Sky Daddy is putting on his sixth Eric Clapton tribute show next week and said he wants to recreate last year’s performance.
Country music festival benefits Shadows Foundation Watson Lake will be a hive of country music fans this weekend with The Big Sting – It’s a Country Thing Country Music Festival.
Halloween is going to be here before you know it, but don’t worry – here’s a handy guide to make sure you’ve got everything you need to appease those restless spirits
The closest Eagles experience without spending hundreds, he says
Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder is coming to Prescott, performing at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center for one show Saturday, Oct. 13.
Knowledge is power, organizer says
Seniors and caregivers looking for information can get connected with what they need and companies with the services they might have a need for at the Senior & Caregivers Conference & Expo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12.
Show goes through his career, performer says
Lonely Street Productions is bringing its brand new show, “Cruisin’ – The Music of Smokey Robinson” to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center Friday, Oct. 12.
Luxury, Speed, Bentley
Among the many vintage and classic cars in an unassuming Prescott Valley garage is a 1929 Bentley owned by Dick and Diane Belveale of Prescott.
Newly released book covers best, little known ghost stories
Prescott historian Parker Anderson and Darlene Wilson, owner of A Haunting Experience Tours, have a new book that came out this past week and are scheduled for a number of book signings.
Saturday event a way to thank the community, senior pastor says
Grace Baptist Church is holding a celebration this weekend in honor of its 40th anniversary, and the whole community is invited.
New illusions come from thinking outside the box, Giliam says
It’s no illusion, magician Eric Giliam is coming to the Chino Valley Public Library for a couple early morning performances Wednesday, Oct. 10.
Campers buzzing into The Big Sting – It’s a Country Thing Country Music Festival will be able to participate in a few early activities before the main event begins.
Courtney Howard and her family came up from Phoenix to spend the day in Prescott and planned to go to Sharlot Hall Museum, not even realizing that Saturday, Oct. 6, was the first day of the museum’s 40th annual Folk Music Festival.
Whether it is to follow the decisions made by the Prescott City Council, from the mundane to the controversial, or it is to read about an event that’s happening, everyone who reads The Daily Courier has their own reasons for doing so.
CHINO VALLEY — The Chino Valley Cougars’ football team enjoyed a dominating win in their homecoming game Friday night, Oct. 5, routing Kingman, 53-8.
Antibodies take 2 weeks to reproduce, officials say
This week marks the start of the flu season, meaning the best time to get that flu shot is now, says Yavapai County Health Services Epidemiologist Stephen Everett.
Sharlot Hall Museum’s 40th annual Folk Music Festival — Arizona’s longest running folk music event — is set to be in tune for this weekend.
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Ram Turquoise Circuit Rodeo Finals is returning to the Prescott Valley Event Center this weekend featuring top rodeo participants from Arizona and New Mexico.
The Prescott High School Band Boosters are putting on the 16th annual Mile High Marching Band Festival this weekend with 13 bands from around the state competing.
The Prescott Chorale is putting on a special concert, performing nothing but pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach featuring guest soloists and the new Arizona Philharmonic Orchestra.
This weekend’s Pony Only Cruise is set to feature a wide variety of Ford Mustangs from the earliest 1964 models to at least one 2019 model, organizer Don Stewart said.
Out of the 80 juried artists at 51 private studios and three art centers for this year’s 11th annual Prescott Area Artists Studio Tour, 10 are from Chino Valley and Paulden.
In a 4-2 decision, Chino Valley Town Council approved the signing of a joint letter of opposition to Proposition 127 at its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Four years ago, Prescott residents and friends Laura Hughes-Stiverson and Tisha Hill were health statistics, but through gastric sleeve surgery and each other’s support, they now lead healthy lives.
Annual BBQ and Calf Sale big social event of the year, association president says
The Yavapai Cattle Growers Association kept tradition alive Saturday, Sept. 29, with the organization’s 86th annual BBQ and Calf Sale.
Training methodology to become new standard for firearms training, Insight president says
In their mission to serve all facets of firearm ownership, Insight Firearms Training Development has gone national with its method of training shooters to put all their shots through the same hole with absolute consistency.
Despite having the lead as they headed into the second half Friday night, Sept. 28, the Chino Valley Cougars were unable to retain, losing 21-12 — in their first at-home loss this season — against the Kingman Academy Tigers.
Quick, get the guide — red head blending into a yellow body with black wings, back and tail. Looks like we’ve got a Western Tanager.
The Prescott Public Library will host an Arizona Humanities lecture next week about African-American figures who contributed to the life and culture of Arizona.
Celebrate fall at the farm — Mortimer Farms to be precise — with the ninth annual Pumpkin Fest & Corn Maze.
The Phoenix Symphony is returning to Prescott this weekend for the first concert of the 2018-19 season at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, featuring guest conductor David Danzmayr and piano soloist Drew Petersen.
Police: National Night Out chance to bond, educate
After the event was rained out last year, the Chino Valley Police Department decided to move its fifth annual National Night Out celebration to Tuesday, Oct. 2, said Chino Valley Police Department Civilian Officer Marrilee Easton.
Hourly drawings will be held to give Quilts of Honor to veterans
More than 150 quilts are set to dot the Chino Valley Quilters’ 2018 show, which has been given a Western theme this year, according to chairperson Lucille Hurley.
Organizers promise eclectic mix of music
St. Catherine Laboure Roman Catholic Church in Chino Valley is hosting a Spirit of Abundance Concert next weekend to raise money for the Chino Valley Food Bank.
New 99-seat theater planned
Prescott Center for the Arts is getting ready to kick off a $2.6 million capital campaign with plans including a new 99-seat theater.
For more than three decades, a club of model aviators have been taking to the skies around Yavapai County and since 1998, they’ve called their field in Chino Valley home.
The public is invited to be a guest at this year’s 12th annual Prescott Powwow, happening this weekend at Watson Lake.
Eat, drink and enjoy some fireworks this weekend at this year’s Prescott Oktoberfest where there’s 120 beers on tap at Prescott Mile High Middle School.
Yavapai College has a trifecta of shows happening at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center next week featuring Engelbert Humperdinck, Soledad O’Brien and the Popovich Comedy Pet Theater.
There’s something for everyone at this year’s Agua Fria Festival, Arizona’s oldest and longest running festival, according to Event Chairman Sue Palacios.
When the Prescott Arizona Kennel Club moved its annual championship show from Chino Valley indoors to the Prescott Valley Event Center, it started with two days of conformation and obedience competitions.
After two years of not being able to pay for and have it, the Prescott Valley Rotary Club is bringing back the Prescott Valley Rotary Balloon Fest and is putting a new spin on it, said Rotary President Chuck Abbott.
Big Chino Pumped Storage Project presents the smallest threat
Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) President and Sierra Club Yavapai Group Chair Gary Beverly outlined four threats to Paulden Water at the Central Highlands Natural Resources Preservation Group meeting Thursday, Sept. 13.
More than $15,000 worth of items in auction this year, president says
Mountain Artists Guild is crafting an “Unforgettable” auction Saturday, Sept. 22, to raise money for scholarships going to students pursuing degrees in the visual arts.
The Agua Fria Festival, the oldest and longest-running festival in Arizona, is returning for its 111th year this weekend put on by the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society.
Sessions are held on the third Thursday of every month
Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Director Lorette Brashear said she feels so strongly about educating members of the community that she not only brought the Lunch & Learn program back to Chino Valley, but also opened up to the entire community.
Monte Colucci’s 1959 Ford Galaxie just one car among many
Next weekend, going to church means seeing a car show where, among others, Monte Colucci will be showing off his 1959 Ford Galaxie.
Eileen Sherrill stood in front of the counter at Prescott Gun Club. Today was the day — she was buying her first gun.
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Mortimer Farms and Yavapai Regional Medical Center, hosted the second annual Farm to Table: A Local Dining Experience community event on Saturday, Sept. 15, at Mortimer Farms in Dewey.
Caber tossing unlike any other sport, participant says
Whether it was simply a desire to get out of the house and do something like Tatton White, or coming to represent his family and Scottish heritage like Ethan McCallum, the 2018 Prescott Highland Games and Celtic Faire had no shortage of attendees Saturday, Sept. 15.
Despite the Arizona College Prep. Knights scoring their first touchdown of the season, the Chino Valley Cougars kept their winning streak alive with a 26-7 victory Friday night.