Treating that special someone in your life to a delicious meal can be done any time of the year, but is especially poignant and romantic ...
Meet Trip, an approximately 8-month-old male Chihuahua.
Geo and Molly, purebred Boxers who adore one another, are in need of a home together. Both dogs love people and are affectionate.
Colleen is an orange-and-white tabby female, 10 years old. Her owner passed away and she was found with other cats that are also up for adoption.
Cora is about 1-1/2 years old with four babies all spayed and neutered.
Congratulations to Prescott Valley Human Resources Manager Jamie Buckman, who on Monday, Feb. 14, received a 15-year service award from the town.
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.
Oh, what a difference 10 years makes! In this space in 2012, we published this:
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.
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.
On March 7, the Yavapai County Education Service Agency will make available packets for anyone in the county who wishes to run for a seat on a school district Governing Board in the November election.
Additional workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as new vaccination mandates, have served to exacerbate an already cramped situation at the Yavapai County Community Health Center.
Prescott Valley officials on Feb. 14 announced that the 2022 primary election for mayor and two Town Council seats will be conducted on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
COVID-19’s long tentacles have touched every single area of our lives; our offices, local businesses and our homes are no exception. We have contemplated whether the art on our walls is Zoom-worthy. We have bought ergonomic desk chairs, as crashing on the couch with your laptop is comfortable for only so long.
State senators voted Wednesday to make more taxpayer dollars available to more parents to send their children to private and parochial schools.
For the first time in almost 15 years, the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board is ready to embark on a strategic planning process intended to help chart an educational path forward.
Nearly $2 million in jail staffing and operational costs, as well as a $716,000 addition to a contract for jail construction oversight, got the approval of the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors this week.
Can two communities co-exist and work together for the good of the area while still developing their own identity and proceeding in a positive direction for all our citizens? The answer is a resounding YES!
An Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association’s annual survey shows at least 6,347 positions needed to be filled for the 2021-22 year – further highlighting the ongoing teacher shortage that schools in Arizona face.