Saturday Non-Stop Air Service From Prescott to Los Angeles starts Dec 1st, Airport to Provide Weekly Enplanement Reports

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Non-stop Flights on SkyWest ( from the Prescott Regional Airport (KPRC) to Los Angeles (LAX) ON SATURDAYS begin December 1st. Great fares are still available for select travel days in December. You can book your flight by visiting or the United APP on your smartphone. Select Airport Code PRC for Prescott. Airport to Begin Providing Weekly Updates The Prescott Regional […]

NYE Masquerade Ball and Murder Mystery

Fusion of Movement is known for many things. Top notch instruction in fitness, dance, martial arts, cheer, archery, and theatre… We also put on the best and most innovative events in our huge 2100 sq ft suite “A”. Seeing a need for more events in our community we hope to wine and dine and entertain you with YOU starring in Read more […]

Winners of the ICE ICE BABY Sweepstakes!

Here are the WINNERS of the ICE ICE BABY Sweepstakes! Congrats to both! Each won 2 tickets to the Saturday’s event, World Championship Motorcycle Race, “Fire on Ice Evolution Tour”, at the Prescott Valley Event Center. You can get your tickets to the event at, 800-745-3000 or at the Prescott Valley Event Center Box Office. Jennifer Blake Woods – […]

Humboldt Unified School District Parent Forum Dec 6th, 530pm

Learn About Current Trends in Alcohol, Marijuana, Vaping and Opioids in our Community

Parents are invited to come and learn about current trends in regards to alcohol, marijuana, vaping and opioids in our community. We will also discuss ways to open up dialogue with our children about the dangers of these substances. Community agencies will be present to help guide discussions about these important topics. WHEN: DEC 6th at 530pm WHERE: 6411 N. […]

Events this Weekend Dec 1st – 2nd in Prescott & Prescott Valley

ICE RACING, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, CHRISTMAS PARADES, COURTHOUSE LIGHTING, POP UP MARKETS & MORE! We’ve got it going on in Northern AZ! ICE RACING SATURDAY DEC 1st at the Prescott Valley Event Center A Seussified Christmas Carol at the Prescott Valley Performing Arts Children’s Theater 36th Annual Christmas Parade, Prescott Dec 1st 64th Annual Yavapai County Courthouse Christmas Lighting Dec 1st […]

This Day in History, Nov 30 – The Battle of Franklin Tennessee

It was 154 years ago today that war came to the little Tennessee town of Franklin, on the road to Nashville, on November 30, 1864. Confederate forces of John Bell Hood fought Union troops under the command of John McAllister Schofield. After the smoke cleared, more than a thousand Confederate soldiers were dead, including five generals, all laid out on […]

Stuntman Brings Ice Racing Spectacle to Prescott Valley Event Center This Weekend

The 2019 Fire on ICE Evolution Tour Takes Place at the Prescott Valley Event Center on Saturday, December 1st at 7:30 pm

Ken Remer has been performing visually striking stunts for Hollywood’s biggest hits like Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and Rampage as well as on television shows like Prison Break for over 15 years. “It’s surreal… when I get on the set, we get treated just like the actors, get to interact with the actors,” said Remer, who also served as a volunteer […]

Prescott Valley Pop Up Market Dec 1st – 2nd

Pop Up Market PV and L&N Events Arizona will be hosting our Holiday Market and Charity Toy Drive for our local Yavapai Food Bank and the women and children’s shelter in Prescott. The event will be December 1st from 10am-3pm and December 2nd from 11am-4pm. We will have local crafters and small locally owned businesses displaying all of their holiday […]

Buy the Freshest Tree on the Lot and Keep it Fresh

It's Christmas Tree Season!

Preparing for the holiday shopping season at Watters has been crazy this week. It’s the annual mad rush to harvest, ship, unload, and set up hundreds of various holiday plants, trees, and poinsettias. Fully packed trucks hurriedly deliver trees, poinsettias, Christmas cactuses, amaryllises, fresh wreaths and garlands then run back to the farm and hurriedly reload for another trip. It’s […]

Reel Film Nerds Episode #67: “Widows”

Movie Review Podcast

Namaste everybody and welcome to your second RFN pod of the week! Today your hosts review Widows a slow burn Chicago based heist movie from director Steve McQueen starring Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, and Elizabeth Debicki. Mike does his best to keep Matt on topic and pretty much succeeds. Topics this episode go like this Matt hates Christmas, Mike is […]

The 2018 Corolla iM on Horsepower Auto Reviews

2018 Corolla iM Personality: A compact European meets the American twenty-something Best Gizmo: The price tag Most Annoying Feature: The steering…a little weak and disconnected MPG (as tested): 28 city, 36 highway Performance: On par with expectations Cars we smoked at stoplights: None. Seriously. 0-60: 8.8 seconds as tested How Fast Is That? Not great How Much? Base price is […]

ICE ICE BABY Sweepstakes – Win Tickets to the Dec 1st ICE Racing Championship at the Prescott Valley Event Center

Don't miss your opportunity to win tickets to the World Championship Ice Racing Event

Thanks to the Prescott Valley Event Center, we are giving away two pairs of tickets to the December 1st World Championship motorcycle race, “Fire on Ice Evolution Tour”! Motorcycles and ATV’s racing on ICE! What? Yeah, get ready for some ICE ICE BABY! HOW TO ENTER TO WIN: Go to the SignalsAZ Facebook Page and look for the ICE ICE […]

Trailblazing Lawmaker Ed Pastor Remembered as Tireless Advocate, ‘Legend’

WASHINGTON – Ed Pastor, a trailblazing Arizona lawmaker who was the first Hispanic from the state elected to Congress, died of a heart attack Tuesday in Phoenix, his family said. He was 75. Gov. Doug Ducey ordered flags in the state to be flown at half-staff for Pastor, whom he called “an Arizona trailblazer and public servant.” Pastor was a […]

With Snow in The Forecast, Drivers Should Prepare for Hazardous Conditions

With winter weather in the forecast starting Thursday, motorists should be ready to make smart decisions when it comes to high-country roads that can become slick with snow and ice. That includes being ready to put off travel while snow is falling so the Arizona Department of Transportation’s plows can clear highways. Snow can accumulate quickly, leading to slide-offs and […]

This Day in History, Nov 29th – Sand Creek Battle Massacre

It was 154 years ago today, the 29th of November, 1864, that Colonel John Chivington and his Colorado Mounted Volunteers attacked a Cheyenne and Arapaho village in the Colorado Territory. Chivington, a former Pastor and proud Nationalist, and Abolitionist, gave up his calling of the Church for a battlefield commission to fight the enemies of the Union. He sought to […]

Good Karma Tuesday: 10% of sales to High Country Humane

“Good Karma Tuesday” benefits High Country Humane On Tuesday, December 11th, Good Karma Tuesday will benefit High Country Humane. Ten percent of all sales will be donated and will contribute to improving the lives of lost and homeless animals in Coconino County. Paw Placement of Northern Arizona has been selected to run the Coconino County and City of Flagstaff animal Read more […]

January Oasis Computer Class – Exploring Google

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN – Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 E. Civic Circle Dr) is offering Exploring Google Tuesdays, January 15, 22 & 29 from 1-3pm Come explore some of the most helpful apps that Google offers. This course will introduce you to storing and backing up your files in Google Drive, finding your way around and viewing the world Read more […]

January Oasis Computer Class – Windows 10

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN – Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 E. Civic Circle Dr) is offering Windows 10 Saturdays, January 12, 19 & 26 from 9:30-11:30am Windows 10 represents a new approach to computing between devices for Microsoft. This course will walk you through the innovative changes introduced with Windows 10. Each student in a lab setting will learn the Read more […]

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Flu Update through November 24, 2018

346 confirmed cases of the flu in the State (compared with 791 last year), with most cases in Maricopa

Influenza activity is increasing at a local level – and at a slower rate than last year. There have been 346 confirmed cases of the flu in the State (compared with 791 last year), with most cases in Maricopa. Yavapai County has had only 7 cases confirmed at this point, however we seem to be experiencing staff out ill at […]

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GPREP Quarterly Board Meeting and Community Spotlight – Prescott Valley

Thursday, December 13th, 2018 2:00 pm-4:00pm

The Greater Prescott Regional Economic Partnership (GPREP) will be holding its quarterly board meeting and community member spotlight on Prescott Valley on December 13, 2018, 2PM – 4pm. The meeting will include presentations on the latest economic development efforts for the town of Prescott Valley from Ben Hooper, Economic Development Coordinator for the Town; Mike Parades, Director of Prescott Valley […]

Valley of Lights Annual Walk-Through Draws Over 2,000 People

The Valley of Lights In Prescott Valley Is Open Every Night Until December 30th

The calendar hasn’t flipped to December yet, but the holiday spirit is in full force as over 2,000 people strolled through the Valley of Lights on foot at Fain Park in Prescott Valley on Tuesday night, November 27th. The Valley of Lights is a one-mile stretch that features over 62 light displays and is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Chamber […]

A December To Remember At Memory Park

The Town of Chino Valley along with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce presents a December to Remember at Memory Park. Join us for a day of Christmas celebration December 8th from 10 am to dark. Santa will also be arriving by helicopter at 4 pm. There will be: Vendor Booths open at 10 am Christmas displays through the park Food trucks Read more […]

Chino Valley Community Choir Concert

On Saturday, December 8th at 2:00 the first annual concert will be held in conjunction with the Chino Valley Family Christmas. It is sponsored by the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce & the Town of Chino Valley. The entire community, schools, churches, businesses and surrounding areas are welcome to sing in the choir and attend this free event. Begin the 2018 holiday Read more […]

Nail It with Tom and Sandy Cover

NAIL IT with Tom and Sandy

Renovating a Home? Here's some good info on square footage costs.

Tom and Sandy provide an Intro to Nail It Today’s Topic “Square Footage Costs” – seems straightforward, but square footage costs can be misleading… Sandy: Square Foot costs. I receive numerous calls from homeowners asking the cost per square foot mostly for their homes. Tom: Great topic Sandy. Renovations also receives calls from folks wanting to know the costs […]

Debra R. Phelan Selected as Judge Pro Tem

Presiding Judge David L. Mackey is pleased to announce his selection of Debra R. Phelan as Judge Pro Tem effective January 7, 2019. This appointment will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Jeffrey Paupore, Division Pro Tem A. There were 11 applicants for this full-time position. After reviewing applicant qualifications and conducting interviews, the Selection Committee provided […]

Late Hustle Run Knocks Off NAZ Suns

Jawun Evans Scored A Career-High 33 Points to Go with Seven Rebounds, Four Assists and Three Steals

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. – For the third straight game, Northern Arizona Suns guard Jawun Evans had a career-best night, but a late run by the Memphis Hustle proved costly to the team. Evans tallied 33 points on 10-of-22 shooting, plus 11-of-12 from the free throw line, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals. For the third straight game, he notched […]

This Day in History, Nov 28 – The Big Three in Iran

It was 75 years ago today that the leaders of three nations, the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union, the Big Three, Allied in their fight against NAZI Germany, met to discuss the fate of Europe. The war had been going on since 1939, and now in November of 1943, with the Italians having already surrendered, the Allies […]

LOL – Get The Dog a Jacket and Yourself a Beer…

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Yavapai College Announces Forum Schedule for Three Finalists in School’s President Search

Yavapai County – Yavapai College has announced a schedule for open forums for each of the three finalists in the search for the College’s next President. All three candidates will hold an open session at both the Verde Valley and Prescott Campuses on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. On Wednesday, December 5, 2018, the finalists will meet with the College’s District […]

Hillside Canine Resort & Spa to Add Location in Dewey

Success of Dog Spa and Canine Training in Camp Verde leads to Expansion to Dewey - Humboldt

Hillside Canine Resort & Spa and Hillside K9 Academy, Northern Arizona’s “One Stop Dog Spot”, is a family owned and operated business out of Camp Verde, Arizona, just off I-17 at the Hwy 260 exit. Hillside’s successful canine care facilities are nestled in the foothills overlooking the Verde Valley, and offer luxury grooming, daycare, boarding and certified training services to […]

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Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas

On Saturday, December 15th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, join us at the Yavapai Humane Society Equine Center for an old-fashioned Cowboy Christmas. There will be entertainment, holiday vendors and food trucks. Photos with Santa & our mini horse- $10 Donation Hay Rides- $5 Donation Coffee, Cocoa, Hot Cider, Beer & wine will be for sale

Holiday Meet & Greet

Join New Horizon’s Disability Empowerment Center for their holiday meet and greet on Monday, December 3rd and Tuesday, December 4th from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. There will be holiday cookies, cider & eggnog.

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum Luncheon

On Monday, December 10, 2018, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm the Hotel St. Michael will be hosting the Republican men’s forum Luncheon.

The Art and Science of Building Trust by Building Connections

Retired U.S. Air Force colonel with 30 years of experience on both active duty and in the reserves as a leader, educator, facilitator, and aviator, Richard Tatem will be teaching “Who Can You Trust?” sponsored by the Honors Program. Where: DLC Auditorium When: November 28th, 2018 Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

The Ten Tenors’ Awesome Aussies Bring It “Home for the Holidays’” to Yavapai College

Want an entertaining twist on holiday fare? Spike your carols with a dash of Down Under this year, when The Ten Tenors: Home for the Holidays lights up the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center stage, Sunday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. As one of Australia’s greatest entertainment success stories, The Ten Tenors have combined stellar singing with unmistakable charm and Read more […]

Local Treasures and Special Guests Anchor Yavapai College’s “Messiah”

As the calendar flips to December, homegrown artists and esteemed professionals will gather to lend their voices and talents to a cherished holiday tradition. Share the moment when Yavapai College Performing Arts Center presents George Frideric Handel’s The Messiah, Friday night, December 1, at 7:30 p.m. The Messiah has become a Prescott tradition, bringing headline talent together with the very Read more […]

Eagles Dare Model Club’s Christmas Model Make & Take

Join us at the Prescott Valley Public Library for a free model Make & Take with Santa and Cookies. Children can build snap together airplanes, helicopters, and cars.

Reel Film Nerds Episode #66: “Green Book”

Movie Review Podcast

Welcome back kids for an amazing new episode! Today your hosts Mysterious Mike and Matt chat about a probable movie of the year, Green Book starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen. The guys really love this movie and cannot emphasize it enough. It really is a must see film. The hosts stay on topic most of the time, Matt talks […]

ASU’s N’Keal Harry Declares He Will Enter NFL Draft, Doesn’t Rule Out Playing in Bowl Game

TEMPE – After a stellar 3-year career at Arizona State, junior wideout N’Keal Harry announced Monday he will forgo his senior season and enter the 2019 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-4, 213-pound receiver is projected as a potential first-round pick. “First of all, I would like to say thank you to everybody in Sun Devil nation, the coaches, my teammates, all […]

Weather Report Monday, November 26th to Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Warm on Mon - Wed, But Colder, Windy and Showery Thu. - Sun.

A ridge of high pressure will bring warmer-than-normal temperatures Monday – Wednesday. However, two back-to-back troughs will move through the Southwest later this week. The first trough will bring increasing clouds and breezes on Wednesday, with windy, cooler, and showery weather on Thursday – Friday. Another colder trough will move through over the weekend, with a slight chance of rain […]

Prescott’s Competitive Cheerleading Team Places First In United Spirit Association (USA) Regional Cheer Competition

Quad City Storm Cheerleading Teams Finish with Near Perfect Scores In First Competition

The Quad-City Storm cheerleading teams traveled down to Estrella Foothills High School in Goodyear on November 17th to compete at a United Spirit Association (USA) Regional Cheer competition. According to Coach Melissa Bates, both the junior and senior age group teams took home first place in their divisions with nearly perfect scores. Bates stated the competition was the Quad City Storm’s […]

Prescott Regional Airport KPRC

Lower Fares Added through Dec 18th for Prescott – Los Angeles Route!

JUST ANNOUNCED – LOWER FARES ADDED from Prescott to LAX through December 18! In support of our Fly Prescott 10k campaign, United Express — operated by SkyWest Airlines – just lowered fares from Prescott (PRC) to Los Angeles (LAX) for new bookings only, for travel to/from LAX before 12/18! Book your LAX flight on or the United App. Lower […]

This Day in History, Nov 27 – Battle of the Washita River

It was 150 years ago today that the Washita River in Oklahoma ran red with blood. On November 27, 1868, Colonel George Armstrong Custer and the troopers of his 7th Calvary Regiment attacked a Cheyenne village on the Washita River, on the Oklahoma-Texas border, near the Panhandle. There has been much discussion among Historians about the aftermath of this battle, […]

YCSO Water Rescue on Verde River outside of Cottonwood, AZ.

Life Saved - Way to Go YCSO

On November 24, 2018, around 12:45 PM, YCSO deputies were dispatched to a call regarding a kayaker trapped in the Verde River near Thousand Trails Park just outside Cottonwood, Arizona. The 57-year-old woman, from out of state, had been knocked off her kayak and managed to get her leg stuck under a rock in a rough patch of moving water. […]

Prescott Valley Public Library – New Event – Monday Night Movie- Crazy Rich Asians (PG13)

Monday Night Movie at the Prescott Valley Public Library – Crazy Rich Asians (PG13) Join the Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 E. Civic Circle Dr.) on December 17th from 5:00-7:00pm for Monday Night Movies. This month we are showing “Crazy Rich Asians” starring Constance Wu, Henry Golding, and Michelle Yeoh. This contemporary romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller written Read more […]

Prescott Valley Holiday Stroll Through Valley of Lights Nov 27th

Stroll Through The Valley Of Lights On Tuesday, From 6 to 9 p.m in Fain Park

The Valley of Lights will be open to pedestrian traffic as the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts the 2nd Holiday Stroll through Valley of Lights on Tuesday, November 27 from 6 to 9 p.m at Fain Park in Prescott Valley off of 5th Street. “Every year we get asked by the visitors if there is a way to take […]

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Fly Prescott 10K Effort Taking Off at Prescott Regional Airport

Help Prescott Regional Airport Fly 10,000 Departing Passengers by Dec. 31, and the City Will Receive Federal Funds for Airport Improvements.

PRESCOTT, AZ (November 6, 2018) – An updated airport is within reach. But the City of Prescott and the Prescott Regional Airport need your help to book 10,000 departing passengers by Dec. 31. Once the airport reaches 10,000 “enplanements,” or travelers departing from Prescott’s Ernest A. Love Field via United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines, the City of Prescott will […]