On the evening of Friday, August 27th, at 5pm, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office received a call that two hikers were in distress on Pine Mountain. YCSO Rescue 1 Helicopter, along with ground Search and Rescue (SR) teams were dispatched to locate the hikers who had been out on the trails most of the day. Rescue
September 1, 2021
The Chino Valley Annual Territorial Days Event is taking place this weekend, September 3 and 4, 2021. Organizers have added a few events to the annual celebration, including a free Movie in the Park on Friday night at Memory Park, located at Palomino Rd. and N Road 1 West, Chino Valley, AZ. This will feature
September is National Library Card Sign-up Month and Prescott Public Library wants you to know that this is the perfect time to register for a card. Library services are free and available to all Yavapai County residents. The library issues about 300 cards each month and has nearly 25,000 cardholders. Our goal is to make
National Forest System Road (NFSR) 354 is closed for public safety due to recent flood damage and washed-out sections of the road, which lies on portions of the Prescott and Kaibab National Forests. The closure will remain in place until repairs have been completed and the road is safe for public use. Currently, there is
For the Production Technicians at Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI!), every day of the week is exciting: they enjoy coming to work and helping their production partners. Thanks to several new partnerships with local companies, things at YEI! have gotten even more exciting. “There isn’t a lot of manufacturing here in town,” said Bill Loughney, YEI!
Attorney General Brnovich Leads Coalition to Stop Biden Administration’s Dangerous Immigration Policy
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is leading a coalition of 16 states to stop the Biden Administration’s so-called “Interim Guidance” which drastically and intentionally curtails enforcement of immigration laws. The policy dramatically halts nearly all deportations and immigration-related arrests, including for those convicted of dangerous aggravated felonies. Attorney General Brnovich and the coalition are asking the Fifth