Brad Fain faced a room of about 150 Villages at Lynx Creek residents who were there to ask questions about a project that may or may not come to fruition at the corner of Fain Road and Highway 69.
Two “good news” items on the Prescott Valley Town Council July 18 study session agenda are balanced against the letter of resignation from council member Mary Mallory who was appointed to a vacant seat on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors on July 15.
Odie, a handicapped racer and fan favorite, will be competing in the Wiener Dog Races Saturday, July 20, at the Wiener Mania event taking place both Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21, at Arizona Downs, 10501 E. Highway 89A, Prescott Valley.
A proposed 18% increase in county property taxes would apply only to the Yavapai County portion of property owners’ yearly taxes, the county board of supervisors clarified in a Tuesday, July 16 news release.
Vickie Stockwell’s dog was barking Saturday afternoon, July 13, and she thought maybe there was another javelina traveling through the neighborhood.
This week’s events listed in “7 in 7” involve free music concerts on the Yavapai County courthouse plaza and Prescott Public Library, a historical overview of nearby Fort Whipple, as well as the geology of the Grand Canyon.
The old water main under property owned by Franklin Phonetic School hasn’t been used in years and it’s time to remove it.
Two Humboldt Unified School District classified employees received accolades and the VIP of the Month award at the HUSD Governing Board meeting July 9.
Odie, a handicapped racer and fan favorite, will be competing in the Wiener Dog Races Saturday, July 20, at the Wiener Mania event taking place both Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21 at Arizona Downs, 10501 E. Highway 89A, Prescott Valley.
By a unanimous vote, the four supervisors on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors appointed Mary Mallory to the vacant District 5 seat. The open seat in District 5 became available with the resignation of Jack Smith who accepted an appointment as Arizona director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture – Rural Development.
The Humboldt Unified School District’s former headquarters is too small to accommodate its current staff — should they ever want to return to the offices located along Highway 69 at Truwood on the eastern end of Prescott Valley. That is unlikely.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors promised to build a new jail by raising property taxes if voters rebuffed efforts to pass a sales tax increase in November 2014. That ballot measure narrowly failed, 52.5% to 47.5%. Now supervisors are making good on their vow.
Repair work on the traffic signal at Glassford Hill Road and Lakeshore Drive in Prescott Valley will begin Wednesday, July 17.
The Public Works, Community Development, and Police departments in Prescott Valley are looking to purchase new vehicles and replace aging older ones.
Four applicants have filed letters for consideration to fill the vacant seat on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors.
The Public Works, Community Development, and Police departments in Prescott Valley are replacing and ordering new vehicles, the purchase of which council members will decide at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 11.
This week’s events listed in “7 in 7” all take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 12-14, making these three days chock full of presentations and happenings leading to discovery of new and important information in several areas of life in Prescott and elsewhere.
When a judge orders kids to pay restitution as part of probation or the Yavapai County Juvenile Court’s Community Restitution Program, the goal is restoring the community.
The request for zoning map change for a proposed daycare facility in the Prescott Golf and Country Club, together with the most recent modifications from the Prescott Valley Planning and Zoning Commission, got a thumb’s up by Town Council members at their regular meeting June 27.
A public hearing on the Humboldt Unified School District’s annual 2019-2020 budget starts off its monthly governing board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 9, at the Transportation building, 6411 N. Robert Road in Prescott Valley.
A request for a zoning map change to allow two duplexes, a request to combine four small lots into one larger lot, and a request for dedication of North County Trail near Fain Road and Highway 89A will come before the Prescott Valley Planning and Zoning Commission at 5:30 p.m. today in the Prescott Valley Public Library auditorium. The meeting is open to the public.
The fireworks started at 9 p.m. and went on for 30 minutes at Prescott Valley’s Mountain Valley Park, ending a day of events celebrating the Fourth of July holiday.
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A Chino Valley man was fatally shot Sunday afternoon after he and a friend were target shooting about four miles north of Paulden.
Posting a video on Snapchat while on the grounds of the Chino Valley Aquatics Center after hours has led to the arrest of one juvenile, and police are seeking the identity of a second girl.
Weather conditions are in full cooperation with Prescott Valley’s Fourth of July celebration this year. The town canceled its fireworks this past year – the first time in 20 years – due to extreme fire danger and dry conditions.
With the upcoming July 7 resignation of Supervisor Jack Smith, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will vote to accept his resignation and discuss the process to appoint his replacement at the regular board meeting 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 3, at the Yavapai County Administration Building, 1015 Fair Street, Prescott.
The Town of Prescott Valley Human Resources Department has a list of what it is looking for in a new police chief following the June 21 retirement of Chief Bryan Jarrell.
Southbound drivers on Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley will not be allowed to make left turns onto Lakeshore Drive for the next 30 days while repairs are made to the signal light at that intersection.
Weather conditions are in full cooperation with Prescott Valley’s Fourth of July celebration this year. The town canceled its fireworks last year — the first time in 20 years — because of extreme fire danger and dry conditions.
The roots of the mangrove tree create a big underground connection that holds together the sandy soil of the Costa Rican coastline. Similarly, local Future Farmers of America (FFA/National FFA Organization) students created a connection with the children and people of this Central American country for nine days this past month.
A Prescott Valley quilter, Angela Petrocelli, will be one of 450 contestants from around the world exhibiting their quilts at the American Quilter’s Society’s (AMQ) QuiltWeek event Aug. 21-24 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The playground at Humboldt Elementary School flooded often enough during heavy rains to be dubbed “Lake Humboldt.” On May 23, the Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) Governing Board approved Whelcon Contractors and $284,275 to rectify the water issues and make other improvements at its special meeting at Liberty Traditional School.
A decrease in the Average Daily Membership (ADM) numbers this past school year puts the Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) in the same boat as other districts in Yavapai County — having to reduce its next year’s budget.
The Humboldt Education Foundation (HEF), in partnership with the Fain Signature Group, offers a free concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 6, at the Prescott Valley Entertainment District, 2990 N. Park Avenue near Harkins Theater.
Now on display at the Yavapai College Art Gallery are works from seven well-known Phoenix artists; all have exhibited their work internationally.
Looking for something to do this coming week? Choose from a variety of entertainment and talks that include discussion of a creek that winds through Prescott, an opportunity to meet and mix with the LGBTQ community, and watch “Junior Bonner” for the umpteenth time.
Beginning at 3 p.m. Thursday, July 4, the Town of Prescott Valley’s 23rd annual Fourth of July celebration includes music, games, food vendors and, of course, the fireworks show.
Effective immediately, Prescott Valley Deputy Police Chief James Edelstein will serve in an interim capacity as chief of police. Town Manager Larry Tarkowski made the announcement Monday, June 24.
“The biggest trash fan you’ll ever see,” is how Dylen Baynes described 6-year-old James Tartaglia before the tour of Patriot Disposal’s materials recovery facility left the parking lot Friday, June 21.
To honor the dedication and generosity of the late Betty Comfort, the Friends of the Dewey-Humboldt Town Library have created a space recognizing the efforts of the long-time volunteer.
Yavapai County Supervisor Jack Smith, for District 5, has submitted his letter of resignation to board Chair Randy Garrison effective Sunday, July 7.
Some of Prescott Valley’s wells could not pump water 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Not because they ran out of water, but because the state water regulator, Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR), allowed a specific amount of gallons in a given time frame.
Green, yellow, skinny, fat — calling all zucchinis willing to transform themselves into race cars.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce is taking nominations for its annual Prescott Valley Excellence Awards program where organizations and individuals who have made a significant contribution to Prescott Valley in Fiscal Year 2018-19 will be recognized.
The Arizona Game and Fish (AZGFD) Commission will meet Friday, June 21, with a single item on its agenda: to approve the Notice of Final Rulemaking for R12-4-303 Unlawful Devices, Methods and Ammunition.
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Several pieces of information offered to Dewey-Humboldt residents at a community meeting raised concerns as geologist Brian Beck presented his research to about 35 people gathered at Mortimer Family Farms on June 11.