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Town of Prescott Valley Departments to Answer Questions about Public Works, Police and Water/Wastewater during Cities & Towns Week | Signals AZ
The Town of Prescott Valley will offer tours and information about roads, public projects, police, wastewater and water supplies/recharge during Arizona Cities & Towns Week during October 21-27. The public is invited to bring questions and talk with Town staff about these areas of service.
Drug arrest leads to two men in Prescott Valley being jailed on multiple charges
After a drug arrest the night before, the Prescott Valley Police Department Criminal Investigation Section developed probable cause and executed a search warrant in the 7100 block of Sunrise Vista, according to a news release Thursday, Oct. 18.
Calendar of Events: Oct. 20-24
Prescott Farmer’s Market, 7:30 a.m. until noon, Yavapai College, 1100 E. Sheldon St. www.prescottfarmersmarket.org.
New Year’s Eve opening planned for Castle Hot Springs
As a part of ongoing restoration work, Castle Hot Springs’ Stone House, which is more than 100 years old, was rebuilt with the original stone blocks. It will serve as a chapel for weddings and meeting space for executive retreats. The historic resort is scheduled to reopen for New Year’s Eve 2018. (
1 person killed, 1 hospitalized after a shooting in Mesa Saturday morning
MESA, ARIZONA - According to the Mesa Police Department, one person was killed and another person has been hospitalized after a shooting early Saturday morning near Alma School and Broadway Road. When officials arrived on scene they found two adults with gun shot wounds and transported to the hospi
Downed plane lost power on new engine
After making an emergency landing two miles south of the Arizona Downs horseracing track and east of Fain Road Friday afternoon, Oct. 19, the pilot indicated they had just left the Prescott Airport, lost engine power and could not maintain altitude, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s media co
Hand-held cellphone ban for Prescott Valley drivers?
The Town Council will discuss the county ordinance as it might apply to Prescott Valley at its work-study meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, as well as a possible agreement with Humboldt Unified School District to purchase a parcel of land near Coyote Springs Elementary School on which to drill
Need2Know: All Things Fabulous! opens in Prescott; most popular AZ breakfast dish in Prescott; Hotshot tribute center still open at mall
“Upscale, classy yet the look of it all is the only thing expensive about it,” said owner Deirdre Maltby.
Former Prescott pastor receives three years probation for aggravated assault charges
Thomas Chantry, 48, was convicted of the two class 6 felonies in August after a five-week trial. The charges stem from incidents of Chantry disciplining children of the families in his congregation at Miller Valley Baptist Church so severely he left bruises and marks. These incidents took place betw
Police log: Two sudden, accidental deaths reported over two days in Flagstaff
At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, a man was found dead of what appeared to be an overdose inside his residence at 1924 N. East Street in Flagstaff.According to officers, the man's sister went to the house after not having seen her brother for a little over a week. Upon opening the do
Six seriously hurt in head-on crash at 27th Ave/Indian School Rd. in Phoenix
PHOENIX - Several people were seriously hurt after a head-on crash in Phoenix on Friday night. According to Phoenix fire, two vehicles crashed into each other head-on near 27th Avenue and Indian School Road. Fire crews said nine patients were involved in the crash, six of which are in critical condi
Jacks Furniture Shack in Prescott Valley to Have Grand Opening Ceremony | Signals AZ
PRESCOTT VALLEY- Jacks Furniture Shack is having their Official Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, October 19th, from 1-2pm at 8732 State Route 69. The ribbon cutting is open to the public. An array of complimentary food and beverages will be available.
Plane lands safely east of Fain Road; no injuries
A private airplane landed this afternoon, at about 3:30, Friday, Oct. 19, about 2 miles south of the Arizona Downs horseracing track and east of Fain Road on the edge of Prescott Valley.
Ash Fork man arrested for years of child sexual abuse
Detectives with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) initially received information about the ongoing sexual abuse in September, YCSO reported. An investigation was launched, during which the victim, now a young teen, provided specific details of the abuse to specially-trained sexual assault i
Calendar of Events: Oct. 15-16
Prescott Art Docents Free Public Talk: “Stories and Light from the End of My Brush” by local Western artist Steve Atkinson, 10:30 a.m., Prescott Center for the Arts, 208 N. Marina. prescottartdocents.net, www.steveatkinsonstudio.com.
Prescott’s oldest Mexican restaurant closes, ending 59-year run
“We’re closed,” the owner, Gary Denny, told a man and woman trying to enter through the front door.
Prescott Valley man falsely reports murdering ex-wife
Deputies with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) were dispatched to a reported homicide in the 9700 block of E Pronghorn Lane, Prescott Valley on Friday, Oct. 12, around 9:15 p.m.
Old Time Crime: Unsolved double mruder at Bumble Bee campsite in 2003
BUMBLE BEE, AZ - It was Friday, October 17, 2003, when 20-year-old Brandon Rumbaugh and his girlfriend Lisa Gurrieri, 19, took an overnight trip to a campsite near Bumble Bee, Arizona to lay out under the stars and celebrate their 1-year dating anniversary.
Ash Fork man wanted for stealing Jeep, fleeing from police
Just after midnight on July 9, Chino Valley Police Department officers alerted YCSO deputies that a black Jeep Wrangler had just been stolen from the Circle K store on Highway 89 and was likely heading north toward Paulden/Ash Fork. Officers identified the suspect as 46-year-old Charles Gregory Jone
3 accused of passing counterfeit $100 bills in Prescott area
PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) —Three Phoenix-area residents are accused of passing counterfeit $100 bills at a Prescott-area Costco store.Prescott police said 56-year-old Debra Hernandez, 52-year-old Robert Greves and 56-year-old Robert Kunard were arrested Monday on suspicion of charges that included forger