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Prescott Valley Kmart building gets new owner
Phoenix-based and family-owned Pruitt’s Fine Furniture is moving into the site of the former Prescott Valley Kmart, 7550 Highway 89. The sale closed Thursday, Dec. 13, said Pruitt’s Fine Furniture General Manager Christy Smith.
Schematic Design for New PRC Airport Terminal Ready for Approval
New Prescot Regional Airport Terminal Phase I design ready for approval and transmittal. During the last scheduled voting meeting of 2018 for the Prescott City Council, a new terminal design will be considered for approval and transmittal to the Federal Aviation Administration for review and comment
Prescott police find stolen weapon, meth in vehicle driving along Gurley Street
Two Chino Valley residents were booked into the Yavapai County jail Wednesday, Dec. 12, after police found a stolen gun and illicit drugs in their vehicle. Prescott Police Department (PPD) officers pulled the car over at about 7:30 a.m. for a registration violation in the 1200 block of East Gurley.
Calendar of Events: Dec. 15-21
Touchmark Trekkers beginning hiking club, 8 a.m., Touchmark Health & Fitness Club, 3150 Touchmark Blvd., Prescott. Please RSVP to this free event by calling 928-632-7800. Burning Desire to Feed the Hungry Food Drive, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Prescott Valley Safeway, 7720 E. Highway 69.
Need2Know: Construction on Whipple; Pickleball coffee shop at Mall
A geriatric/psychiatric hospital is currently under construction at 181 Whipple St. (adjacent to Sonic Drive-In). Construction began on the project in early November and is expected to be close to completion by September 2019, said Brian Bombardieri, owner of B’s Contractors, the company working on
Prescott Mayor, NAACP report ‘positive’ meeting on race
While a boycott of Prescott by the East Valley NAACP remains in effect, a Friday meeting between Prescott officials and members of the Phoenix-area civil rights organization reportedly made inroads into resolving the matter.
Forest Service plans camping crackdown along Arizona 260 and Salt Mine Road corridor
CAMP VERDE – As cooler weather approaches Arizona, visitors begin to flock to the Verde Valley to enjoy their favorite outdoor activities. Many of these visitors enjoy dispersed camping in the Verde Valley on forest lands.
Decrepit property where homicide occurred transformed into vacation rental
Looking at 429 Beach Ave., one would never think it used to be a dilapidated home with a troubled past. A black metal gate corrals a clean front yard with a cement path leading up to a hospitable-looking residence. A spotless exterior with a fresh coat of royal blue paint invites the eye and sends t
Family Owned Furniture Company to Move Into Former Prescott Valley Kmart
Pruitt’s Fine Furniture Working Toward Early March 2019 Open Date, To Hire Around 20 Employees. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
Traffic Stop Leads to Recovery of Stolen Weapon, Methamphetamines
An early morning traffic stop yielded drugs from a Chino Valley pair. On December 12, 2018 at approximately 7:37 AM, Prescott Police Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 1200 block of East Gurley for a registration violation. Officers contacted the driver of the vehicle, 31 year old Jimmy Penner
Prescott Regional Airport reaches 8,600 passenger enplanements
In the City of Prescott’s ongoing effort to reach the 10,000 mark for passenger enplanements by the end of 2018, the Prescott Regional Airport has now reached the 8,600 mark.
Prescott Regional Airport Weekly Enplanement Update
PRESCOTT, AZ (December 14, 2018) – Prescott Regional Airport is providing weekly updates on recent enplanements, and predictions for the next milestone, based on the current data.
City aims to make downtown events safer
Parade-goers and New Year’s Eve revelers can rest assured: Ongoing efforts continue to improve the safety of events in downtown Prescott. Already, a series of bollard barriers, temporary “Jersey barriers,” and garbage trucks are being used to ensure that events such as the Prescott Christmas Parade
Yavapai County officials arrest man who they say threatened to 'shoot it out' with deputies
Yavapai County sheriff's deputies arrested a man who held a hostage and threatened to "shoot it out" with the lawmen early Wednesday morning, according to a sheriff's news release.
PANT continues effort to rid Yavapai County of Fentanyl Drug Plague
FENTANYL DEALER ARRESTED - Over the past several months, Partner’s Against Narcotics Trafficking detectives (PANT) received information identifying 53-year-old Prescott Valley resident Todd Bearden as a dealer of fentanyl pills and powder in Yavapai County. Bearden was known to purchase fentanyl lac
Upcoming coyote-killing contest draws ire from Arizona town, animal-rights groups
A tournament this weekend in central Arizona that rewards the team that kills the most coyotes has some communities on edge. Call-in the Country, a group dedicated to predator hunting, is hosting its annual Santa Slay Coyote Tournament on Saturday and Sunday somewhere in central Arizona. While coyot
Market Made Easy with the Maxwell Group: Update on City of Prescott Happenings
Learn about the present and the future of Prescott with Carissa Maxwell, Kellen Hoskins and guest, City Manager Michael Lamar!. Carissa Maxwell and Kellen Hoskens sit down with City Manager Michael Lamar, who spills the goods on all kinds of topics. If you care about what’s happening in the City of
Yavapai County Academy Graduates 22 Cadets for 11 Arizona Law Enforcement Agencies
Academy based at Yavapai College Bestowed Badges on 22 Men and Women During A Graduation Ceremony on December 13th. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
Enchanted Christmas is up and running
Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights hasn’t disappeared, it simply relocated to Depot Marketplace in downtown Prescott at 377 N. Montezuma St, Suite 101 right behind the Chipotle and Starbucks.
Alleged Fentanyl dealer and 2 others arrested by PANT
Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking detectives (PANT) have made more drug arrests, including two involving fentanyl. Over the past several months, PANT received information identifying 53-year-old Prescott Valley resident Todd Bearden as a dealer of fentanyl pills and powder in Yavapai County, ac