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Grant aids Chino Valley archery team, robotics club
It feels a lot better to be on the Chino Valley High School archery team this year compared to last year, team member Naomi Rice said. “I think we’re doing a lot better than last year because of all the stuff we’ve gotten,” Rice said.
Missing Prescott Valley woman being sought
A Prescott Valley woman named Debra Dehart has been reported missing, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS). Dehart, who suffers from Dementia, left her home around 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, in her silver 2019 four door Kia and hasn't returned home, DPS reported. The car has a temp
Calendar of Events: Dec. 8 - 13
The Cookie Walk and Heavenly Fudge Sale, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Social Hall of All Saints Anglican Church, 1806 Savage Lane, Prescott. Upon entering, you will be given a pair of disposable gloves and walk down a long aisle with tables featuring a large variety of cookies baked by the Ladies' Guild. http:
Sirens, Lights and Smiles-All for the 21st Annual Shop with a Cop This Weekend
Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley. On Saturday December 15th, 2018 approximately 100 children from Yavapai County will be participating in the 21st annual Shop with a Cop event. This event, coordinated yearly by the Prescott Police Department
Coyote Springs Elementary recognized as Yavapai County’s healthiest school
On Nov. 19, Coyote Springs Elementary received recognition from the Yavapai Healthy Schools for being named the 2018 Yavapai Healthiest School. The Yavapai Healthy Schools coalition was created to empower teachers, staff and students in making healthy choices. Its mission is to support the developme
Letter: Flags along highway
I find it very disturbing that, a few years ago, there was a big stink about advertising flags being along the highway. They were known to be distracting to drivers and an eyesore to residents. Well, here we are down the road later on and the town puts up all of the flags?
Families rave about opportunity offered through Help Portrait Prescott
It was no small thing for Prescott Valley resident Mary Dutra to gather her family together for their first ever professional portrait, thanks to the launch of Help Portrait Prescott.
Acker Night 30th Anniversary Fills Downtown Prescott with Music, People
Acker Night Raises Thousands of Dollars for Music Lessons, Instruments and Local Youth Performing Arts Programs. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
This Day in History, Dec 10th – The End of the Splendid Little War
Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley. It was 120 years ago today that diplomates from the United States and Spain agreed upon a peace treaty to end the Spanish – American War on December 10, 1898. The Spanish-American War, called the “Splendid L
New Yavapai County Chairman and Vice Chairman
Randy Garrison Voted to the Chairman of the Board for 2019, Supervisor Craig Brown Voted The New Vice Chairman. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
A warning to local fentanyl poison pushers
Last week the Courier ran another front page story reporting the arrests of more alleged local fentan yl drug dealers in our community. The ongoing front page stories are part of our #StopFentanylNow campaign in cooperation with Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking taskforce (PANT) and Yavapai Sil
Sirens, Lights and Smiles-All for the 21st Annual Shop with a Cop
On Saturday December 15th, 2018 approximately 100 children from Yavapai County will be participating in the 21st annual Shop with a Cop event. This event, coordinated yearly by the Prescott Police Department is funded entirely by donations and supported by volunteers throughout our communities. This
ROJO GRANDE: County P&Z to review 172-acre manufactured home park near Sedona
A 172-acre manufactured home park will be reviewed by the county in the next few weeks. The project, Rojo Grande Sedona, is a proposed senior-oriented manufactured home park to be located a few miles west of Sedona on the north side of State Route 89A. It is set to take the place of the El Rojo Gran
Need2Know: Papa John’s reopening in PV; Tara Thai expanding; Cuppers relocating
Prescott Valley’s sole Papa John’s Pizza will be returning to the same location after being closed for about three years. Owner Brian Hope decided to close the store, located at 7584 E. Highway 69, in late 2015 as a “business decision.”
Defense Shines, Offense Struggles In Third Straight NAZ Suns Loss
Former NAZ Suns Head Coach Ty Ellis Wins In Return to Prescott Valley Event Center with New Team. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
PANT: ‘Cracking down’ on fentanyl produces early results
The number of sources for purchase of fentanyl in Yavapai County reportedly has declined in recent weeks. Nate Auvenshine, commander of the Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT), told a group of parents and community members in Prescott Valley this week that his officers are reporting fewer
Prescott’s apartment inventory set to swell by more than 300
Editor’s note — This is a continuation of an ongoing series of articles highlighting “Trends: Living Spaces” in the greater Prescott area. For the first time in nearly 20 years, Prescott is on track to have enough apartment units to meet the demand.
Better Bucks Program Arrives In Prescott Valley
Rachel Montague , Community Service Officer, Prescott Valley Police Department. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley. Five years ago the Flagstaff Police Department partnered with the Shadows Foundation to develop the Better Bucks Program to add
Family watched man battle for sobriety before he was found dead in Prescott Valley home
The stepfather of a 33-year-old man who was pronounced dead in his Prescott Valley home midday Wednesday, Dec. 5, has decided to share about the sudden death so the community may continue its battle against lethal drugs.
Undefeated Camp Verde boys hoops tops Chino Valley
Camp Verde High boys basketball rallied to beat Chino Valley at home and maintain their perfect start. The Cowboys (4-0) beat the Cougars 62-43 on Wednesday night, despite a cold second quarter where they only scored two points.