Meet with representatives from business, healthcare, nonprofit and military organizations at the Prescott Valley Job Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19 at the Prescott Valley Event Center, 3201 N. Main Street.
Fire near containment; cause under investigation
A brush fire burning in the median on Interstate 17 at milepost 249 is causing extensive southbound delays, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Homeowners plan to appeal council decision
Numerous homeowners from the Prescott Golf & Country Club stood before the Prescott Valley Town Council, voicing their opposition to the controversial condominium project Thursday night, Sept. 14.
Members continue field trips, Agua Fria Festival, Pioneer Day
The museum may have lost its home, but the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society remains alive and well, its members said.
Town honors former teacher, historical society president, Firewise board
Two people and a board of directors received the honor of Volunteer of the Year from the Town of Dewey-Humboldt, one of which was given posthumously.
Rezoning request in Prescott Country Club on Thursday’s council slate
The Prescott Valley town council will hear three agenda items at its 5:30 p.m. council meeting Thursday, Sept. 14, relating to a controversial rezoning request by owners of the Prescott Golf and Country Club in Dewey.
Scenes from the Healing Field during the Prescott Valley 2017 9/11 Patriot Day Ceremony at the Civic Center in Prescott Valley.
Daily activity calls for Prescott Valley Police, Sept. 4-10 (43 total calls):
Apply for jobs at PV Job Fair; Windows 10 class continues at library; and much more
Six men from northern Arizona — including two from Prescott Valley — were arrested on burglary and other charges after police said they drove to Phoenix and Mesa to buy drugs and steal cars, TV station KNXV-TV, channel 15, reported last week.
What it takes to set up the Healing Field
In little more than four hours, 100 volunteers erected 3,019 flags at the Prescott Valley Civic Center — 3,000 to represent the lives lost in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and 19 to honor the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who lost their lives fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire in 2013.
Consumers are thirsty for water. That’s how a Beverage Trends Report released this year by Google’s online publication, Think with Google, puts it.
Files lawsuit over increases of up to 370% since 2002, while DACA students get reduced rates
The state’s top prosecutor is charging that the Board of Regents is ignoring a constitutional requirement that tuition for Arizona residents be “as nearly free as possible.”
Healing Field flags are on display continuously through 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15.
Expected to clear up in the next couple of days
Smoke from dozens of major wildfires in the northwest has made its way into the Southwest, according to the National Weather Service.
A man who was reported missing in 2006, and was the subject of a renewed Prescott Valley Police Cold Case Unit investigation, has been dead since 2001, PVPD Sgt. Jason Kaufman said Thursday morning.
Judges in the photography department scored and awarded ribbons Tuesday, one of several departments preparing for the opening of the Yavapai County Fair Thursday, Sept. 7.
Healing Fields display commemorates 9/11, Hotshots at Civic Center
The Town of Prescott Valley’s annual Patriot Week events kick off Saturday, Sept. 8, and continue on until Sept. 15.
Law enforcement works to stay one step ahead of the bad guys, particularly with their radio technology.
Yavapai County’s suicide rate has been trending upward since 2010, and — by one statistical measurement, suicides per 100,000 people — the county leads the entire state.
Library uses grant to offer Creative Aging Art & Movement classes
With more than a few studies out there on keeping brains healthy through arts and movement, the Prescott Valley Public Library is offering some programs to do just that.
NEW YOUTH PROGRAM is doing well at the Cordes Lakes at the Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive.
Always room for more cars, says organizer
The Prescott Valley Sam’s Club is hosting its first-ever car show this weekend with plenty of room for more cars to join the fun.
Prescott Valley in Brief: Week of September 6, 2017
The Family Resource Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center has continued its partnership with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to offer a car seat distribution program to families in Yavapai County.