The Daily Courier would like to hear from people who have memories of helping to paint the “P” on Badger Mountain over the years.
Throughout the pandemic, the state government and Arizona’s hospitals have worked together to provide data critical to understanding and responding to the invisible enemy that is COVID-19.
A Senate panel voted Tuesday to provide $50 million to help cities and counties deal with the homeless.
Although construction revenues are down significantly in the current fiscal year, surges in Prescott’s retail stores, restaurants and bars, and hotels are more than making up for any downturns when it comes to sales tax revenues.
By Christmas time 2022, Prescott shoppers could look forward to paying 0.75% less in sales tax.
Harold L. Watters, the founder of the Watters Garden Center, which celebrates its 60th anniversary in Prescott this spring, is remembered as a kind, faith-led businessman with a heart for his adopted community.
YC names former officer James Tobin as new director of college alcohol, drug abuse prevention programs
Yavapai College has taken a bold step toward expanding and diversifying its substance abuse recovery and prevention offerings.
Three bodies have found in a vacant lot in west Phoenix and the deaths are being investigated as homicides, police said Tuesday.
The machine, with sharp teeth and a long metal rod, sounds like a kitchen blender, but this is far from your average appliance.
Arizona traffic deaths rose 18.4% in the first nine months of 2021 compared to the year before, far outpacing the national 12% increase in the same period, according to the latest numbers from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
An Arizona House committee on Monday approved a proposed law that would make it illegal to make video recordings of police in many circumstances after the Republican sponsor made changes he said were designed to address constitutional concerns.
Residential customers with Sparklight’s CableOne.net email must transfer their existing emails and contacts to a new provider as of today, Feb. 23, or face unrecoverable deletion of those emails, according to information on the company website.
The 2022 Gardner Family Teacher Scholarship educational endowment program GIFTS) is seeking prospective or displaced teachers to apply for one of their $3,000 minimum scholarships.
Do you have any spring home improvement plans? Whether you are planning a quick remodel or a complete home makeover… The Daily Courier wants to know!
“Financial Confidence for Widows” is a free Senior Connection Speakers Bureau live presentation to occur 12 to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 24 at American Lutheran Church, 1085 Scott Drive in Prescott.
Federal and local authorities are investigating the death of a man who was shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent late Saturday a few miles north of the Mexico border near of the Arizona town of Douglas.
United Animal Friends (UAF) is accepting applications for vendors, exhibitors and sponsors for Woof Down Lunch.
Republican lawmakers are moving to let voters throughout the state override the decision of voters in some cities to set their own minimum wage.
After a mostly dry winter so far this year, the Prescott area could see several inches of snowfall in the next several days.
With tears leaking from her eyes, the Coalition of Compassion and Justice Executive Director Jessi Hans announced Monday she is resigning her agency leadership position at the end of March.