Richard Haddad is the editor for Prescott News Network, including The Daily Courier, Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
Years ago, when I was running another Arizona newspaper, we published a story about a boy who lost half his hand playing with fireworks.
A 10-year-old boy struck by a pickup truck in Prescott Valley on Friday morning is recovering at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
In a video released by Yavapai Silent Witness Tuesday, May 19, two family members of missing Chino Valley residents David Batten and Elissa Landry plead for the public's help in locating their loved ones.
Kendal Healey, the principal at Acorn Montessori School in Prescott Valley, shared a touching student video this week on YouTube.
There was once a wise Chinese man who had one son, one horse, and one acre of ground on which he made his living. One day his son went out to feed the horse and left the gate open...
As of May 16, you could legally go catch a flick at your local movie theater. Gov. Doug Ducey said it’s now OK. But don’t pack the kids in the car just yet.
Area restaurants are reopening their dining rooms after nearly two months of forced closures, and the Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA) fire marshal is reminding everyone that COVID-19 is not the only danger to avoid.
Prescott Valley town officials are recommending a fresh way to physically distance during the COVID-19 pandemic while also enjoying superb quad-city area weather — birdwatching.
“This too shall pass.” This proverb has no doubt been repeated millions of times in many different languages since the COVID-19 pandemic started. The sentiment may be difficult to accept amidst so many hardships from lost jobs, lost businesses and lost lives.