- Austin Clark runs for 3 TDs, No. 11 Badgers beat Mohave 44-27
BULLHEAD CITY — Through Week 9, Prescott’s football team is unbeaten in the 4A Grand Canyon region and controls its ...
- State releases letter grades for 2017-18 school year
Districts received the results of their schools’ achievement data in early summer, but the State Board of Education (ASBE) didn’t ...
- ‘We have been very frugal’ - Dan Streeter, HUSD superintendent
Following a week off for fall break, the Humboldt Unified School District will provide information about the upcoming bond request ...
- Student of the Week: Keira
Congratulations to Keira H. from Mountain View Elementary for being chosen as the Humboldt Unified School District’s Student of the ...
- 3 finish grueling Glassford Hill run in under an hour
Three runners finished their trip up and down the Glassford Hill Trail in less than an hour on Saturday, Sept. ...
- Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 10, 2018
Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 10, 2018
- Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 10, 2018
Editorial cartoon (1): Oct. 10, 2018
- Williams: Welcome to Joyful Bliss; may it remain that way
I have written before about building a miniature town and referred to John, a friend of mine, who was planning ...
- YCCA teams up with State Farm, CAFMA and ‘Courier Cares’ to donate smoke alarms
Members of the Yavapai County Contractors Association are teaming up with State Farm, the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority ...
- Tax notices out late, but 3 weeks left to pay before delinquent
On Monday afternoon, Oct. 1, the day most property owners in the county received their tax notices in the mail, ...
- Genealogy Society presentation to address document veracity
The Northern Arizona Genealogy Society (NAGS) offers a free presentation titled “What does that Document REALLY Say?”
- Farmers market ‘pops up’ in Granville
The Prescott Farmers Market will welcome customers to its “pop-up” market at Granville, Prescott Valley, at the Vista Point Event ...
- PVPD offers tips for safe Halloween
With Halloween fast approaching, the Prescott Valley Police Department encourages safe and secure trick-or-treating.
- Prescott Valley in Brief: Boutique at AAEC Saturday benefits students, horses
Handcrafted items from local artists are offered for sale at the eighth annual Fall Boutique from 10 a.m. to 2 ...
- What college fits the needs of your high school junior, senior?
Bradshaw Mountain High School hosts its 12th Annual National College Fair from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, in ...
- Letter: A real community
Okay, who’s in favor of it? Social Security? Anyone ready to give up their Social Security? I mean, anyone but ...
- Letter: Suppressed anger on the Hill
The Kavanaugh hearing and the disrespect shown to the accusers by the “president” and the republican senators has finally burst ...
- Why are the flags at half-staff today, Oct. 7, 2018
United States Flags to Half-Staff on Sunday, October 7, 2018 in Honor of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service
- Prescott Valley breast cancer survivor reaches out to other through “The Pink Project” thrift shop
Shannon Fitzgerald in Prescott Valley is a now 38-year-old mother of four teen and young adult sons who two-and-a-half years ...
- Editorial: Journalism matters, especially locally
“Journalism matters. Now more than ever,” is the theme of this year’s National Newspaper Week, Oct. 7-13.
- Obituary Notice: Norman Thomas Bouchey
Norman Thomas Bouchey, born April 17, 1935, in Helena, Montana, died Sept. 28, 2018, in Spring Valley, Arizona.
- Obituary: Mary Ellen Kennedy (Eichman)
Our dear and loving mother, sister and friend, Mary Ellen Kennedy (Eichman), passed away from a short battle with cancer.
- Ask the Contractor: Worker shortage makes patience important
Not a week goes by when I do not receive calls from contractors near and far looking for employees.
- Heads up! Ban on using handheld cellphones while driving begins Nov. 2
The heartrending stories of family members and victims who continue to suffer after distracted driving behavior caused injury or death ...
- Gold Fever Day, celebrating local history, canceled
The Town of Prescott Valley decided this week to cancel this event, because of "continued unstable weather."