The Spring Valley Homeowners Association hosted the Chino Valley Raptors at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Taco Tuesday is usually a busy time at the Cordes Lakes Community Center, but when you add the sweetheart backdrop so Valentine’s Day pictures can be made, and a special Bingo game for the large box of chocolates, many sweethearts attend.
There is always a friendly group with lots of prizes and raffles at the Mayer Area Meals On Wheels luncheons, but for Valentine’s Day they try harder.
Yavapai County Humane Society brought three dogs ready for adoption to the Mayer Harley Davidson shop.
Special events Produce will be available at the Cordes Lakes Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive on Feb. 23. Sign-up starts at 7 a.m. and the DOORS CLOSE at 9 a.m. ....
People & Places - Taking chances: Starting a business
As a union journeyman for more than 30 years, Bill Srock said he is certified in heating, cooling, electrical, plumbing and gas piping. In January, he and his wife Patty opened Wolverine Home & Property Inspections, LLC.
If you are tired of mashed, baked or fried potatoes, this potato dish is for you. It is easy to make and very delicious. Goes well with any type of meat.
When the ground hog saw its shadow early this month, 12-year-old Carlos said he was disappointed.
PV business continues to thrive making cabinets from scratch
Bob Myers has spent his entire life working on cabinets and in May of this year, it will be 23 years since he opened Northern Arizona Woodworking with business partner Tom Welle, he said.
Brandon Amaya, a fifth-grade student at Coyote Elementary School, has grown so much in such a short amount of time.
Dan and Julie Hussey, owners of Totally Floored received their Chamber plaque from CEO Marnie Uhl celebrating their one-year anniversary of membership with the Prescott Valley Chamber.
Big Bug News briefs for Feb. 1, 2017.
Francis Claude Klettke, accused in the Oct. 26 murder of his father at a campground near Camp Verde, was extradited to Arizona on Nov. 9 after being arrested in Alameda County, California.
CORNVILLE – A man who heard a burglar rummaging through his cabinets on Saturday, Sept. 17, confronted the suspect with a handgun and ordered him to lie on the floor, but the suspect got away when the homeowner had to leave the room to call police, Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
Area police conducting a compliance check of 44 convenience and grocery stores on Saturday, Sept. 10, by sending in teens to try to buy alcohol, found that nine stores sold to the underage buyers, according to PVPD Cpl. Tony Lawrence.
CORDES LAKES – Three men were arrested after two suspects in ski masks forced their way into a home in the 20900 block of East Coyote Lane while carrying weapons on Sunday, Sept. 11, Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
DEWEY – A pickup truck struck a gas line Sunday afternoon, Sept. 4, shearing it off and forcing some residents to be evacuated, Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK – A family fight on Aug. 20 resulted in one man’s being stabbed with a screwdriver, according to Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn.
PRESCOTT – A deputy who pulled over a car for driving 35 in a 75 zone on Interstate 17 on Monday, Aug. 1, found a 17-year-old driver with no license, and seized almost three pounds of marijuana.
The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Yavapai County until 3:30 p.m.
CAMP VERDE – A body was found on the shoulder of I-17 northbound near Camp Verde Sunday morning, July 31, according to the Department of Public Safety.
CROWN KING – A man from Fountain Hills found himself stuck when he tried to drive a rough road in an SUV, and required a lift from the Sheriff’s Rescue-1 helicopter on Tuesday, July 26.
DEWEY – An overnight fire destroyed a home on Nancy Lane in the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 27.
PRESCOTT – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to be alert to scams that have happened when someone came to the door and was allowed into a home.
PRESCOTT – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s search-and rescue (SAR) units were tasked to perform 22 percent of all such missions in Arizona in fiscal year 2015-16, making them the busiest in the state.