The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has received results of scientific tests indicating there is no erionite or harmful asbestos-like materials present on the proposed pozzolan mine in Skull Valley.
Each child picks a quilt, toy to take home
Sebellah Young, 3, calls her dad “Pops” and her mom “Lolli.”
Lookouts keep an eye on forest, fires
Four lookouts arrive at their posts on the Prescott National Forest every morning during fire season.
Dewey-Humboldt resident offers 20 acres; no development allowed on property
It was 21 years ago that Garry and Denise Rogers purchased about 16 acres near the Agua Fria River in Dewey-Humboldt.
This year, 246 people entered the Mother-Daughter Look-Alike Contest sponsored by The Daily Courier and Raskin’s Jewelers.
5K Run, Beer and Margarita Garden, Folkloric dancers, fire shows May 10-13
Prescott Valley Days celebrates the community with a plethora of events beginning Thursday, May 10, when the Sun Valley Rides Carnival opens in the Entertainment District, and continuing until about 7 p.m. Sunday, May 13, when the Carnival closes.
Teacher contracts require their school year to go until June 4
Arizona state statutes require public schools to provide students with 175 days of instruction.
Recent moisture just a ‘blip’
Late spring rain/snow weather moistened the Quad Cities on Tuesday and Wednesday, but gave Prescott National Forest officials less than an inch of precipitation.
Tuned in and turned on
When Luan Mueller made public the situation facing music students this coming year at Granite Mountain School, the community responded with open hearts and wallets.
On Dec 15, this past year, two officers “just doing their jobs” saved a man’s life by promptly administering CPR.