Fains Move to Clean Up Lynx and Rose Creeks

Love of the Old West, Independence and Gold Mining Still Alive, But Causing Health and Safety Issues

Northern Arizona is well known for its rich history deeply rooted in the old west complete with cowboys, homesteaders, farmers, ranchers and of course, gold miners. Recent developments in the Lynx and Rose Creek areas of Prescott Valley prove that history of the Old West is still very alive and well. Over the past several months, there has been a […]

Better Breathers Club Support Group Meeting

The next Better Breathers Club meeting is on Monday, May 13th, from 1-2 pm at the YRMC Wellness Center, Community Education Room, 930 Division Street in Prescott, across the street from the YMCA. The topic for the May meeting is What’s Driving You Crazy: Prescott Traffic. Please bring a dish to share for our last calendar meeting before we break Read more […]

Mother’s Day Masquerade Ball at Prescott’s Gateway Mall

Mother’s, aunt’s, grandma’s come out and celebrate with a special child in your life. All ages, lots of dancing, appetizers, dessert bar and photo booth! All for $20 for an adult plus their child ( any age) fun Mother’s Day event. Located in the Gateway Mall across from Buckle…must RSVP 928-499-8664

FREE CONCERT – Scandalous Hands Live Under the Stars Saturday May 4th

7pm - 10pm | Bring Your Lawnchairs & Coolers! | Entertainment District Prescott Valley

Free Concert! Live Under the Stars outside at Prescott Valley’s Entertainment District is Scandalous Hands playing on May 4th from 7pm-10pm Bring your lawnchairs and coolers for a beautiful night out under the stars to kick off the summer!  Scandalous Hands launches Prescott Valley’s Summer Concert Series on May 4th with 2 sets of music starting at 7pm at the […]

Top 3 Prescott Area Luxury Homes Sold In March And April Of 2019

ABC15 in Phoenix recently featured a Paradise Valley home on the market that is currently listed for $19,949,000. “Bella Paradiso” is a mere 20,000 square feet, boasting 6 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and the ability to garage up to 20 vehicles. While we don’t see properties of that magnitude every day here in our hometown area, we do have our own […]

Reel Film Nerds Episode #109: “Avengers: Endgame”

Movie Review Podcast

Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh it’s finally here! Avengers: Endgame!!! If you can’t tell we are crazy excited for this one. We are pretty sure you already watched it and a million reviews of the film on YouTube by now but guess what here is another one but from the podcast that literally ties every single […]

41st Annual YMCA Whiskey Row Marathon to Take Place Saturday, May 4th in Downtown Prescott

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Get ready to run! On May 4th, 2019, the James Family Prescott YMCA presents the 41st annual Whiskey Row Marathon – the oldest continuously run marathon in Arizona and one of the toughest in the US. Proudly sponsored by Yavapai Regional Medical Center. In the late 1800’s, booze poured freely down Prescott’s Montezuma Street, which came to be known as […]

Lincoln Elementary School in Prescott Named Yavapai Healthy School of the Year

On April 25th, the Yavapai Healthy School (YHS) Coalition presented the honor of Yavapai Healthy School of the year to Lincoln School Principal Karen Hughes in the cafeteria during lunchtime. Lincoln School was recognized for all the things staff and students do to promote “wellness” throughout the school every day. Mrs. Hughes asked students eating lunch in the cafeteria during […]

Slayer Preforming in Phoenix

98KUPD Official Presents: Slayer with Lamb of God, Amon Amarth & Cannibal Corpse May 2, 2019 Ak-Chin Pavilion Tickets go on sale Friday, December 14 at 10am Box, Suite and Season Tickets will be available at that time. Presale dates // Citi® Cardmember Presale: 12/11 at 10am VIP Packages + Official Platinum Presale: 12/11 at 10am Bandsintown Presale: 12/12 at Read more […]

Carnival of The Dead in Phoenix

Dia De Los Muertos! Señores, its time for skulls and sombreros as we celebrate the Day of the Dead with our Mexican inspired Festival! A unique combination of carnival, circus and clubbing! 💀 Skull Face Painting! 💀 🎉 Co2 Cannons & Confetti Showers! 🎉 🔥 Circus Acrobats & Fire Breathers! 🔥 🎪 Live Percussionists & Latin Parade Performers! 🎪 + Read more […]

Five Yavapai College Roughrider Baseball Players Named to All-ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Teams

For The Ninth Time in Yavapai College Baseball History, a Roughrider Was Named the ACCAC./NJCAA Region I Player of the Year

As voted on the by the conference coaches, five Roughrider baseball players were named to the All-ACCAC/NJCAA Region I Teams fort their efforts this year. Additionally, for the ninth time in YC baseball history, a Roughrider was named the ACCAC./NJCAA Region I Player of the Year. Freshman Christian Encarncacion-Strand was voted as the Player of the Year in the conference […]

Country Music Star Garry Allan Coming to Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley on Friday, July 26th

PRESCOTT VALLEY— Country music star Gary Allan will stop in Prescott Valley, AZ on Friday, July 26 at the Findlay Toyota Center for his 2019 North American tour. Allan has become a force on the country music scene, all while remaining true to his artistic voice each step of the way during his twenty plus year career. With the allure […]

Weather Report: Monday, April 29th to Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Monday Should Be The Only Precipitation For The Coming Week

Monday’s low pressure system should bring showers and the possibility of thunderstorms to most of northern Arizona today. Some of these storms may produce hail at higher elevations and gusty winds later Monday afternoon and early evening. The remainder of the work week should be dry with a steady warming trend through to Saturday. ___ Embry-Riddle offers an undergraduate bachelor-of-science […]

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Sarah Ann Lesslie, Owner of Chocolita in Sedona, Wins First Place at the Moonshot AZ Pioneer Pitch Event

SEDONA, Ariz. — Winning first place at the Moonshot AZ Pioneer Pitch event, Sarah Ann Lesslie—owner of Chocolita in Sedona—handmakes raw chocolates with wild-crafted ingredients. On April 11-13, 2019, Sedona and Verde Valley entrepreneurs competed for cash, scholarships, and prizes while working with mentors to improve their pitch and business development. What led Chocolita to this win? Lesslie studied with […]

NAIL IT with Tom & Sandy “Spas”

Tom and Sandy Put The Ahhh in Spa 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua6nWNHlXDE Welcome to NAIL IT with Tom and Sandy” and this month we have Helena Kasten, owner of AZ Hot Tubs joining us. So keep reading, ease into a spa that features state-of-the-art hydro massage jets, unwind in a hot tub with tranquil LED lighting and waterfalls, melt away tension with […]

FREE Concert – Scandalous Hands Sat. May 4th Under the Stars!

Bring Your Lawnchairs and Coolers, Sat May 4th, 7pm-10pm as Scandalous Hands kick off the Summer Concert Series in Prescott Valley’s Entertainment District! Grab a meal earlier in the evening in Prescott Valley’s Entertainment District and then swing by with your lawnchairs and coolers for a night under the stars as Scandalous Hands plays music from The Beatles and Led Read more […]

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Weekly Wags – Micha is Up for Adoption!

Check out Micha on this segment of Weekly Wags. Then, go out the the Yavapai Humane Society in Prescott, on Sundog Ranch Road and check out all the dogs and cats up for adoption. All of our Weekly Wags adoption videos are made possible by Musgrove Drutz Kack and Flack, PC – our great lawyers of Prescott!    

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Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance Youth Program Builds Skills, Confidence and Community

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The Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance (PMBA) pulled together a perfect combination of fun, learning and mentorship for their first annual PMBA Youth Program last spring and summer. Young riders of all experience levels benefitted. Blue Taylor has been riding a pedal bike since age three. Now almost 12 years old, Blue rode in the 15 Proof Whiskey Off-Road Fun Ride […]

Reel Film Nerds Episode #108: Legacy- “Fight Club”

Movie Review Podcast

We are in the Endgame now listeners! Wow, bet you can’t tell that we are excited for a certain movie that is coming out tonight! To go along with this epic film we have another epic film from the late 90’s, Fight Club! Special topics today include Mike’s hate then love of Pitt, sweet tea or regular ice tea, and […]

Findlay Toyota Center to Host 2019 Mile High Professional Bull Riding on Saturday, April 27th

Doors open at 6:00 p.m

For the eighth consecutive year, the PBR will make a stop at the Prescott Valley Event Center in Prescott Valley, AZ. The Mile High PBR, presented by Yavapai Bottle Gas, Coors Light, Lamb Chevrolet, Prescott Tire Pros, the Center for Physical Excellence, and Prescott Auto Body, will take place on Saturday, April 27th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at just […]

ADOT’s Free AZ 511 App Helps You Plan Your Route and Save Time

PHOENIX – Whether your trip is across town or to the other end of the state, a free AZ 511 mobile app now available from the Arizona Department of Transportation helps you plan ahead and save time. A companion to the recently enhanced Arizona 511 Traveler Information website, AZ511.gov, and the 511 phone line, the app for iOS and Android […]

City of Prescott Launches Online Records Search Portal

The City of Prescott has partnered with Laserfiche Document Management to bring public records to your fingertips through its public search portal on the City of Prescott website. Citizens may search public records like Agendas, Minutes, Resolutions and Ordinances. While document searches will now be available to the public, should there be records citizens are unable to locate, Public Records […]

“Vision of Vets” Connecting Veterans and Youth Through Technology

Vision of Vets Utilizes Live Portrait Technology to Deliver Veterans' Stories to Schoolchildren, Including Story of WWII Code Talker Roy Hawthorne Who Recently Died in April 2018

Over the past few years, individuals have been able to do a number of remarkable things utilizing mobile phones. Vision of Vets, a non-profit 501(c)(3) based in Prescott Valley, is using this continually evolving multimedia platform to keep the stories of America’s heroes alive while connecting with the youth of the country through live portrait technology. Giving Back to Veterans […]

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary Celebrates Community Appreciation Day with Free Admission for All

Saturday, May 4th is Community Appreciation Day at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary! To say “THANK YOU” to the community for their support, admission to the Sanctuary on this day is FREE! Gates will Open at 9 AM and close at 5 PM. This is a great time to bring your family and experience your local zoo with our 200+ plus […]

Yavapai County Community Emergency Response Team Seeking New Members

The Yavapai County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is looking for members committed to helping others. CERT provides training on how to deal with disasters, and civil emergencies. You will learn how to triage one or more victims, treat victims until emergency help arrives and take care of yourself and your family when emergency services are unavailable. Community Emergency Response […]

Reel Film Nerds Episode #107: Legacy – “Cloud Atlas”

Movie Review Podcast

Well it’s another Tuesday and that means another pod. Matt decided he didn’t want to leave our faithful listeners without a pod for today so he recorded a solocast. He actually didn’t have to work this weekend and decided to watch way too much Netflix including a film he has been trying to see for years, The Wachowskis’ epic Cloud […]

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Applications Being Accepted For A Vacancy On The Yavapai County Superior Court

Applications are being accepted for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Yavapai County that will be created by the retirement of Judge Patricia A. Trebesch on July 31, 2019. The Office of the Governor will review applications and interview selected applicants for the vacancy, and Governor Doug Ducey will appoint the new judge pursuant to Article VI, Section 12 […]

Yavapai County Search and Rescue ‘Backcountry Unit” Receives a Generous Donation from Findlay Subaru Prescott and Subaru of America

Findlay Subaru Prescott and Subaru of America presented Yavapai County Search and Rescue Team (YCSRT) ‘Backcountry Unit” (BCU) with a check in the amount of $19,858.00 on Wednesday, April 17, 2019.  “I am extremely thankful to Findlay Subaru and Subaru of America for this donation,” Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher said. “Our rescue teams provide an invaluable resource to this […]

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Town of Prescott Valley Council Agenda – Thursday, April 25th, 2019

Meeting Starts at 5:30 pm in the Prescott Valley Public Library Auditorium at 7401 E. Skoog Blvd.

Below is the agenda for The Prescott Valley Town Council Meeting set for Thursday, April 25th, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. meeting in the Prescott Valley Public Library Auditorium. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. INVOCATION 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 4. ROLL CALL 5. PROCLAMATION a. Kids to Parks Day b. National Water Safety Month c. A Day of Celebration of Literacy […]

Yavapai College Softball Sweeps, Baseball Splits

The Roughrider softball team swept a key ACCAC Division I doubleheader Tuesday afternoon, April 23rd, at Bill Valley Field over the visiting Gila Monsters from Eastern Arizona College, 2-1 and 12-9. Yavapai College is now 43-9 on the season and 34-8 in conference play. Eastern Arizona College falls to 27-26 overall and 23-21 in league action. The first game was […]

Census: Maricopa County – Again – Saw Country’s Biggest Population Gains

WASHINGTON – Maricopa County again saw the largest population increase of any county in the nation last year, adding 81,244 residents to make eight straight years of gains, according to figures released last week by the Census Bureau. The county was the driving force behind a 122,770-person increase in Arizona’s population, which hit 7.17 million last year, according to the […]

Brave The Games Gaming Festival To Benefit Yavapai College Emergency Food Pantry

The Yavapai College I AM YC Club has a compelling reason for everyone to spend a Saturday playing their favorite games; the club’s hard-fought battle against dream killers. By battle we mean prevention and by dream killers we mean the financial emergencies and empty cupboards that sometimes convince students to give up their career dreams to focus on paying bills […]

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Join Your Community In The Prescott Valley Days Parade

Join the parade on Saturday, May 11 at 9 a.m

The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club is taking applications for the 41st annual Prescott Valley Days parade to be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 11. The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club has been the proud host of the parade for 25 years. The parade chairman for this year is Lion Bruce Killen. The parade route is […]

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Yavapai County Attorney Honors Outstanding Employees During Annual Luncheon

The Yavapai County Attorney’s Office recognized outstanding attorneys and staff during its Annual Luncheon held in March. Attendees also enjoyed a keynote presentation by Joanna Burton from the Arizona Softball Hall of Fame, who regaled the audience with Arizona’s softball history and tales of the early days. County Attorney Sheila Polk expressed her appreciation to the office during the luncheon. […]

Badgers Girls Tennis Headed to Quarterfinals of State Playoffs

The AIA Division II Quarterfinal Match Between Prescott High School and Thunderbird Begins at 3:00 pm on Tuesday, April 30th, at Prescott High School

The Prescott High School girls tennis team didn’t need doubles to beat the Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks on Tuesday, April 23rd, as the AIA Division II #3-seeded Badgers beat the #14-seeded Nighthawks 5-0. Prescott High School advances to the quarterfinals against #6-seed Thunderbird on Tuesday, April 30th at Prescott High School. “I’m glad that we performed today (Tuesday) and the girls […]

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FREE Admission, Prizes awarded for Best Hats and Best Dressed Couples, Red Carpet Photos

Celebrate the Kentucky Derby in grand southern style at Arizona Downs. Guests can sip mint juleps, enjoy performances by Barbershop Quartets, feast on delicious southern fare, and watch and wager on the most prestigious horse racing event of the year. Get in the spirit of the day by wearing your best Kentucky Derby apparel. Prizes will be awarded to the […]

Arizona March For Medical Freedom

Stay tuned for details and information on speakers. Official color is Yellow. This rally coincides with similar marches taking place in multiple states and at our nations capitol in D.C. The purpose of the Arizona March for Medical Freedom is to take a stand together to protect our rights to make medical decisions as we see fit for ourselves and Read more […]

Bubble Bash

Soak up the fun amongst millions of bubbles throughout The District at Desert Ridge Marketplace. Enjoy bubble discovery stations Create a masterpiece of bubble art Run through the Splash Pad Foam Zone Enjoy live entertainment by Funergy- Events, Promotions, and Entertainment for your business 1000+ beach ball drop by KidsPark (Scottsdale) – Be sure to snag one to take home Read more […]

Third Annual Phoenix Children’s Festival

Third annual festival will bring even more “fun” to families and children throughout the Valley. Info on Sponsorship and Vendor opportunities at www.phoenixchildrensfestival.com

Iron Maiden – Legacy Of The Beast Tour 2019

Iron Maiden – Legacy Of The Beast Tour 2019 with The Raven Age September 17, 2019 EVERYONE NEEDS A TICKET, INCLUDING INFANTS Floor is General Admission/Standing Room Only. Chairs will not be on the floor. Authorized mobility devices, for those with disabilities, are allowed on the floor. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 16 at 12pm! Ticket prices $44.75 – Read more […]

Cinco on Central with Lil Jon

Let’s Taco ’bout Cinco de Mayo This year, gather your amigos for a fiesta as Chico Malo and Copper Blues take over the streets for the 2nd annual Cinco on Central Block Party in Downtown Phoenix. Be ready to Turn Down Por Que while we celebrate all things Mexico with DJ’s, live musicians, dancers, artists, giant beer bong, a hot Read more […]

Jeff Dunham in Phoenix : Passively Aggressive

Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Mon, 1 Oct 2018 at 10:00 AM Jeff Dunham Presale : Thu, 27 Sep 2018 at 10:00 AM 3D Collector Ticket Presale : Thu, 27 Sep 2018 at 10:00 AM 3D Collector Ticket Onsale : Mon, 1 Oct 2018 at 10:00 AM Premium Seat Package Presale : Thu, 27 Sep 2018 at 10:00 Read more […]

The Quad Cities High School Student Volunteer Fair

Looking to give back in our community? Wanting to gain valuable work experience? Needing to complete community service hours? Come by and pick up volunteer application at the Quad Cities High School Student Volunteer Fair. It is free to attend. Come and speak with local organizations about how you can serve in your community today. This is hosted by Stepping Stones Read more […]

Tri-City Brewfest

Come join us on May 4th for a showcase of Yavapi county breweries and live music. Tickets are $15 and come with a commemorative Mark’s Beergarden koozie! Live Music Starting at 1pm with Becky Dalke and MuddBone at 6pm.

Top Of The Elks Swing Dance

Enjoy an evening of Dancing, Great Musicians and Vocals, paired with Full Dinner and Cash Bar. Experience the Energy of a Smokey Jazz Club at the top of the Elks! Swing, Standards, Contemporary and more with Caberet Seating, Dancing and Jazz!

Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Parade

The Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Parade and the 132nd World’s Oldest Rodeo have chosen the parade theme “Authentic Western Traditions”. Help celebrate the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Parade, have fun and be creative with this year’s parade theme for your parade entry. All entries should be family friendly. You all have a “western tradition” in your everyday life, family history, Read more […]

Town of Chino Valley Council Agenda – Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

The Chino Valley Town Council Meeting is Set for Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 at 6:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers at 202 N. State Route 89

Below is the agenda for The Chino Valley Town Council Meeting set for Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 6:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers at 202 N. State Route 89 in Chino Valley, Arizona. A majority of the Councilmembers may attend a private invocation in the Council Conference Room immediately prior to the Council meeting. No Town business will be […]

Gold Fever Days, Badges and Bobbers to Take Place Saturday at Fain Park in Prescott Valley

Parking Will Take Place On The Hill Above The Park With A Shuttle Taking People Down to The Events

Fain Park at 2200 N 5th St in Prescott Valley will be buzzing with activity on Saturday, April 27th, as Badgers and Bobbers and Gold Fever Day will take place from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm. Badgers and Bobbers returns for the second year in a row, while Gold Fever Day is back after being on a hiatus for more […]

City of Prescott Council Agenda – Tuesday, April 23rd

The Meeting Will Take Place in Prescott City Hall Council Chambers at 201 South Cortez Street in Prescott at 3:00 PM on Tuesday, April 23rd.

The following Agenda will be considered by the Prescott City Council at its Voting Meeting pursuant to the Prescott City Charter, Article II, Section 13. Notice of the meeting is given pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes, Section 38-431.02. One or more members of the Council may be attending the meeting through the use of a technological device. 1. CALL TO […]