- More fire protection for Dewey-Humboldt residents
The residents of the Blue Hills area of Dewey-Humboldt can rest a little easier knowing their properties are better protected ...
- Photo: School wins Hungry Kids Food Drive
Humboldt Elementary School has won the traveling Hungry Kids Food Drive trophy for the fourth straight year.
- Wonder what’s in your harvested rainwater?
Project Harvest is still accepting rainwater harvesters in the Dewey-Humboldt/Mayer area to participate in a citizen science project ...
- Bradshaw to offer another opportunity for students – Army JROTC
Already, 196 students at Bradshaw Mountain High School have expressed an interest in participating in an Army Junior ROTC program. ...
- Impaired teen backs car into Prescott Valley home, police say
An 18-year-old woman apparently under the influence of alcohol lost control of the vehicle she was driving and backed into ...
- Corridor Calendar: April 16, 2019
Events and happenings along the Highway 69 corridor from Mayer to Cordes Junction.
- Earth Day expands to Earth Week with clean-up projects, festivals, facts, films
Earth Day and the Firewise Expo are Saturday, April 20, between Gurley and Union streets in Prescott.
- Evacuation plan, process topic at Prescott Valley council study session
Town of Prescott Valley staff will brief the council Thursday, April 18, on the planned process for public review and ...
- Photo: Orme fields baseball team
Orme School once again has a baseball team!
- Former Rep. Don Shooter claims ‘orchestrated cover-up’ led to his removal from House
PHOENIX — Ousted state Rep. Don Shooter wants the Senate Ethics Committee to determine whether former House Speaker J.D. Mesnard ...
- Survey: Eating at home costs slightly more than a year ago
PHOENIX — Rising beef prices are pushing up the cost of eating at home.
- Obituary Notice: Edward Patrick Logan
Edward Patrick Logan, age 69, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on April 11, 2019, in Prescott, Arizona.
- Backyard Gardener: Cottonwoods require independent water source
Yavapai County has two native species of cottonwood trees in addition to the native quaking aspen trees.
- Williams: Let’s change the rules
During the course of my life, I’ve noticed that when children don’t get their way, they want to change the ...
- Proposed increase in fees for restaurants, schools in Yavapai County
After conducting a time and cost study, Yavapai County Community Health Services (CHS) is looking at increasing its environmental health ...
- University of Arizona researchers revel as photo of black hole unveiled
WASHINGTON – They said they had “seen the unseeable,” and when astronomers Wednesday unveiled the first-ever pictures of a black ...
- Lynx family at zoo gives breakfast audience a show
Taylor Hicks first-grader Aden Bowman loves breakfast, especially when he can eat it at the zoo while watching the antics ...
- Vaccination rate drop concerns state officials
The Arizona Department of Health Services issued a report on Friday warning that higher exemptions from vaccines are putting the ...
- Wiederaenders: Breaking rules sends wrong message
Life is about rules, whether we like it or not.
- Editorial cartoon (2): April 14, 2019
Editorial cartoon (2): April 14, 2019