The Prescott Area Leadership organization named their man, woman and youth of the year at a banquet and awards ceremony Wednesday, April 10 at the Prescott Resort.
Play Ball! The Prescott Valley Little League opened its 2019 season with several games Monday, April 8, at Mountain Valley Park. The league, according to Board Member Bear Suksi, has 52 teams in nine different divisions with 566 players.
Where can you sit in the comfort of your home, buy cool items and know the money is going to nonprofit youth organizations throughout the quad-city area? The 2019 Kiwanis Auction.
Fire season is almost upon us, and some would say it is already here, as evidenced by the Jan. 22 fire along Highway 89A in Prescott Valley.
View a collection of the top photos of the year by Daily Courier Photo Editor Les Stukenberg. From the 36th annual Whiskey Row Boot Race to an aircraft crash landing on Iron Springs Road, see how Stukenberg's camera lens tells the stories of 2018.
Members of Scottish American Military Society Post 1297 place a ceremonial wreath during the Wreaths Across America ceremony Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, as 2,106 veteran remembrance wreaths were placed at the Prescott National Cemetery. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)
Emergency personnel look over an aircraft that landed without landing gear at Prescott Regional Airport Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018.
Shoppers were out in force Thursday seeking the awesome deals at local stores.
Some people ask me how I take good photos of Christmas lights. Here at The Daily Courier we use some pretty sophisticated cameras but when it comes to Christmas lights we almost always “dumb down” these electronic marvels and shoot manual and control all of our setting ourselves.
A simulated dog fight from the World War I era, in honor of Lt. Ernest A. Love, was a highlight during the Wings Out West Airshow at Prescott Regional Airport Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018.
Students at the Central Arizona Extreme Extrication class this weekend learned the techniques to safely extricate people who are pinned in their cars after a collision and keep them safe.
Prescott High School students, staff, parents and supporters were downtown Thursday night for the annual Homecoming Parade and bonfire.
From dogs to goats to pigs to rabbits, chickens cattle and even pigeons the 69th annual Yavapai County 4-H/FFA Expo Show & Auction was held Aug. 22-25, 2018
PRESCOTT — Tim Bingham scores 89.5 on Monte Walsh to take the overall lead in the bull riding during the 6th performance of the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Monday, July 2, 2018.
PRESCOTT — Jay Joaquin scores 85.5 on Snort in the saddle bronc during the 5th performance of the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Sunday, July 1, 2018.
Prescott's city manager holds open office hours at public library.
Some of Prescott's early settlers including Civil War Veterans are buried at the Citizen's Cemetery on Sheldon Street in Prescott.
Volunteers prepare the community garden during National Service Recognition Day as Prescott Council Member Alexa Scholl, Prescott Valley Mayor Harvey Skoog and Chino Valley Mayor Darryl Croft were on hand to support Arizona Serve on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at the Prescott YMCA Community Garden.
Fireworks light the sky as Prescott Valley hosted their first community New Year's eve celebration Sunday night at the Prescott Valley Event Center.
Holiday Festival of Lights & Parade held Friday, December 1 in Prescott Valley.
It came down to last play of the 26th annual Bradshaw Mountain Powder Puff game, seniors fourth down inside the 10-yard line down by six.
Braden Couch flies in the beginner class of the second annual King Pearl Go Skateboarding Day presented by Skate Stop at the Mike Fann Skatepark in Prescott Saturday afternoon. Couch placed first in the beginner’s category. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)
Nearly 600 people have registered for the event. Two talks today have English translations: “How to be a Dharma Practitioner in the 21st Century” at 11 a.m. and “A Jewel More Precious Than A Diamond” at 2:30 p.m. The lectures are $25 each.
Cancer is a bad, bad thing that no one ever wants to get.
Emergency personnel transport the second of two people from this single vehicle rollover on Highway 69 north of Enterprise Parkway in Prescott Valley Friday, March 10.
Bradshaw Mountain Lady Bears took control in the second half and pulled away from cross-town rival Prescott to win 48-38 Tuesday, January 31 at Prescott High School.