Tie-down roper and team roper Seth Hall of Albuquerque, New Mexico, won his second All-Around buckle in the past four years at the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo on Monday, July 4, at the Rodeo Grounds.
Justin Rumford is a genuine guy with a down-to-earth personality and an enduring charm to boot.
During the past week, rumors have been swirling about what is happening at the Prescott Brewing Company (PBC), which has been a popular restaurant and brewery at Bashford Courts in downtown Prescott since 1994.
For about two decades, Peewee Buntin of Paulden competed with his sons in the wild-horse race, winning prestigious pro-rodeo buckles with them and enjoying the rough-and-tumble event’s camaraderie.
Born and raised in Prescott, Dan Baker left the city for several years to pursue his rodeo dreams, and yet the magnetic pull of the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo eventually drew him back.
As a steady monsoon rain fell before the opening performance of the 135th annual Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Tuesday night, June 28, Mark Russell of Championship Pro Rodeo was busy tending to the halters and flanks of the 28 bucking horses in his care.
Are you ready to rodeo?
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, June 23, unanimously approved a $142.8 million final budget for fiscal year 2022-23, which estimates that the town will generate about $57.7 million in general fund revenues in 2023.
Desert Financial Credit Union, which opened its first branch in Yavapai County on Sept. 7, 2021, at the Prescott Valley Fry’s grocery store, is expanding in the Quad Cities by building a new branch in north Prescott.
A revolutionary method for producing an environmentally-sustainable cement for concrete has arrived, and a prime example of the natural materials processed for it are located at a new plant 22 miles west of Prescott near Skull Valley.
Do you own a home in Prescott Valley and want to sell? If you do, the value of your home has likely increased, but rising interest rates could lower demand in the coming months.
Election interference, school choice and the border wall were only a few of the myriad topics discussed at the Yavapai County Republican Committee’s Arizona Congressional District 2 (CD2) primary-election candidate debate June 18 at the Adult Center of Prescott.
Although progress had stalled on opening the new Dunkin’ at 1020 Willow Creek Road, west of Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) in Prescott, the shop plans to open within the next 30 days, most likely in July.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday, June 15, approved preliminary state funding for a high-tech emergency alert system that county law-enforcement officers could use to respond faster to a school with an active shooter on campus.
Prescott City Council on Tuesday approved the city’s $281.2 million fiscal year 2023 tentative budget, although the budget’s contingency fund amount could change before a vote on the final budget June 28.
Prescott Area Association of Realtors (PAAR) President Elect Faye Humphrey, a veteran real-estate broker, said rising prices for rental homes and apartments are of particular concern in the marketplace in summer 2022, particularly as 8% inflation takes its toll on average families’ pocketbooks.
The Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s (PAC) “Concerts on the Green” series began June 5 at the Prescott Valley Civic Center amphitheater, 7501 E. Skoog Blvd., and will continue with four more dates in June and July.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors (BOS) at its meeting Wednesday will consider approving a $647,048 grant for building a pharmacy at the county’s Community Health Center, 1090 Commerce Drive in Prescott.
The Quad Cities closed the same number of homes in May as they did this time last year, although the median sales price reflected a 15% increase from 2021 to 2022, the Prescott Area Association of Realtors (PAAR) reported this past week.
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, June 9, approved the final development plan for building a Five Guys restaurant and a Jersey Mike’s subs shop at the southeast corner of North Glassford Hill Road and Park Avenue in the Entertainment Center.
There is something special about a worst-to-first run for a team in any sport, and the Northern Arizona Wranglers are becoming familiar with its oh-so-sweet feeling – even if the 2022 regular season isn’t quite over yet.
The Prescott City Council will meet this week to finalize expenditures and balance the city’s $250 million fiscal year 2023 budget ahead of a vote on the final budget document June 28.
New Prescott Valley Police Chief Bob Ticer is not naïve about the challenges law enforcement faces in the 21st century, including in medium-sized cities and towns in Arizona.
Parkway Community Facilities District (CFD) No. 1 plans to increase ad valorem taxes on property owners in fiscal year 2022-23, provided Prescott Valley’s CFD Board approves those CFDs’ final budgets in late June.
High up in the ponderosa pines of the Prescott National Forest 12 miles southeast of Prescott lies the tiny community of Walker, where an all-volunteer fire department has stood watch for the past 55 years.
In the one-year anniversary of the Yavapai County Fallen Officer Memorial at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Prescott Wednesday, June 1, at least 50 people gathered to pay their respects to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Police Chief Bob Ticer, who came on board April 11, told the Prescott Valley Tribune in an hour-long question-and-answer session he wants to build on the department’s very strong foundation.
Prescott High School’s Class of 2022 sure has plenty of colorful characters. And why wouldn’t it?
Armadilla Wax Works is moving from its current candle shop in Prescott Valley to its former spot in Prescott, longtime owner/operators Denise Jenike and Kent Buttermann announced May 22.
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, May 26, approved the town’s $153.9 million fiscal year 2022-23 tentative budget, based on recommendations from Town Manager Gilbert Davidson and Finance Director Katie Pehl.
Bob Ticer represented the Prescott Valley Police Department’s fifth sworn chief in the past 11 years when he came aboard at PVPD’s headquarters, 7601 E. Skoog Blvd., on April 11.
Bradshaw Mountain High School’s (BMHS) Class of 2022 celebrated its graduation in a classy display of pomp and circumstance Thursday night, May 19, at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley.
For the past month or more, the Prescott Valley Wendy’s restaurant dining room at 3020 Glassford Hill Road has been closed for renovation while its drive-thru service remained operational.
The Crooks Fire’s black burn scar near Kamp Kipa off of Poland Junction Road 14 miles south of Prescott serves as a reminder of the urgency to protect the forest’s dwellers and its infrastructure in the 21st century.
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, May 12, unanimously agreed to an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with the City of Prescott and Yavapai County to buy State Trust Land parcels on Glassford Hill for open space and recreation.