State senators gave final approval Monday afternoon to letting Arizona schools spend the money they've already been allocated for this budget year.
The federal government has donated at least $6 million worth of leftover border wall materials to Texas, which will use them for the state’s plan to build its own wall.
A small, remote northern Arizona town where a polygamist group used to be dominant makes few headlines these days. But that doesn’t mean it’s been entirely forgotten.
One word caught the ear of a young priest a few years ago when his father shared a video of his 1990 baptism at a suburban Detroit church.
Congratulations to Prescott Valley Human Resources Manager Jamie Buckman, who on Monday, Feb. 14, received a 15-year service award from the town.
During the week that started on Sunday, Feb. 6 — the latest for which data is available — the Chino Valley Unified School District had no students test positive for COVID-19 and none were placed under quarantine, according to the COVID-19 Dashboard.
The wildlife study series with Heritage Park Zoo begins Wednesday, March 16 and continues through the end of the month.
Diane Franzese, director of Honor Flight Arizona, accepts a check for $7,882 from Sherrie Hanna, president of the Republican Women of Prescott (RWOP).
Prescott Valley Town Council this month unanimously approved two housing developments, including a 32-home site southeast of the Viewpoint subdivision and a 50-home site in Mingus West north of Highway 89A and Old Fain Road.
A budget report that will mark the first half of the current fiscal year, as well as a kickoff of the review for the coming year, will be among the issues that the Prescott City Council will consider on Tuesday, Feb. 22.
While COVID-19 and an industrywide pilot shortage combined to keep 2021 passenger numbers at the Prescott Regional Airport a bit behind the pre-pandemic year of 2019, totals this past year were significantly higher than those of the pandemic year of 2020.
Former state Senate Minority Leader David Bradley died Saturday. He was 69.
Doug VanBenthuysen is a former English professor at the University of Mexico and professional technical writer who in his early adult years spent time in the United States Navy.
Governor Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset today, Feb.20, 2022, in honor of former Senator David Bradley, a long-time public servant who passed away today.
When was the last time you had to deal with logarithmic expressions? Worked with polynomials and radical expressions?
Bistro St. Michael reopened on Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott Feb. 16, nearly two years after temporarily closing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a renovation and a retooling of the menu.
Yavapai College and its Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will join Moonshot at NACET in playing host to the final AZ Pioneer Pitch Competition Tour event — an entrepreneurship contest similar to ABC’s “Shark Tank”— on Friday, March 25.
Alta Vista Senior Living Community is excited to announce that Maggie Greenwood was promoted to the role of regional operations director and Danielle Wiese has accepted the position of executive director.
An Arizona bill to prohibit government agencies from contracting with firms that refuse to do business with firearms companies received strong support this week from majority Republicans on a state House committee but generated tough criticism from the banking industry.
Through a federally funded program, each adult in the US is eligible for up to three free N95 masks. Unlike the free at-home COVID-19 rapid tests, you cannot order free N95 masks online.