Two grants, totaling $43,000, have been awarded to the Prescott Police Department by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
Former Dewey resident William Lee Aundre Wilson, who is in custody for 16 felony charges related to sex trafficking, appeared at Yavapai Superior Court for a pretrial conference Monday.
The staff and volunteers of Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue & Sanctuary would like to invite the public to Circle L’s “Doggie Fashion Show” fundraiser from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, at The Barley Hound Gastropub, 234 S. Cortez St. in Prescott.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a paving project next week along a nearly 20-mile section of north- and southbound I-17 north of Phoenix.
College information and resource website OnlineColleges.com has ranked Yavapai College tenth among online community colleges across the U.S. for Best General Studies program.
Prescott Mothers in Bloom was founded in 2017 by Prescott-area mothers Danielle Hampton and Veronica Phillips.
Free Wheelchair Mission kicks off its “1 Million for 1 Million” campaign on Sunday, Oct. 22, in Prescott.
The City of Prescott and its contractor, Fann Contracting, Inc., are currently working on a road and utility upgrade project along South Marina Street.
Music and merriment for young and old was featured at the 39th annual Folk Music Festival, which began its run at the Sharlot Hall Museum on Saturday, Oct. 7.
Roadwork, projects this week in the City of Prescott.
Church News from congregations in the Prescott area, Oct. 7.
On Friday, Oct. 6, at about 4 p.m., Prescott police responded to a scenic overlook near Pioneer Parkway and Williamson Valley Road after receiving a call from a woman reporting a robbery.
It’s always an auspicious occasion in New York when the Metropolitan Opera opens a new season. But it’s an auspicious occasion in Prescott, as well.
The Prescott Chapter of the American Sewing Guild is hosting a fashion show and luncheon on Oct. 7, in the Marina Room of the Hassayampa Inn. This event has been held every other year for the last 20 years and is always a sold-out event.
Prescott City Hall will join more than 30 iconic landmarks across the country on Saturday, Oct. 7, lighting up at dusk in respect to fallen firefighters and their survivors for Light the Night for Fallen Firefighters, according to a news release from Donna Clark of the National Fallen Firefighter Foundation.
Prescott Area Shelter Services invites the public to visit the shelter to meet its board of directors, dedicated staff, and to get a tour and learn what they have been doing in the community for the past 10 years.
On Saturday, Oct. 7 — from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — and Sunday, Oct. 8 — from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — the FallFest takes place at the courthouse plaza.
Detectives are seeking the whereabouts of 50-year-old Casey Nethercott, who owns the Black Canyon Feed Store and resides in Black Canyon City, according to a news release from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.
Night work and sewer main installation continues on Highway 89.
PHOENIX – A propane truck fire near Table Mesa Road has closed both directions of Interstate 17 north of the Valley, and an extended closure is possible, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
A man possibly under the influence of alcohol allegedly left his 10-year-old daughter to wander through Butler Saturday.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing at 9 a.m., Aug. 2, in the board’s meeting room at the County Administration Building, 1015 Fair Ave., Prescott, on a financing agreement and related documents to refinance the County’s payment obligations for debt service savings purposes.
The group supporting the City of Prescott’s Proposition 443 is conducting a community rally from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 13, at the Holiday Courtyard on Montezuma Street in downtown Prescott.
United Blood Services, the nonprofit provider for 100 percent of Yavapai County and northern Arizona patient blood needs, has announced an immediate need for donors.
On Friday, July 14, the Forest Service will lift the closure order on the bald eagle breeding area at Lynx Lake and the peregrine falcon breeding areas at both Thumb Butte and Granite Mountain.
There is a reasonable potential that the watersheds within the burn area, including Big Bug Creek and its tributaries, and Turkey Creek and its tributaries, will see increased flows and mudflows as the debris and ash from the fire are washed downstream, the Yavapai County Flood Control District stated in a news release regarding the Goodwin Fire.
At 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 19, singer, songwriter, guitarist Tony Balbinot of the Cadillac Angels will be part of the Territorial Talent Concert series at the Prescott Public Library.