This past week there were three calls from homeowners with issues pertaining to work and guess what?
Library puts together escape room
You’re standing in an unfamiliar room with a group of people, a couple of whom you just recently met moments ago and though there’s no obvious exit, the objective is clear: you and the others need to find some way to escape the room.
For the last four years, the Prescott Valley Public Library has offered those with an interest in any sort of portable needle art to get together and work on their creations in community
Iliana lives in Prescott Valley with her mom, two brothers, sister, stepdad and stepsister.
With the monsoons approaching, that means standing and pooling water and that means mosquitos.
Local sport shooter, air force enlistee comes back from hand injury
Back in October, Prescott Valley resident Colton Underwood said he and his father were deer hunting near Jerome when he sliced open his final two fingers on his right hand.
With these overly hot days we have been having this summer. I have been trying to find cool recipes.
Yavapai County Superintendent Tim Carter swore in Dr. Dina Battaglia as the newest Humboldt Unified Governing Board Member, replacing Paul Leon, on Tuesday, June 27.
They come in various sizes and are easily installed
Our neighbors installed porcelain pavers on their patio and before we “take the leap” could you share additional information on this product.
According to Wikipedia, the monsoon is traditionally defined as a seasonal reversing wind accompanied by corresponding changes in precipitation, but is now used to describe seasonal changes in atmospheric circulation and precipitation associated with the asymmetric heating of land and sea.
Balloon Cowboy comes to the PV Library
After working with balloons for the last two decades, Ric Fout said he’s really become Arizona Rick the Balloon Cowboy and has been putting on a balloon show for about nine to 10 years.
Some have arthritis, others take medicine, one or two are on a special diet, and a couple are hard of hearing. I’m not talking about myself or my senior friends -- although those certainly could apply to us.
Cleaning walls, peeling paint, chain-link fence fix and more
Our column last week on paintbrushes drew a “million” questions on other paint topics. Well maybe not quite a million, but would you believe a gazillion or a truckload? OK, a few. Here they are:
We (my husband and I) are going to attempt a DIY project — painting the kitchen and living room of our home.
Owner hopes to get anti-squeal treatment to Europe
As a kid in Detroit, Prescott Valley Bike Works owner Marc Hanses said he was wrapped up in the BMX culture and after working fixing bikes in Florida and Southern California, two days in Prescott Valley was enough for the desire to open his own shop.
Birth Announcements: Week of June 7, 2017 (part 3)
Birth Announcements: Week of June 7, 2017 (part 1)
Birth Announcements: Week of June 7, 2017 (part 2)
We just purchased a home and the windows are not in the best shape.
Twelve-and-a-half-year-old artist Skylar uses most of her spending money on high-quality sketchbooks so she can draw animals.
With leukemia in remission, pro racer takes part; races continue today
Though he still wasn’t at 100 percent following a battle with leukemia, Destry Abbott took part in his first race in a little more than a year at the third annual Prescott Valley Grand Prix, winning in the Big Bike heat on Saturday, May 27.
After zipping up and turning out the lights and leaving the building on the 39th annual YCCA Home and Garden Show this past weekend, I knew exactly where I was going to go with our column.
Franklin Phonetic students reach Project Citizen Nationals
Franklin Phonetic School’s gifted students might soon be responsible for a public policy on heavy backpacks if their Project Citizen project is selected among at least 10 other groups’ projects, said Franklin Phonetic School teacher Kristi Goeke.
Sophia Gonzalez is an amazing 5-year-old student with a radiant smile and a wonderful laugh.
We are in the process of doing some upgrades in our home, and curious as to the return on investment for outdoor projects.