Dewey-Humboldt considers what’s next for historical society, town
Despite the residents of Dewey-Humboldt voting against the purchase of the Old Bank Building at 12925 Main Street in the town’s special election on Tuesday, March 14, nothing has changed from the perspective of the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society, said President David Nystrom.
Promoter plans on regular shows
In talking with friends who run other mixed martial arts promotions, Aggression Session MMA Founder and Principal Jody Murphy said they always talked about how well they did at the Prescott Valley Event Center and thought it was interesting that nobody would ever go back other than doing a show every year or couple of years.
Work at Glassford Hill and Long Look to begin in late May
One of the busiest non-Highway 69 intersections in Prescott Valley is expected to start in late May.
“Arsenic & Old Lace” opens this weekend
While most plays have only one director, Prescott Valley Performing Arts’ first show of the season, “Arsenic & Old Lace,” has four directors, said Executive Director Clyde Neville, calling the move an educational experiment.
Crafty is the best way to describe the craft sale.
Library puts on end of life Series The Prescott Valley Public Library’s End of Life series begins on Thursday, March 23 with the first program, “Please Shop Before You Drop” from 2-3 p.m. in the auditorium.
The Hill Top Gang played while the customers enjoyed corned beef and cabbage at the Mayer Area Meals on Wheels lunch on St. Patrick’s Day.
James Morrow is with the Veteran’s Administrations benefits programs and touched on many subjects, including health benefits, disabled benefits, spousal benefits, death benefits, home care, and much, much more during a March 17 VA benefits discussion at American Legion Post 122 in Cordes Lakes.
Special events Wildman Phil returns to Cordes Lakes Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive, on April 1.
The Prescott Valley Police Department has provided this accounting of police calls from March 13 through March 19.
When someone sees a police officer do something they believe is wrong, what can be done about it?
Utility company details its political campaign spending
Claiming a “commitment to transparency,” the state’s largest electric utility on Friday detailed more than $10 million it spent in the last two years to directly and indirectly influence elections and gave to other organizations to lobby.
For some folks, spring is not a welcome time of the year. It means runny noses, painful sinuses, headaches, earaches and constant sneezing.
Historical society continues to wait for investor
About a year ago, the Town of Dewey-Humboldt put together a survey for its citizens where one of the questions was whether or not the town should use tax money to support the historical society.
The driver of a Chevrolet, sport-utility vehicle lost control Friday afternoon while driving west on Highway 69 between Enterprise Parkway and Mendecino Drive in Prescott Valley, killing one of the occupants and seriously injuring the other, police said.
Staff promotes free eBooks program
During her first year in Prescott Valley Public Library’s adult services, one duty was to purchase books for OverDrive, the eBook program the library utilizes, said Adult Services Library Assistant Carol Swenson.
Work to cost about $650,000, should be done by fall
There was some good competition from local contractors when it came to bids for who was going to take on the Lake Valley Improvement Project said Prescott Valley Public Works Director Norm Davis at the Prescott Valley Town Council meeting on Thursday, March 9.
Prescott woman says her experience was pretty real
A question that often comes up regarding survival television is ‘How real is it?’
RVs, mobile homes to be integrated together, part of a national trend
Prescott Valley Community Development Director Richard Parker said he’s seeing a trend these days that’s different than what he’s seen over his career in community development.
Will act as buffer between commercial, residential
The parcel of land located at 3881 North Robert Road has proven to be a pretty tough piece of dirt to develop in the past, said Prescott Valley Community Development Director Richard Parker.
Community garden plots available There are plots now available at the Prescott Valley Community Garden.
Special events March 18 is Breakfast at the Center along with the Community Yard Sale.
The Prescott Valley Police Department has provided this accounting of police calls from March 6 through March 12.
The Yavapai County Contractors Association plans a spring conference for 3 p.m., Friday, March 17 at Las Fuentes Forum.
Madison Randall is a second grade student at Lake Valley Elementary.