Arizona Oncology

Arizona Oncology Expands Services as New Larger Location Opens in Prescott

Arizona Oncology, a premier provider of advanced cancer care across Arizona, is pleased to announce it is expanding services with a new, larger location in Prescott. The 23,000-square-foot facility will open on October 16 at 5430 Landmark Lane, Prescott. With this new addition to the practice, Arizona Oncology is thrilled to offer chemotherapy, diagnostic imaging,

Prescott Valley Police Department

Prescott Valley PD’s Michelle Woods Becomes Only Female Motor Officer in Northern Arizona

Michelle Woods graduated from Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy (NARTA) Class 48 in May 2020. Three years later, she has passed additional training and is now Northern Arizona’s first female motorcycle officer. Officer Woods moved to Prescott Valley with her family when she was nine. She said she hadn’t really planned to be a police

Healing Field of Northern Arizona

Sparklight® Associates Volunteer at Prescott Valley Healing Field to Honor 9/11 Victims

For the 11th consecutive year, Sparklight associates volunteered today to help install a display of nearly 3,000 American flags for the annual Prescott Valley Healing Field that commemorates the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Each flagpole contains information about an individual whose life was lost in the attacks, with additional items added

Prescott Western Heritage Center

Western Heritage Center Art Sale on September 15-16, 2023

Original Oil Painting by Gloria Mills Mark your calendars! The Western Heritage Center is excited to announce a fun free event taking place at the center Sept 15th and 16th, from 10 am to 5 pm.  The Center is at 125 S. Montezuma, Suite C. We will be offering some special pieces of art for sale, including

Healing Field of Northern Arizona

Flags to Fly at Prescott Valley Healing Field of Northern Arizona for 11th Year

Three thousand American flags will fly for the 11th year on Sept. 8-15, 2023, during Patriot Week at the Prescott Valley Civic Center. In 2012, Yavapai County Dist. 5 Supervisor Mary Mallory, then a Prescott Valley councilmember, spearheaded an effort to bring a Healing Field to the community to honor the lives lost in the

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