On September 23, at 5:30 PM, Prescott Regional Communication Center received several 911 calls reporting a structure fire in the 1000 block of Leslie Street in Prescott. When crews arrived on scene, they found heavy fire and smoke conditions coming from the rear of the structure. Crews found heavy involvement to both the exterior and
On Thursday September 24, 2020 at about 1030 am the Prescott Police Department responded to a report of a two vehicle injury crash in the area of Pioneer Parkway and Commerce Drive. Upon arrival two victims were identified as the driver’s of the two vehicles and both had sustained injuries requiring them to be transported
MATFORCE, an anti-drug organization that educates and raises awareness about substance abuse issues, has a plentiful training schedule this Fall. With classes covering a diverse array of topics MATFORCE hopes to continue its legacy of providing quality trainings for community members with a slight adjustment. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and recommendations, our classes are now
Yavapai College (www.yc.edu) announced today that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected its UAS Drone Program for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems-Collegiate Training Initiative program or the UAS-CTI. “This opportunity is going to provide more exposure to our students and our program,” YC Aerospace Science Professor Matt Mintzmyer said, “which will ultimately lead to more
Gaile Harden, USMS (United States Master Swim) swimmer awarded for making the Top Ten in her 80-84 age group!
Gaile Harden, USMS (United States Master Swim) swimmer awarded for making the Top Ten in her 80-84 age group. Gaile won the award for short course yards swimming the 1,000-yard freestyle in February this year. Last year Gaile placed in the top ten in the 50, 100 & 200 Backstroke and 50, 100 & 200
We just completed our fifth week of school in Chino Valley Schools and a lot has happened over the last month. When school started on August 10th, all students started with At Home Instruction. On August 17th, some of our more severe and moderately disabled students began in person, on campus instruction. These students were