If you live around here long enough, you’re going to have some sort of run in with Canis latrans, or the coyote.
School district to reap benefits of guaranteed savings
The Humboldt Unified School District governing board approved an agreement with an energy conservation company that will guarantee the district will save money in energy costs.
Flying High Turkey Drive set for Monday, Nov. 20
The goal: donation of 2,500 frozen turkeys, and raising the ladder to 100 feet.
Librarian hooks up readers to new possibilities
Most librarians and library staff are prolific readers — that’s why they work in establishments like the Prescott Valley Public Library.
Aidan Priest is one students that we are proud to call a Liberty Traditional Eagle!
Prescott Valley in Brief: Week of November 15, 2017
On Thursday, Nov. 9, American Legion Post 122 presented a flag etiquette class to Mayer Elementary and High schools.
Whether it’s getting into spirit of the different holidays or showing how cool they are just looking sweet, these pooches are fabulous darling!
Daily Activity report, Prescott Valley Police for Nov. 6-12, 2017 (total calls: 32)
Lawyer says decision will hurt disabled Arizonans
A deal between the Attorney General’s Office and a group advocating for the disabled will keep them from filing new lawsuits against Arizona businesses — at least in state court.
Water main work and software upgrades
Council members will be deciding on which company will construct the expansion of the Prescott Valley Police building at its meeting set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16.
Veteran’s Day isn’t always a holiday to local veterans and neighborhood volunteers, who came out early to raise the flags on Cordes Lakes Avenue of Flags.
Lonesome Valley Quilt Guild has prepared for months for its annual Holiday Boutique.
The Gala of The Royal Horses will be at Prescott Valley Event Center at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18.
Cordes Lakes News Briefs: Nov. 17 is the NACOG Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to noon, with a balance class and information on senior care and services available.
Christopher is a budding artist, and would like a Big Brother to share his artwork with and maybe get a few pointers.
A 13-year-old girl was struck by a car on Robert Road Saturday, Nov. 11, and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, Prescott Valley Police Sgt. Jason Kaufman said.
Sunday, Nov 12, at 5:59 p.m., Copper Canyon Fire & Medical Authority emergency crews, assisted by Verde Valley Fire District, were called to the scene of a head-on collision on State Route 260 and Horseshoe Bend Drive.
The Quad City Interfaith Council (QCIC) is hosting its fourth annual community interfaith “Celebration of Thanks” 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 150 Fleury St. in Prescott.
Thousands turn out to salute area veterans
Thousands of Prescottonians lined the main downtown streets on Saturday to show off their patriotic pride and respect for veterans past and present who honored America with their devoted service.
Officer John “Jack” Glock is a 25 year-old officer who was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor.
Says relations between two countries near a ‘critical’ state
Mexico’s ambassador to the United States said Wednesday those concerned about deteriorating relations between his country and ours need to speak up.
Bill Ball, owner/developer of the Viewpoint master planned community, is expanding his 21-year-old project with plans to develop the final 150 acres at the north end of the subdivision north of Highway 89A.
Prescott Valley Town councilwoman Jodi Rooney, a Republican, announced her intention to seek the Legislative District 1 seat in Arizona House of Representatives currently held by Rep. David Stringer (R).
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council set aside two evenings in October to discuss applications of five potential candidates for town manager, with the second meeting scheduled to approve one of the five.