Jesse Bertel is a videographer and reporter for The Daily Courier, Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review, part of the Prescott News Network.
Yavapai College’s (YC) Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), one of 124 grant-funded community college programs designed to provide learning experiences for students 50 or older, has been adjusted to meet virtual learning needs and YC’s Community Education program has also retooled its history, finance, art and even travel classes to work on the Zoom software.
A new podcast by Raven Productions called the Creative Convergence brings ideas and voices of creative minds together for in-depth discussions.
Wildlights and Animal Sights, an annual holiday-themed event at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, remains open every Friday and Saturday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. through Saturday, Jan. 2.
Santa Claus made an appearance at Chino Valley Public Library on Thursday, Dec. 17, so families could enjoy a socially-distanced meeting in a holiday-themed outdoor setting at Memory Park.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s (ERAU) first virtual commencement ceremonies recognized 621 students, representing the entire graduating class of 2020 from the Prescott campus Saturday, Dec. 12.
Prescott filmmaker Nicole Romine has been winning awards and receiving accolades from film festivals around the world with her short film “Mistress of Tears,” a ballet revolving around one character.
Raven Productions, a local multimedia production company, is offering a membership program to involve the community of Prescott in the content that it creates.
Dozens of Prescott-area children had the chance to buy Christmas gifts and essentials alongside police officers on Saturday, Dec. 12, during the 23rd annual Shop with a Cop event at the Prescott Valley Walmart on Glassford Hill Road.
The Jolly Trolley Santa Adventure, presented by Prescott Trolley, gives people a tour around the city including a meeting with Santa Claus, every weekend until Christmas.