SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Ready for First Launch

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft—designed to fly astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil—is ready for its debut flight on the company’s Falcon 9 rocket. It is a first-of-its-kind test mission of a commercially-built and operated American spacecraft and rocket designed for humans. The Demo-1 uncrewed flight test, targeted to launch March 2, will demonstrate the company’s ability to […]

Celebrating Their 57th Year, Watters Garden Center to Host Tri-City Chambers of Commerce Mixer April 17th at 5:00pm is Co-Host to the Event

Nature and Networking! Watters Garden Center believes local business can change the world! On April 17, business owners, managers and those interested in finding out more about our local Tri-City Chambers of Commerce are invited to mix and mingle from 5-6:30 pm. The event will is held at Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott. April 17, 2019, […]

Reel Film Nerds Episode #92: Tributary- “Velvet Buzzsaw”

Movie Review Podcast

Happy National Chili Day! Do yourself a favor head down to Phoenix, catch a spring training baseball game, and grab a chili dog. I know Mike and Matt would if they didn’t have jobs. Back to the topic at hand, today the boys swim upstream and catch the Netflix original Velvet Buzzsaw. Bonus annoying topics include snow beer, the art […]

iChoose Academy at Glassford Hill Middle School to Host Open House

iChoose Academy Open House to Take Place on Thursday, March 7th from 5:30-6:30 pm.

The iChoose Academy, a 21st-century learning experience, is a personalized learning community  (7th and 8th-grade) on the campus of Glassford Hill  Middle School. The program features a flexible learning environment with a variety of seating options, 1:1 technology, and a relevant, project-based curriculum that emphasizes the 5 Cs: critical thinking, communication, creativity,  collaboration, and compassion. Our students are encouraged to […]

City of Prescott Seeks New Board and Commission Applications for the Pedestrian, Bicycle & Traffic Advisory Committee

The City Council Subcommittee for Appointments is now accepting applications for citizens who are interested in serving on the Pedestrian, Bicycle & Traffic Advisory Committee for an immediate vacancy with term expiring September 2019. Appointments will be made as soon as possible. The city is currently seeking applications for the following Pedestrian, Bicycle & Traffic Advisory Committee: Boards, commissions and […]

Prescott Area Leadership Announces 2019 Finalists for Quad-City Man Woman & Youth Leadership Awards

Prescott Area Leadership (PAL) has released the names of finalists for their 2019 Leader of the Year Awards. “While all of these outstanding individuals have made impressive contributions to the community, only one will be selected in each category: Man, Woman, Male and Female Youth Leaders of the Year,” explained PAL president, Patt Parker. Residents of the quad-city community are […]

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Community Health Center of Yavapai (CHCY) Technology Project Manager Debra Kudelka-Beavers Receives 2019 Innovation Award

Debra Kudelka-Beavers, the Community Health Center of Yavapai (CHCY) Technology Project Manager has been awarded the 2019 Arizona Alliance for the Community Health Centers Innovation Award. Debra received this award for her work in introducing new technology to the CHCY in an effort to reduce errors, streamline processes, and create a better customer service experience. Debra started at the CHCY back […]

SignalsAZ News In 60 – Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

Your Latest News and Weather in Seconds!

This is the 60 second SignalsAZ news video segment for Wednesday, February 27th, 2019. #NewsIn60 Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent Dan Streeter Honored for Graduating from the AASA National Superintendent Certification Program at AASA’s National Conference on Education Dan Streeter, Superintendent at the Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD), was among the nearly 40 superintendents and other administrators recognized for successfully […]

Tri-Chamber After Hours Mixer hosted by Watters Garden Center

Nature and Networking! Watters Garden Center believes local business can change the world! On April 17, business owners, managers and those interested in finding out more about our local Tri-City Chambers of Commerce are invited to mix and mingle from 5-6:30 pm. The event will is held at Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott. Connecting small businesses Read more […]

J. A. Jance Author Talk & Book Signing

Join us for J. A. Jance. Author talk and book signing of her latest Ali Reynolds novel “The A List”. Sunday, April 7th, 3-5pm in the Library Auditorium. For more info call 928.759.3040. Sunday, April 7, 2019 3-5pm Library Auditorium Questions? Call 928-759-3040

NAIL IT -with Tom & Sandy “Cabinets”

Tom and Sandy cover Cabinets!

Welcome to NAIL IT with Tom and Sandy. As we always are, Tom and I are happy and enthusiastic and maybe a little wound-up to give you the inside scoop, what’s up, what’s down and what’s hot on cabinets this month. [kab-uh-nit]. Noun – a piece of furniture with shelves, drawers, etc., for holding or displaying items: a curio […]

Town of Prescott Valley and Franklin Phonetic School Agree to Settlement

Town Hopeful for new, positive directions

Several years of litigation in several forums involving parking and other property issues related to Franklin Phonetic School have now concluded based on a settlement approved by the Prescott Valley Town Council. Town Manager Larry Tarkowski announced that the Council had agreed to accept the most recent counter-offer from Franklin after consulting in executive session Tuesday with legal counsel. On […]

The Foundation for Blind Children’s Eighth Annual Stride for Sight is Blazing New Trails

Dorn Homes is Once Again Proud to Be the Presenting Sponsor of the Foundation for Blind Children’s Annual Stride for Sight

The Foundation for Blind Children’s eighth annual Stride for Sight is blazing new trails. More than 500 participants running and walking are anticipated for a great cause that supports more than 2,000 blind students every year. There’s still time for you to participate! Dorn Homes is once again the presenting sponsor of the Foundation for Blind Children’s (FBC) annual Stride […]

Jewish Community Foundation Grants

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Prescott Opens Grant Cycle

Local charities can apply today for grants ranging from $1000.00 to $20,000.00

The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Prescott announced it is now accepting Community Grant applications for 2019. Applications will be accepted until April 8th with the recipients being named in late May of 2019. Each year the Jewish Foundation provides funding to charitable community organizations through its grants application process. In the past fifteen months, the Jewish Foundation awarded more […]

Local Environmental Non-Profit Celebrates Anniversary with Community Celebration and Fundraiser

March 31st marks the two-year anniversary of G.E.M. Environmental (GEM)– a scientific non-profit headquartered in Prescott, which brings educational resources to underrepresented students through scholarships, internships, and field experience within the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, math). GEM is actively engaged in the conservation of public lands and provides data collection services, environmental monitoring/maintenance, and remediation for potentially hazardous sites. […]

100 Years: Grand Canyon National Park Celebrates the Past, Readies for The Future

GRAND CANYON VILLAGE – It’s a cold winter night along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, and as she shuffles through the fresh snow, Abbie Smith can’t think of a better place to celebrate New Year’s Eve. As midnight strikes, the Mesa resident is overjoyed to be staying in the park that has reached its centennial year. She and […]

Humboldt Unified School District Student of the Week – Cade from Liberty Traditional School

Congratulation to Cade from Liberty Traditional School for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week! Cade is a sixth grade student at Liberty who continually displays his manners by always being respectful and courteous to those around him. Cade is a responsible, conscientious student who always pays attention in class, is self-motivated, and takes every opportunity to learn what […]

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Handheld Mobile Communication Device While Driving Grace Period Ends Friday, March 1st, in Prescott Valley

Penalties for Violating the Ordinance are $100 for The First Offense and up to $2,500 for any Subsequent Violations Within 12 Months of a Prior Offense

Prescott Valley Police Chief Bryan Jarrell wants to remind all vehicle drivers that the Town of Prescott Valley forbids the use of handheld mobile communication devices while operating a motor vehicle. Although this became effective January 19, 2019, Chief Jarrell conducted a six-week campaign to inform and educate the public by only issuing warnings. Effective on Friday, March 1, however, […]

With Strings Attached to play LIVE Saturday March 2nd at Rafter Eleven in Prescott Valley

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Watters Garden Spring Open House

Bring on Spring! Our Saturday Garden Class will be part of a weekend-long event including our plant experts and special guest speakers. Learn about the newest plants and then select your favorites from a huge selection of seasonal favorites. Free – Open House runs Saturday and Sunday during regular Business Hours with Plant Experts on hand both days.

Prescott Water Lantern Festival

Water Lantern Festival is an amazing experience where you’ll witness the magic of the lanterns as they light up the water. Tickets are on sale for the Prescott Water Lantern Festival. Get your tickets here before it sells out! Gates open at 4:30 pm. Enjoy food trucks, music and fun from 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm. The lantern launch will Read more […]

Phantom of the Opera Auditions

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Job Fair

The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Job Fair is Saturday, March 16th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is looking for you! Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings in their detention division. Don’t miss the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Job Fair on Saturday, March 16th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the detention facility on Commonwealth Drive in Camp Verde. Detention staff will be on site to answer all questions about […]

Verde Valley Community Cleanup to Take Place at End of March and Early April

Cleanup Will Be Open to Yavapai County Residents at No Charge on March 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 28th,29th, 30th, and April 4th, 5th, and 6th, 2019 from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, working with the Public Works Department, is pleased to announce a community cleanup in the Verde Valley. The cleanup will be at the Camp Verde Transfer Station, 2600 E. Hwy 260, 7 miles east of I-17. The cleanup will be open to Yavapai County residents at no charge on March 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 28th,29th, […]

Prescott National Forest Roads Are Not Maintained During Winter Months

The Prescott National Forest Reminds Visitors That the Forest Service Does Not Remove Snow or Plow Roads During Winter Months

Recent storms produced significant accumulation across Yavapai County, catching travelers off guard. This resulted in vehicles becoming stuck, being stranded, or sliding off of the road. In light of these events, the Forest Service urges travelers to exercise caution when traveling on Forest Roads during times when snow and inclement weather are possible. We encourage visitors to be prepared and […]

Yavapai County “Septic 101: Homeowner Education” Class

Yavapai County Development Services, Environmental Unit, in partnership with JT’s Septic would like to invite residents of Yavapai County to an interactive class on the basics of residential septic systems. Septic 101: Homeowners Education, will provide attendees with information on septic system care and maintenance from highly trained professionals, as well as answer some of the more frequently asked questions. Read more […]

Yavapai Exceptional Industries Celebrates 45 Years

Brad Newman of YEI Shares the Magic and Success of Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI)

Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI), with locations in Prescott and Prescott Valley, is celebrating 45 years of operation in 2019. YEI is a product and services organization providing opportunities for people with disabilities to work, earn a paycheck, and participate in their households and communities. Are you feeling it yet? If you don’t, just watch this video with Brad Newman. You’ll […]

Reel Film Nerds Episode #91: “Fighting with My Family”

Movie Review Podcast

Happy National Pistachio Day! Just digging trying to say something different than happy Tuesday again. It’s new podcast movie review day too. Today Matt and Mike review a heartwarming film about wrestling, Fighting with My Family. Off topics include Mike Talent’s 2020 bid for President, the Academy Awards, and Arizona’s Snowpocalypse 2019. Fighting with My Family is a fun and […]

Succulent and Cactus Container Design Class – March 8th 3:30PM at Watter’s Garden Center

Succulents are a great choice for container growing! Most are tough, drought tolerant, and will grow like gangbusters in a tight space with very little after-care. Students will learn how to create a container that brings warm color and texture to their homes even at the coldest time of the year. The class is free to onlookers, but the first Read more […]

Succulent and Cactus Container Design Class Repeated Due to Snowmaggedon – March 8th 3:30PM at Watter’s Garden Center

We had a few brave souls join us for this class just 2 days after Mother Nature dumped 28” of snow on us and a much larger number viewed the Livestream on our Facebook Class. Because Succulents are such a hot topic right now, we have decided to repeat this class and are begging Mother Nature for her cooperation. Succulents […]

Embry-Riddle Book Drive in Prescott Seeks Children’s and Young Adult Books

Book Drive Runs March 2nd - April 15th

Jacqueline Kennedy once said, “There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world– Love of books is the best of all.”  Starting March 2, in honor of Read Across America Day, members of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University will be sponsoring a book drive to benefit young readers. The books will […]

Collaboration and Technology Improve Storm Response by ADOT and National Weather Service

Through Challenges Solutions are Created

PHOENIX – As last week’s monster winter storm approached, leaders from the Arizona Department of Transportation and the National Weather Service watched conditions on traffic cameras along state highways and discussed how best to stage equipment and personnel while getting critical information to drivers. A collaboration between the agencies that grew out of this storm will have a National Weather […]

Weather Report: Monday, February 25th to Monday, March 4th, 2019

Fair and Warmer This Week

Last week, we had a rare snow event that left many snowed in. Below shows a GeoColor satellite image from our new GOES-West (GOES-17) satellite showing the heavy snow cover as viewed from space on Saturday after skies had become virtually clear of clouds. One can see that most of Arizona (including Tucson) had snow. Here are some official and […]

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Budget Update from AZ Senate President Karen Fann

One Billion More In Revenue Than Expected

More than 1 Billion in Revenues than Expected, Saving to a Rainy Day Fund to Support Educational Infrastructure and other Needed Initiatives – Expect More Updates. Video published on YouTube Feb 20, 2019. You can follow Senator Fann on Facebook at: Senator Fann’s Website:    

Park Avenue Theater in Prescott Presents Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. Alongside New Applause Program

Performance Dates - Thursday, February 28th and Friday, March 1st at 7:00pm, Saturday March 2nd at 2:00pm and 7:00pm.

Local to Prescott, Park Avenue Theater has grown over the years and has recently been given the new opportunity to perform at the Elks Theater in Prescott. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. is Park Avenue’s first production to be performed on the Elks Theater stage and they state they couldn’t be more excited! Park Avenue Theater has 40 talented and […]

Pot of Gold Music Festival 2019

Pot of Gold Music Festival 2019 returns for its 5th year with the biggest line up yet – Saturday’s line up is Lil Wayne, Jhene Aiko, Tinashe, Young MA, Doja Cat & Preme! This year’s festival will be held at Phoenix Steele Indian School Park and features for the first time, amusement rides and carnival games. There will also be Read more […]

Slipknot At Ak-Chin Pavilion

SLIPKNOT Tour This Summer with VOLBEAT, BEHEMOTH, GOJIRA Venue: Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin Pavilion Date, Time & Tickets: TBA


AKC STAR ⭐️ PUPPY CLASSES Vaccinations required this 6-week series is for all breeds not just AKC ,up to 1 year of age. It is aimed at socialization along with basic obedience training. Cost is $180.00 for all 6 weeks. Class will be held in Prescott Valley at the Tractor Supply on Eastridge and 69. February 23 rd we will have Read more […]

Grow Happy Healthy Succulents

Keep Succulents Alive by Learning Their Water Needs and Light Requirements - These favorite plants are surprisingly hardy

Succulents are popular for two simple reasons: they are beautiful and nearly indestructible. They have shallow roots that form a dense mat just under the soil surface. With thick, fleshy, water-storing foliage, stems, and/or roots they are especially adept at surviving harsh Arizona conditions. A fascinating variety of exciting succulent foliage and plant shapes abound: from paddle leaves, tight rosettes, […]

City of Prescott To Discuss Water Resources February 26th

Noted Expert Gary Woodard to Present to Council at Special Study Session on February 26 at 5:30PM at City Hall

The Prescott City Council will hear a presentation by water expert Gary Woodard, about the City’s water supplies and current and future demands at a special study session on Tuesday, February 26 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. Gary Woodard is Principal at Water Resources Consulting. Over the last six years, he has advised dozens of municipalities, private water companies, […]

Yavapai Humane Society Spay & Neuter Clinic Offers an Extra Day of Surgeries

Yavapai Humane Society’s Spay & Neuter Clinic will offer an additional day of low-cost surgeries. Beginning Friday, March 1st YHS will be doing surgeries, by appointment only on Wednesday’s, Thursday’s and NOW Friday’s. This change will allow YHS to accommodate approximately 30 more surgeries per week. The vaccination walk-in clinic will now be on Saturday’s ONLY from 8:00am – Noon […]

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Ducey’s Budget Would Add $56 Million to Day Care Subsidies for Low-Income Families

PHOENIX – When Gov. Doug Ducey released his multimillion-dollar budget proposal last week, he included $56 million in subsidies for day care, saying it would make such care more affordable for low-income families and expand its reach to about 29,000 children. “We’re going to move from the back of the pack to right in the middle, and then we’re also […]

City of Prescott Updated Trash Collection Schedule

Due to the recent snow event, the City of Prescott Solid Waste Division will resume collection services with the following schedule: RESIDENTIAL TRASH AND RECYCLING * Friday routes will be collected Monday * Monday routes will be collected Tuesday * Tuesday routes will be collected Wednesday * Both Wednesday and Thursday routes will be collected Thursday * Friday routes regular […]

City of Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli Rescinds Proclamation of Emergency

Snowstorm Dumped 20+ Inches in Downtown Prescott - Snow Removal Will Continue Through Next Week

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli today rescinded the Proclamation of Emergency, related to the snow event which took place in Prescott February 21 and 22. The proclamation, which was in accordance with ARS 26-311, and allows for the City to seek reimbursement if and when a State or Federal Emergency or Disaster Declaration is made. It also was designed to emphasize […]

Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent Dan Streeter Honored for Graduating from the AASA National Superintendent Certification Program at AASA’s National Conference on Education

PRESCOTT VALLEY–  Dan Streeter, Superintendent at the Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD), was among the nearly 40 superintendents and other administrators recognized for successfully completing the AASA National Superintendent Certification Program®, administered by AASA, The School Superintendents Association. The recognition ceremony was part of AASA’s National Conference on Education, Feb. 14-16, 2019, in Los Angeles, Calif. “AASA’s National Superintendent Certification […]

YCPAC Presents Presidio Brass

Yavapai College Performing Arts Center presents Presidio Brass, Friday, April 12 at 7:30 PM. Tickets from $25/adult, $10/youth. Come hear the future of brass instrumental music! This talented quintet’s innovative arrangements, peerless musicianship and distinctive sound has made them a favorite with audiences across the country and all over the world. Since forming in 2006, Presidio Brass has rocketed to Read more […]