Jesse Bertel is a videographer and reporter for The Daily Courier, Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review, part of the Prescott News Network.
The Yavapai County Fair will be held Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 9-12, at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds, starting at 9 a.m. each day.
Over 15 years ago, the Town of Prescott Valley received a donation of $300,000 from the estate of Joseph Maranda. This past week, a judge approved use of the Maranda Fund — which has grown to $370,000 — toward completion of the Prescott Valley Performing Arts (PVPA) children’s theater that is being built next to the Findlay Toyota Center.
Bronze Sculptor Ed Reilly unveiled his monumental design — the Jenkins Obelisk — Saturday, Aug. 28, at the southwest corner of Lakeshore Drive and Skoog Boulevard, in front of the Prescott Valley Public Library.
Yavapai College is launching a program for aspiring students whose childcare costs have kept their college dreams out of reach.
Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA), located at 208 N. Marina St., accepted a $5,000 donation from True Value toward their Capital Campaign, Wednesday, Aug. 4.
Dancers from Summer’s DanceWorks, located at 805 Miller Valley Road in Prescott, returned from the Las Vegas National Finals in July with multiple awards, including two Title Awards, four First Overall Awards and four Special Judges’ Awards.
The 33rd annual Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds, 840 Rodeo Drive, wrapped up its third day of live performances Saturday.
Yavapai College incurred storm damage and flooding Friday, July 9, on its baseball field and tennis courts. The flooding left mud and debris covering the baseball field and exposed low-voltage irrigation piping near the mud-covered walkways and tennis courts.