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Prescott Valley Music Festival | Signals AZ
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12-year-old critical after hit by teen driver in Prescott Valley
She stopped briefly, then continued to a parking lot near Lakeshore and Windsong drives, where police contacted her.
Prescott Fire Responds to 11 Small Wildland Fires on Highway 89
On Wednesday May 9, 2018, at approximately 7:30AM, the Prescott Regional Communications Center received a 911 call reporting a grass fire in the area of Highway 89 and the Granite Dells. Two Fire Engines, a Patrol, and a Battalion Chief responded due to the high fire danger we are experiencing. Upon
Second suspect arrested in Cornville counterfeit money operation
Monday, 38-year-old Stara Brummett was booked at the detention center in Camp Verde on numerous charges including possessing forgery equipment, falsely making a written instrument, fraudulent schemes, theft, possession of a forged instrument, and possession of dangerous drugs. She remains in-custody
Granite Dells Development Open House: Questions, Answers & More Questions
A quick look back…It was a little over 4 years ago that the City of Prescott considered purchasing 80 acres in the Granite Dells area from Mark Wirth. Wirth wanted $4M for the property, which is not in the Prescott City limits. But, the property had lots of historic appeal and it was in a beautiful
3 suspects arrested in Cottonwood following weapons offense
COTTONWOOD –Three suspects are in custody on drug and weapons offense charges following a high-risk traffic stop on Black Canyon Day Use Road and State Route 260, Sunday, according to a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office media release.
Sturm, Ruger Shareholders Win Vote on Gun Safety Report
At the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting Wednesday in Prescott, Arizona, executives of Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc. (NYSE: RGR) announced that a shareholder proposal requiring a “report on the Company’s activities related to safety measures and mitigation of harm associated with Company products,” w
Police: Child struck, seriously injured, by hit-and-run driver
Prescott Valley Police investigate a vehicle collision with a pedestrian in the intersection of Lake Valley Road and Lakeshore Drive Monday, May 7, 2018. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)
Sessions: Parents, children entering U.S. illegally will be separated
"If you don't like that, then don't smuggle children over our border," the attorney general said Monday at a law enforcement conference.
Cornville woman accused of printing counterfeit bills
Stara Brummett, 38, is accused of passing, or trying to pass, the fake bills from August 2017 to last month, the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office said.
No need for extra school days for Humboldt students; teachers owe 5 days
Humboldt Unified School District policy sets those days at 180, five more than required. So the five-day teacher Walk Out in April and May will not affect state requirements, and students will not need to return to school after the final day, May 24.
High risk level 3 sex offender sought by police
Kuhlt said 35-year-oldKai Keller, of Cottonwood, either did not charge his GPS or has cut it off and is currently off grid. His whereabouts are unknown.
Pronghorn, other wildlife, struggling through dry year
“We’re in the middle of a pretty darn dry period here,” said Darren Tucker, wildlife manager supervisor for Prescott at the Arizona Game and Fish Department. “Super, super bad.”
One of the Longest Running Staples In Prescott Valley Entertainment District Continues to Pour it On | Signals AZ
15 years running, Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant is one of Prescott Valley’s most successful businesses in the Entertainment District Talking Glass for a reason – great food and a great location with an outdoor patio for those perfect summer evenings here in Northern Arizona. Located in the heart of th
Cottonwood woman accused of stealing grandparents’ guns, selling them
The home owner, said Kuhlt, returned from vacation to discover several of his guns were gone.
Jerome, Arizona: Once a mining town, now home to cultural, art and history
Nestled above the Verde Valley, the town of once 15,000 people during its mining heyday is now home to just 444 people. However more than a million visitors a year drive up the hill and into Jerome.
Camp Verde girls play for softball state championship tonight
“It was a good game,” CV head coach Henry Smith said. “At this point all the teams are pretty much evenly matched, so it’s just a matter of who can make the least amount of errors and what pitcher can stay more consistent and Jacy pitched a great game (Saturday), so that’s kinda what it came down to
Local news in brief: Yavapai County ballot box locations
Every time you use a ballot drop box you save Yavapai County about 54 cents in tax dollars. Yavapai County saved $4,617 just from the Nov. 7, 2017, election due to ballot drop box usage, according to a news release.
Small businesses thrive in Prescott, PV
When you think of business, you might think of Walmart, Amazon, or maybe McDonald’s, or an airline, such as American or Delta.
Officers save life of overdose victim
The incident occurred shortly before 6 p.m. Monday, April 23. PVPD officers were dispatched to a report of an overdose in the 3200 block of Tani Road, Prescott Valley. The information received by 911 dispatch indicated that the overdose was fentanyl related.