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Food Truck Court May Arrive Soon in Chino Valley

CHINO VALLEY, AZ- The Chino Valley Town Council approved a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a food truck court during the August 14, 2018 council meeting, opening the possibility of a three-truck food court at 246 N Highway 89, Chino Valley, AZ.

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM - 2018-08-16 00:00:00

Cottonwood teacher arrested for sex with 17-year-old boy, police say

COTTONWOOD, AZ - A Cottonwood teacher was arrested Thursday for having sexual contact with a 17-year-old boy, officials say.

ABC 15 NEWS - 2018-08-17 01:19:40

Photo Of The Day Theresa Ditson - Outdoor Photographer

“A lightning bolt flashes to the left during a summer sunset at Granite Mountain in Prescott, Arizona,” says Ditson. “What the photo does not show you is the amazing sound of the thunder that rolled through and was amplified by the rocks and water.”

OUTDOORPHOTOGRAPHER.COM - 2018-08-16 14:14:31

Hit and run on Navajo Drive in PV leads to arrest

A deputy with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office patrols the perimeter of a home located in the Prescott Country Club community in Dewey Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 15, while the home’s owner refuses to leave by choice after allegedly leaving the scene of a vehicle accident in Prescott Valley.

DAILY COURIER - 2018-08-15 17:46:00

Calendar of Events: August 16-18

Hassayampa Vineyard & Farm is shown above. The Prescott Farmers Market will be held from 7:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018, at Yavapai College, 1100 E. Sheldon St. For more information visit www.prescottfarmersmarket.org. (PrescottFarmersMarket.org/Courtesy)

DAILY COURIER - 2018-08-15 22:21:00

Finders, keepers for Verde Valley rockhounds

For a rockhound like Mark Moorehead, president of the Sedona Gem and Mineral Club, the hobby can entice the kid inside people.


#RedForEd a sleeping giant — the movement now focused on long-term funding solutions

Prescott Mile High Middle School teachers and students welcomed parents as they drop students off as part of the Red for Ed movement in Arizona Wednesday, April 18, 2018. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

DAILY COURIER - 2018-08-16 21:19:00

Small wildfire handled near Dosie Pit

A small wildfire was spotted on a hillside between Dosie Pit Road and Iron Springs Road west of Prescott Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 14.


Major upgrades planned at Prescott Airport

Prescott City Council members listen to a presentation Aug. 14 on the airport master-planning process that has been underway since 2016. (Cindy Barks/Courier)


Prescott Library meeting-room fees termed a ‘no win’

The Prescott City Council rescinded fees charged by the Prescott Library for the use of three of its meeting rooms. (Les Stukenberg/Courier, file)

DAILY COURIER - 2018-08-15 20:30:00

Zoned Properties Provides Update on Chino Valley Cultivation Development

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz: Zoned Properties, Inc. (OTCQX: ZDPY), a strategic real estate development firm whose primary mission is to identify, develop and lease sophisticated, safe and sustainable properties in emerging industries, including the licensed medical marijuana industry, announced that it remains


Blasting activity planned at Cottonwood slag pile

Officials at Minerals Research, Inc., in Cottonwood have advised the company plans some blasting activity at the slag pile located off South 6th Street Monday, August 20.

CVBUGLE.COM - 2018-08-15 15:07:00

This Week on Gallery of Guns TV

PRESCOTT, Ariz.–-(Ammoland.com)-Tune in Thursday, August 16th at 9:30pm Eastern for another great episode of Gallery of Guns Television. Bob Hunnicutt from Firearms News will show you two very different firearms, the Walther PPQ Q4 TAC & the Henry Big Boy Steel Color Case. Ruger's Mark Gurney will p


Prescott Valley Hosting 3 Big Events in August You Won't Want to Miss | Signals AZ

As we roll through August 2018, Prescott Valley is set to host some big events the remainder of the month. Here’s a quick breakdown of some events you won’t want to miss!


Half a season left for Farmers Market

Allee Steinberg of Two Bites Bakery sells at the first Chino Valley Farmers Market of the season at Olsen’s Grain Thursday, June 7. The Chino Valley Farmers Market continues every Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m. until Thursday, Oct. 25. (Jason Wheeler/Review)


National Farmer's Market Week

With plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers and much more, local Farmer’s Markets offered gardeny-goodness, arts and crafts, food to munch on, baked temptations and much more.


Local quilters decorate library’s community room

Quilts made by the Chino Valley Quilters for the Chino Valley Public Library’s Community Room. The cost for the quilts was paid for by the Friends of the Chino Valley Public Library. (Darlene Westcott/Courtesy)


Cottonwood Police Dept. neighborhood officers to being ‘walking the beat’

Almost two years after their inception, the department will soon showcase another facet of the programs, which is to add a personal touch as officers assigned to a particular neighborhood or zone will personally make contact with residents and business owners reinforcing the benefits of the programs


Female motorist saved during swift-water rescue in Humboldt

A Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA) crew rescued a female motorist, whose car was trapped at a river crossing, Sunday evening, Aug. 12. (CAFMA./Courtesy)


Yavapai County: Man admits to drinking before crashing motorhome into church

Investigators say the driver, identified as 58-year-old Stephen Merrigan, of Cordes Lakes, had also hit a vehicle parked in the church lot.