A United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant awarded to the Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) at Yavapai College (YC) will soon allow the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to expand its team and increase its consulting services in Camp Verde, Yarnell, and Wickenburg.
As the summer reading program has wrapped up, it’s time once again for “storytime” at the Chino Valley Public Library, 1020 W. Palomino Road.
To celebrate its third anniversary, Compass Training Center is hosting a special event on Saturday, Aug. 6. Compass Training Center is a public shooting range located at 3926 Shooting Range Road, Chino Valley.
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council voted at its July 19 meeting to delay action on a text amendment to the town’s zoning ordinance that would define “agri-tourism,” based in part on the recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Advisory Commission.
Dewey-Humboldt Town Council voted Tuesday, July 19, to send the resume application back for review and corrections of the April 13, 2022, updated job description, to begin the hiring process for a permanent town manager and direct staff to place advertisements and establish a timeline.
Yavapai College’s (YC) new 3D Concrete Printing course, CBT250, broke ground on its first house.
A who’s who of people involved with the production of “Junior Bonner” and family members of those involved, gathered at Sharlot Hall Friday, July 1, for a discussion about their connection to the film, a celebration of 51 years since the film’s production in Prescott and a tour of the ‘To the Rodeo, Pardner’ exhibit.
Local authors and comic book vendors set up shop at the first Chino Valley Author Expo and Comic-Con Convention at Chino Valley High School Friday and Saturday, June 24-25.
Do you like comic books and supporting local artists? Area residents don’t need to travel all the way down to Phoenix to experience the sights and sounds of a comic book convention, because the first Chino Valley Author Expo and Comic-Con Convention is bringing authors to Chino Valley High School, located at 760 E. Center St., from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 24 and 25.
The Polynesian Siva dancers performed at Memory Park as part of the Chino Valley Library Summer Reading Program. The program features events, workshops, and fun activities every week.
Prescott resident Joey Sensing just won the Sportsman’s Warehouse Special Edition RAM Giveaway. The contest was nationwide with over 375,000 entries.
Due to popular demand, the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications early for the 35th annual Territorial Days Parade.
The Prescott Jazz Summit in coordination with Under the Elk Productions continues its jazz concert series “A Jazz Journey at the Elks,” with “Jazz Goes to Broadway,” on Saturday, June 11, at the Elks Performing Arts Center Crystal Hall on the third floor, 117 E. Gurley St.
Keep the kids excited about learning while school’s out at the Chino Valley Library Summer Reading Program. The program features events, workshops, and fun activities every week starting with a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.
The Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce is holding a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for its new location, 199 N. Highway 89, Thursday, May 19.
Area children made their own cards for Mother’s Day with a little help from the Chino Valley Public Library. All the materials were provided by the library and kids of all ages came by to make cards for their mothers and grandmothers at the cardmaking workshop on Friday, May 6.
Forty-three students from Northern Arizona University (NAU) Yavapai have applied to graduate in the NAU spring 2022 commencement. The ceremony will recognize candidates from NAU Yavapai at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 7, along with students from NAU Online, NAU Yuma and the College of Health and Human Services.
Fire season is officially here and for homeowners with livestock, it’s important to plan ahead for any disaster that may occur.
Residents of the Good Samaritan Society: Willow Wind assisted living housing got a visit from Gracie the chicken April 15.
Disc golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States and Chino Valley now has a 9-hole course available to the public.
Live theater returns to Chino Valley High School (CVHS) with a presentation of “Saturday Night Live” from the Advanced Theater class. The performance runs April 1-9 at the CVHS Theater, 690 E. Center St.
Chino Valley residents of all ages learned about birdwatching at one of the Chino Valley Public Library’s educational programs on Thursday, March 17. The interactive presentation was geared toward children, but many adults also attended.
Whenever the wind is mild and the weather is clear, members of the Chino Valley Flyers, Northern Arizona’s premier model aviators club, can be found launching a variety of planes into the air.
Yavapai College (YC) is a pioneer in the emerging technology of 3D concrete printing as the first community college in the nation to offer training.
“The first time I got in the kart, I drove right here and then spun out,” said Jase Frank, a novice level junior racer, pointing to the track. “Sometimes when I drive up, I turn in where it hasn’t been smoothed yet. I can drive better now. I don’t go up there anymore.”
More than 60 businesses will be providing information about themselves as employers, with more than 900 open positions available at the Chino Valley Job Fair at Chino Valley High School, 760 E. Center St., from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 18.
Looking for information about what’s happening in Chino Valley? The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce is expanding its podcast to keep people up to date on events and new developments in the area.
Using the arts for community outreach, on Thursday, Jan. 27, Chino Valley Repertory donated money generated from performances to Chino Valley Public Library’s Children’s Library and Friends of the Library, a volunteer group.
Artist Ezra Lavinsky is donating all of the proceeds of his upcoming exhibit to AARF Animal Rescue and Sanctuary. The exhibit kicks off with an opening reception during Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk on Jan. 28.
Yavapai College (YC) is a pioneer in the emerging technology of 3D concrete printing as the first community college in the nation to offer training. YC will begin teaching students how to 3D print a house this spring semester in its new class, CBT250 - Construction Building Technology. Classes begin Jan. 18.
A working man’s misfortune inspires his community to rally around him, with the help of an angel. Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC) invites you back to Bedford Falls for a reminder about the struggles of ordinary Americans, and how a strong community depends on citizens working together.
The Yavapai College District Governing Board held a workshop Tuesday, Nov. 16, to evaluate its performance. The board members do a self-assessment annually.
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.
The public is invited to set up chairs and blankets on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27, for the Prescott Bluegrass Festival on Goodwin Street, a music-filled weekend with free admission.
While most rock cover bands play classic rock hits, 90 Proof, a popular Prescott cover band, skips over the ’60s through ’80s and focuses on the ’90s.
Woofstock and Adopt-a-thon, hosted by Prescott Dog Magazine, celebrated its 10th year running on Saturday, June 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Prescott Valley Civic Center, located at 7501 East Civic Center Circle, with canine adoptions and demonstrations.
The Highlands Center (HC), located at 1375 S. Walker Road in Prescott, will host the Natural Women Festival 2, a festival of music, arts and science Sunday, June 13, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Discovery Gardens and outdoor Amphitheater.
Ponderosa Grove, a new band from Prescott, is kicking off their debut album with a release show Friday, June 18, starting at 4 p.m. at the Courthouse Plaza.