It seems that more traditions are being lost and things that should be remembered are being forgotten.
NEW YOUTH PROGRAM is doing well at the Cordes Lakes at the Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive.
Produce will be available on Aug 24. Sign-up starts at 7 a.m. and the doors are CLOSED and LOCKED at 9 a.m.
With dodging fires and floods and helping others during these disastrous events, Mayer Area Meals on Wheels was grateful to receive a grant from Prescott Area Women Who Care.
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.
She’s been helping veterans since 2013
It was four years ago, in the day leading up to Pearl Harbor Days 2013 when Prescott Valley resident Kassy Holme’s neighbors asked if she wanted help plant flags across town for the VFW Post 10227.
Humboldt teacher found her passion by accident
Back when she ran a camp for special needs children as the physical education director, Humboldt Elementary School Resource Teacher Deb Galliers said she loved it so much that when she went back to college, she changed her major.
Making a difference motivated her to earn the top honor
About 13 years ago, Prescott Valley resident Ellie Bowen said she saw that her mother was a leader in the Girl Scouts and that her sister had done it, making her want to join in.
Elizabeth Nolasco earned the Mountain View Elementary School Outstanding Student Award.
New building planned for fall 2018
When Prescott Valley School’s administration team started evaluating data and doing strategic planning for the coming years, it was noticed that high school enrollment was declining and the elementary population was growing exponentially, said Chief Operations Officer Monika Fuller.
Families, community come together
Ever since Prescott Valley Parks & Recreation put on the first Eggstravaganza and Family Arts Festival 14 years ago, one of the strategies was to keep families together for family purposes, said Parks & Recreation Director Brian Witty.
HUSD honors Liberty Traditional School’s Zalfini
Prior to teaching, Liberty Traditional School fourth-grade teacher Albert Zalfini said he was working in real estate and decided to go back to college and get a degree after the market crashed in 2009.
Building planned for entertainment district
In 2004, Prescott Valley Performing Arts started as a 501c3 and began having performances at different locations, said Executive Director Clyde Neville in a presentation to the Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, March 23.
Mountain View participates in Read Across America Day
About nine years ago, Mountain View Elementary third-grade teacher Allison McElwee took over as the chairperson for Read Across America Committee and she said she’s made it a priority to try and get more community members involved in the annual Read Across America Day.
Cabbage burgers are a popular midwestern dish brought over by German immigrants (my ancestors). They are very tasty, and are great with potato or pasta salads.
Many thanks to Steve Wisecarver of Micon Construction for the donation AND installation of the new playground equipment at the Community Center.
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.