Haunted Prescott” authors Parker Anderson and Darlene Wilson, owner of A Haunting Experience Tours, worked on the book for about a year, Anderson said.
Friends of the Verde River has partnered with Prescott Creeks and Citizen’s Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) to present the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to the Elks Theatre and performing Arts Center as well as at the Cliff Castle Casino Hotel in Camp Verde.
This weekend provides not only a chance to experience the beauty of the Granite Dells, but to “experience firsthand the heart of the Granite dells that Arizona Eco Development has slated for development,” according to a news release from Save the Dells Communications Director Amber Fields.
Prescott Center for the Arts’ newest main stage show, Neil Simon’s “The Dinner Party” has recently opened and is very much worth taking the time to go see.
In an emergency situation, being prepared could make an entire world of difference — something Prescott Valley Deputy Town Manager Ryan Judy said he can witness to after the Viewpoint Fire earlier this year.
Performer says Charles is one of his top five greatest artists
Lonely Street Productions is bringing a new Ray Charles show to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend, called “Let the Good Times Roll — The Genius of Ray Charles.”
Voters will have their choice of three candidates — two incumbents and one challenger — for two Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board seats on Nov. 6.
Officials say about $1.7 needed annually needed to maintain, improve streets
The Chino Valley Town Council unanimously approved for staff and councilmembers to start dialoguing with the community regarding a 20-year road maintenance plan, and how the plan is to be paid for, at its Tuesday, Oct. 9 meeting.
Annual sale will have new artists, organizer says
Chino Valley Community Church will be transforming its parking lot into a community marketplace this weekend.
Farmers market manager says reusable bags are better for the environment, and you
With a couple reusable bags of groceries in his car, Prescott resident Mike McCall responded to the news of Kroger phasing out plastic bags by 2025 by saying the company should do it much sooner.