Money from sales goes toward supporting youth in Prescott area
The Kiwanis Club of Prescott is holding its 71st annual auction with hundreds of items available over the course of two weeks.
There’s still time to see the “Peter Pan” prequel, “Peter and the Starcatcher” on the Prescott Center for the Arts main stage.
Mountain Artists Guild event is March 28
Mountain Artists Guild celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, making it the oldest art guild in the state of Arizona.
U.S. Vets – Prescott and Yavapai College are holding the third annual Winter Fun Run Saturday morning, March 23.
Andi Harvey has been on the list for a kidney for about five years after discovering that she had bad kidneys when she was 19.
Homeless doesn’t always mean out on the street, PUSD Homeless Program liaison says
Two students in the Chino Valley Unified School District are currently living in a camper that belongs to a retired teacher.
Not one to sit around and wait for things to happen, Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lorette Brashear said that there are some exciting things happening soon.
It was his first time to take part in the event’s trade show
Rocky Minster just moved to Paulden about a month ago, and last weekend he took his custom saddles to the 28th annual Cattleman’s Weekend ...
Like a big reunion, artist says
As the horses, heifers and bulls went up for sale at the 28th annual Cattleman’s Weekend, held at the Prescott Livestock Auction in Chino Valley Friday and Saturday, March 15-16, the Cattleman’s Trade Show bustled just outside.
The event is part of church’s Native American ministry
Karen Clarkson, Prescott resident and artist of Choctaw descent, will to be at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Saturday, March 16, for a presentation titled “A Choctaw Story of Land and Blood.”