Every year, the library looks forward to planning and preparing for eight weeks of summer reading fun. The benefits to participating in a summer reading program are many, including helping kids to make reading a lifelong habit, maintaining and increasing reading skills, and generating interest in the library and books. For all these reasons and
May 19, 2021
Photo: Brieanna King along with team members from the Arizona Wranglers were at the inaugural basketball tournament MATFORCE, a primary prevention organization focused on stopping youth drug use before it starts, partnered with the James Family Prescott YMCA, Town of Prescott Valley, and Dignity Health | Yavapai Regional Medical Center to host a 3-on-3 basketball
The monthly Governing Board meeting of Northpoint Expeditionary Learning Academy was a little bit nostalgic for a few of the participants, as two new members were accepted to serve on the board. The school principal, Melissa Wagoner proudly introduced Cody Chewning and Grant Hettleman to the current board members and audience at a meeting at
On 05/17/2021 at approximately 2:48 p.m. Chino Valley Officers were notified by a citizen that David (DJ) Knight, an 18-year old Chino Valley resident was observed driving a white Ford F-250, with a thin blue line flag, on East Center Street near Chino Valley High School. David was wanted by Chino Valley Police Department for
The Prescott Valley Opener was held Saturday May 15, at the American Legion Park in Prescott Valley. Class A and Tournament Champion was once again Bruce Reid from Congress, followed by Clarence Jellema from Mesa in second. The Class B Champion was Joe Starika from Prescott Valley, followed by Gregg Reed from Dewey for second ,and Steve
Yavapai College District Governing Board Approves College Budget for 2021-2022; No Increase in Property Tax Levy or Tuition
The Yavapai College District Governing Board (DGB) approved the College budget for 2021-2022 today with a 4-to-1 vote at its annual budget adoption meeting. The approved budget does not include an increase in the property tax levy for Yavapai County residents, effectively lowering the total property tax in the county for the third consecutive year.