Food — everyone needs it; not everyone has enough. World Food Day falls on Wednesday, Oct. 16, and celebrates the global progress made toward ending hunger worldwide, calling attention to the fact that one out of every nine people, or 11% of the global population, either have no food or not enough food.
The amount of groundwater in the Prescott Active Management Area is declining, said retired geologist and Citizens Water Advocacy Group Board Member Ed Wolfe at the CWAG meeting Saturday, Oct. 12.
The Central Arizona Concert band is opening its 22nd consecutive season with a Sunday, Oct. 13, concert featuring a program full of traditional concert band music and some twists.
After partnering with Yavapai College for the Harvest Festival last year, the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce is adding another partnership with the Town of Chino Valley for this year’s event, said Executive Director Lorette Brashear.
Ever since she was a little girl in Ohio, Paulden resident Therese Stonehart of Stonehart Art on Stone has been painting using stone as her canvas.
Calling himself the future of Chino Valley, Nick Sallee, 19, said he was opposed to the proposed Brook Apartments and the proposed zoning change to allow them.
From haunted histories of Prescott to the music of Leonard Bernstein to a presentation on native plants and their ecosystems, the coming week has a little bit of something for everyone.