Every summer, teens and young adults travel from Caborca, Mexico, to spend a weekend in Prescott with day trips to other nearby places. This experience provides an opportunity for the residents of the Quad Cities to intermingle, share cultures and give the kids an opportunity to practice their English.
Board members took a close look Sept. 24 at how they have operated over the past year, and came out pretty pleased with themselves.
Beginning this school year, fifth- and sixth-graders at four elementary schools in the Humboldt Unified School District now can learn stringed instruments and play in orchestras.
Many residents of Dewey-Humboldt are deserving of the town’s 2018 Volunteer(s) of the Year award.
On Oct. 10, 1969, 50 yet-to-be official Prescott Valley residents visited the post office, browsed the shelves lined with books and became patrons of the first library.
Joining the Civil Air Patrol may not have been the deciding factor in Nicole Babbitt’s early acceptance to West Point Academy, but it certainly contributed to her list of accomplishments.
Pickleball, the newest sport in town, has four new courts for its Prescott Valley fans.
A Dewey-Humboldt resident for only four months, Cynthia Snyder is a new Friends of the Dewey-Humboldt Town Library member and already has volunteered to head up two free workshops for adults.
Two Prescott Valley artists will open their studios to the public this weekend, Friday through Sunday, Oct. 4-6, for the 12th annual Prescott Area Artist Studio Tour.