David Nevue & Joe Bongiorno in Concert

Enjoy an evening of contemporary original solo piano artistry along with the stories and inspirations behind the songs from two renowned solo piano composers. Doors open at 4:30 pm. The concert starts at 5 PM local time. Seating is general admission. The event will be held at Piano Haven studio. As this is a very intimate space, there are only Read more […]

Well Dressed Wolves at Belfry Brewery

Originally formed in 2004 as The Mods, Well Dressed Wolves is an alternative rock/neo-classic rock power trio based out of Northern AZ. The Well Dressed Wolves will perform at Belfry Brewery in Old Town Cottonwood on March 26th.

The Newest Drug Dealing Trend Presentation

Your child’s phone has a deadly connection. Counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl are bought and sold on social media sites popular with teens. According to the latest research, more and more youth are getting drugs from social media apps like Snapchat and Instagram. And, the drugs are being delivered right to their front door. Presenter and longtime law enforcement officer, Read more […]

Téada at Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts

An Irish band with a knack for re-energizing rare tunes, Téada has a truly worldwide reach. The band has appeared as a frequent headliner at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, Russia, the Middle East, and Australia. Don’t miss your chance to see them live in Northern Arizona on March 24th at the Phillip England Center Read more […]

Easter Egg Hunt at Jackpot Ranch

Come enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt event at Camp Verde’s Jackpot Ranch. Kids will hunt from 10 am to 1 pm. Adults will have their own opportunity from 6 pm to 9 pm. For more information, please contact the host by phone.

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New FEMA Maps of Oak Creek Virtual Meeting

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Oak Creek Floodplain map updated by FEMA, attend the meeting to learn more.

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Apache Junction Hosts Superstition Sleepover

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Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department as they host the 2023 Superstition Sleepover.

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Tri-City Prep to Host Mock Car Accident Event March 1st

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The PVPD and Tri-City Prep will be doing a mock car accident scene to promote safe driving.

Cottonwood Public Invited to Community Safety Info Night

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Cottonwood is hosting a Community Safety Information Night.

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Prescott High School JROTC Motivating Youth to be Better Citizens

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Prescott High School JROTC program is teaching cadets to be better citizens.

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Win Harlem Globetrotters Tickets!

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Enter for your chance to win a family 4-pack to see the Harlem Globetrotters on Friday, March 3, 2023.

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Kingman Accepting Registrations for Citizens Academy

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Registration is open for the Kingman Citizens Academy.

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Yuma BBQ and Brew Fest Set for March 10-11

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Yuma’s BBQ and Brew fest is set to be bigger and better this March.

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Former Roughrider Athlete Returns to Command YC Police Academy

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Former Roughrider athlete Gareth Braxton-Johnson is returning to command the police academy.

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How to Prune and Care for Roses

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This week Ken Lain of Watters Garden Center teaches us how to prune and care for Roses.

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Aviation Business Summit Returns to Phoenix

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Registration is now open for the upcoming Aviation Business Summit.

Title Hopes Dashed as Bradshaw Mountain Bears Fall in Final Four

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The goal of playing in a championship game to potentially bring home the first title for the Bradshaw Mountain boys basketball program fell just short Monday night, as the team lost to Peoria 67-53 in the Final Four of the 4A conference playoffs.

Valerie Romanoff, Francine Bop, and Friends in DREAM BEAT

Ladies bring rock, blues, and soul. When creative powerhouses Francine Bop and Valerie Romanoff get together, there is always magic in the air. Their music is filled with positive vibes, joy, and healing energy. Their new project DREAM BEAT blends chill-out music and world fusion with a sprinkling of funk, rock, and soul. The duo is joined by a superstar Read more […]

Mercury: The Life and Music of Queen’s Freddie Mercury

Award-winning, world-renowned international countertenor, Terry Barber, brings his acclaimed live production “Mercury: The Life and Music of Queen’s Freddie Mercury” to Sedona and Cottonwood when he performs at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre and Old Town Center for the Arts. There will be three performances on March 17-19th, presented by the Sedona International Film Festival. There will be two shows Read more […]

St. Patty’s Day Public Skate

Jay Lively Activity Center (Ice Rink) is hosting a St. Patty’s Day-themed public skate from 11 am-2 pm on Friday, March 17th. Free Admission is offered to those dressed in green. Bring your own skates or pairs that are available for rent at the rink. See you on the ice.

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Good News on Waste Pickup and City Council Meeting from Mayor Goode

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Prescott’s Mayor Phil Goode gives some good news regarding hazardous waste pickup.

February 27th Mondays with the Prescott Valley Mayor

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In this week’s Mondays with the Mayor, Palguta covers possible winter weather, and more.

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Chandler Fire & Police Department’s Public Safety Fair

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Chandler Fire Department will join with the Chandler Police Department to host a Public Safety Fair.

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Flagstaff Glass Collection Schedule Altered for Weather

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Flagstaff solid waste glass collection schedule has been altered for weather.

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Yavapai County Community Health Services COVID-19 Update – February 27, 2023

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The Yavapai County Community Health Services updates the number of cases of COVID-19 in Yavapai County daily. This information, located on www.yavapai.us/chs, is updated frequently and is a credible source of data providing real information on how many people are testing positive for COVID. This site is often referenced and used as a source by both state and local leaders for […]

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Sedona Adds New Park and Ride Lot for Sedona Shuttle

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Sedona has added new park and ride lot for Sedona Shuttle.

Prescott Valley to Draft Code Change on Chicken and Rabbit Allowance

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Prescott Valley staff is drafting a code change for the council to consider on chicken and rabbit ownership.

The Adult Easter Scavenger Hunt

Who doesn’t love a scavenger hunt filled with food, entertainment, a cash bar, and amazing prizes? Usher in Easter Mortimer Farms style at the Adult Easter Scavenger Hunt. In the spirit of Easter we are giving away 4 tickets for this event. To enter, visit our Facebook page, make that you are coming to the Adult Easter Scavenger Hunt, and Read more […]

Ghost of Globe Paracon ll

Enjoy a day of guest speakers, authors, psychics, paranormal teams, and exciting workshops. Many celebrity speakers have been on various TV shows on the Travel Channel. A variety of vendors and artisans on hand where you’ll find, stones, crystals, jewelry, tarot, Anime, special creations, and More! Top it off with a Ghost Hunt at some of the most haunted locations Read more […]

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Prescott NF Plans Pile Burn on Mingus Mountain

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Prescott National Forest is planning a pile burn on Mingus Mountain starting Feb 28, 2023.

Pima County Notices of Value Issues for Tax Year 2024

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Pima County Notices of Value have been issues for the 2024 Tax Year.

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The 10 Most Age-Friendly Jobs

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Flexible hours, work-from-home options make these roles good fits for many older adults.

What are the 10 most age-friendly jobs? Find out here!

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MATFORCE and Local Pizzerias Support Anti-Drug Message

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MATFORCE and local pizzerias team up to support anti-drug message.

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Prescott Valley Chamber CEO Receives Re-Accreditation

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Prescott Valley Chamber CEO Marnie Uhl received re-accreditation.

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Prescott Eagles Softball Drop Pair at AZ Christian

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Embry-Riddle softball lost both games against Arizona Christian.

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YC Women’s Basketball Surges Past Glendale

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Prescott Roughriders women’s basketball scored a win over Glendale.

Fire and Rose at Lucy’s Bar and Grill!

Join us for an afternoon of live music for our debut at Lucy’s Bar and Grill in Chino Valley!

Justin and Autumn Hitson

Come in to listen to Justin and Autumn Hitson play from 2 PM – 6 PM and enjoy some amazing drinks and delicious food!

Animal Encounter

Get up close! Only $25 on Sunday, March 5th (Check-in begins: 30 Minutes before the show, show beings at 2 pm). Meet creatures strange and small – some that slither and some that crawl! Animal Encounter Package Includes: $15 Play Card 1 Attraction Soft Drinks & Popcorn 60-90 Minute Animal Encounter Experience Get Tickets Today!

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Is Prescott Valley Done with Snow? Not Yet!

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More snow is expected to roll in midweek.

Prescott Valley and the surrounding area should prepare for more winter weather midweek.

Live Music with King Copper

Join us Saturday, March 4th at 8 pm for live music by King Copper! King Copper is a traditional jazz band playing mostly old hot jazz songs from the 1920s. 8-11 pm, no cover charge. 21 and over. Tag a friend. More live music here: www.thepointbarandlounge.com/events

St Patrick’s Day Dance

St Patrick’s Day Dance – Solos and Couples Welcome (SSD, Mainstream & Plus) Times: Rounds 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm Squares 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (with rounds between) Cost: $10.00 Caller: Craig Abercrombie Cuer: Ronnie Fontaine

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How to Grow Calgary Carpet Juniper

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Ken Lain of Watters Garden Center shares how to grow Calgary Carpet Juniper.

Well Dressed Wolves

Come in to listen to Well Dressed Wolves play from 8 PM – 11 PM and enjoy some amazing drinks and delicious food!

Unbridled Spirit: Pioneering Women in Art Opening Reception

This special exhibition pays tribute to the adventurous and often independent women artists who came from eastern big cities, settled in Arizona, and made their living by depicting the beauty of the Southwest, its people, and its wide open spaces. Undeterred by the challenges of settling in early Arizona, they outnumbered male artists in the area and explored a wild Read more […]

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Avondale Family Campout Event

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Avondale Parks and Recreation will be hosting a Family Campout at Friendship Park.

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New Tech Helps Phoenix Turn Waste to Clean Compost

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New tech is helping Phoenix divert food waste from landfills to turn it into clean compost.

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Bullhead City Police Bike Safety Rodeo

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Gear up for the 27th Annual Carrie Edgmon Bicycle Safety Rodeo with the Bullhead City Police Department this March! On Saturday, March 18th from 9:00 am-12:00 pm, the Bullhead City Police Department will be holding a Bicycle Safety Rodeo in the Walmart Parking lot, 2840 Hwy 95. At the bike rodeo, children put their safety skills and knowledge to the […]

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Prescott Approves New Rates for Solid Waste Dept and Transfer Stations

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Prescott City Council approved rate/fee increases for the transfer station and residential/commercial solid waste collection.

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Flagstaff Invites Public to Beulah/University Realignment Project Open House

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Flagstaff invites the public to attend an open house on the Beulah/University realignment project.