Yavapai College

Yavapai College Tuition & Fees Set for 2023-24

YC Remains One of the Most Affordable Higher Education Options in Arizona Tuition and fees at Yavapai College have been set for the 2023-24 academic year. The Yavapai College District Governing Board (DGB) approved changes to the College’s tuition and fees at its monthly board meeting on Tuesday. Yavapai College remains one of Arizona’s most

Proposed Fees

Proposed Changes to Recreation Fees Identified by the Prescott National Forest

Photo:  White Spar Campground The Prescott National Forest is proposing to charge new and increased fees at nine developed recreation sites. Many day-use sites, overnight camping sites, and other recreation sites are managed without user fees currently on the forest. The Prescott National Forest Pass and the full suite of interagency passes will be honored at these new Forest Service day-use


Customer Advisory about Third-Party Payment Websites – Arizona Department of Revenue

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) advises taxpayers to only make online payments through ADOR’s official payment website, AZTaxes.gov. For card payments, AZTaxes will redirect to Point and Pay, which is an approved payment card service provider. The Department has been made aware of third-party websites offering bill payment services to pay tax liabilities that result

Foster Children

State of Arizona, Grand Canyon University Partnership To Cover All Tuition, Fees, Room And Board For Foster Children

First-Of-Its-Kind Arizona Program Also Incorporates Support System For Foster Students Arizona foster children will receive a full scholarship at Grand Canyon University thanks to a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Arizona Department of Child Safety. The Fostering Futures Scholarships program, announced today by Governor Doug Ducey, DCS Director Mike Faust and GCU President Brian Mueller, covers all tuition,

Legal Beat

Arizona sheriff pleads guilty to operating boat while drunk

Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes pleaded guilty on Thursday to operating a boat while under the influence of alcohol and was sentenced to a year of probation and will spend two days in home confinement. The elected first-term sheriff said he deeply regretted offering to dock a boat for a friend while visiting Lake Powell