April 7, 2022


Avoiding a Home Rental Scam

On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, at about 2:00 pm, Prescott Valley Police Department was notified of a rental scam. The victim reported he found a home to rent online. He reviewed all the online information and decided the home was a perfect fit for his needs. The rental appeared to be a great deal at


Easter Eggstravaganza at the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary April 17th

Visit Heritage Park Zoo for our annual Easter Eggstravaganza. Special Easter treats for the animals, fun photo spots and prizes for the “eggsperts” who complete the zoo-wide egg hunt! This year we also have a NEW-Kiwanis Egg hunt, for ages 5 and under at 11am, 1pm & 3pm. (Candy Bags available while supplies last.) Event


Yavapai CASA for Kids Raises over $50,000 for Local Foster Youth on AZ Gives Day

Photo: Yavapai CASA for Kids Staff and donors Thanks to 93 donors, Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation (YC4KF) was able to raise $55,482 for the area’s most vulnerable youth during Arizona Gives Day; the largest day of charitable giving in the state. “Out of 915 organizations that participated in AZ Gives Day, our foundation raised


City of Prescott to host Fair Housing Workshop – April 27, 2022

9 a.m. to 12:00 pm In Person or via Zoom The City of Prescott,  in collaboration with Southwest Fair Housing Council will offer a Free Fair Housing 101 Orientation & Refresher training in person and via Zoom on April 27 from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Through examples contained in scenarios, questions and interaction, attendees


Opinion: How Inflation Can Affect Car Insurance Rate – Inside Sources

The effects of inflation facing companies and consumers alike may also cause your car insurance rates to rise when it is time to renew your policy. Like many other financial obligations, car insurance is an expense that’s facing pressure due to disruptions caused by the pandemic and its economic effects. According to industry and media


Critics doubt administration ready for fallout from ending Title 42 – Cronkite News

Photo: Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Gilbert, called the Biden administration’s plan to end Title 42, a pandemic-era rule that has been used to turn away 1.7 million migrants for health reasons, a “reckless decision.”  For immigration advocates, the end to Title 42 couldn’t come soon enough, but critics warned this week that it’s coming too soon

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