8 short plays, 2 shows at PCA
Prescott Center for the Arts offers, for the seventh year, the Young Playwrights Festival, showcasing the talent of eight young playwrights.
Band recently took first place at prestigious Telluride Bluegrass Festival
The only free Bluegrass Festival of its caliber takes place on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza this weekend, June 24 and 25, with Prescott’s own Sugar and the Mint leading off at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Citizens asked to cut use by 50 percent
Due to the extreme heat, the water demand in the Cordes Lakes Water System has increased above normal levels.
Caretaking your flowers now for September fair entries
Summer flowers, especially roses, have bloomed and are starting to die back.
Five new arrivals are now 8-weeks old
About seven weeks ago, five baby lynx were born at the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, three females and two males.
Scales, showers, pumps, 3 restaurants
Love’s Travel Stop is on track to build in Cordes Junction after the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors gave the OK on a zoning map change.
Prayers, practice, teachings over four days
A once-in-a-lifetime gathering will take place in the Yavapai College gymnasium Friday through Saturday, June 16-18, (with a fourth day, June 19, at the Garchen Buddhist Institute in Chino Valley) to celebrate the 800th Anniversary of Lord Jigten Sumgon’s Parinirvana.
Michael Pierce, award-winning director of the Yavapai College winemaking program will give a brief talk about Syrah, the featured wine at the Prescott Film Festival wine-tasting event Friday, June 16.
The Chino Valley community has drawn together over the death of 10-year-old Christian Pearson, who died on Sunday.
Jared Smith, volunteers complete project despite weather conditions
It was a cold, rainy, windy day in February when Jared Smith and fellow Scouts began a grave undertaking — an Eagle Scout project that took place in Citizens Cemetery on Sheldon Street and involved the restoration of two very large family plots.