Maggie Tidaback, economic development project manager for the Town of Chino Valley was looking for a sign at the Chino Valley Town Council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 10.
The Chino Valley Town Council allowed for some of the town’s roads to be patched up after awarding a construction contract to Sunland Asphalt for street reconstruction projects in Fiscal Year 2020 at its Tuesday, Sept. 10, meeting.
Subdivides nearly 90 acres into 75 one-acre lots
The Chino Valley Town Council approved the preliminary plat for the planned Heritage Point subdivision at its Tuesday, Sept. 10, council meeting.
Prescott Center for the Arts, currently in the throes of its capital campaign to expand, among other things, will enhance the organization’s youth program, Executive Director Robyn Allen said.
For the third concert of its regular season, the Prescott POPs Symphony will go on tour around the world without leaving the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.
On Sunday, the courthouse plaza will be filled with people and bowls handcrafted by local artisans that will be filled with soup prepared by local chefs, all in the name of alleviating hunger, for the 22nd annual Empty Bowls event.
It’s something that happens every week – the trash gets put out to get picked up, the collectors come in their easily recognizable trucks and take it away. Week after week. The question is though … do you put your trash container on the sidewalk or in the street?
Second male winner in the competition’s history
With his rendition of “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” Prescott Valley’s Nolan Adair took home first place at the Thursday, Sept. 5, Prescott Sings! finale, becoming the competition’s second male winner.
YRMC puts on Celebrate Life Health Expo
Have a healthy adventure at the Findlay Toyota Center with Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Celebrate Life Health Expo 2019.
A classical musical, director says
The first show of Prescott Center for the Arts’ 50th anniversary season — “Anything Goes” directed by Sandy Vernon — starts next week.