Take a quick break and check out this weekend’s weather for Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, & Dewey-Humboldt!
Governor Doug Ducey today invested $400,000 to provide local neonatal intensive care units with CPR training kits.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for daytime lane closures on north- and southbound State Route 89 south of Prescott while crews clear the drainage ditch along the roadway of rocks and debris. The following restrictions will occur from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, through Friday, Dec. 3: SR 89 will be narrowed to […]
Plan for Interstate 17 Overnight Lane Restrictions between State Route 169 and New River Nov. 29 – Dec. 2
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for overnight north- and southbound lane restrictions on Interstate 17 between State Route 169 and New River while ADOT crews perform guardrail repair work.
The Prescott Valley Police Department, with the continued support of the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), partnered with the Prescott Valley Community Services Department to host their Halloween event, Haunting on the Green, on October 29, 2021.
Governor Doug Ducey today joined HeroZona, Sons of the American Legion and volunteers for the 18th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway, benefitting approximately 1,000 Arizona families in need this holiday season.
Weather conditions caused extensive damage and washed out sections of the Senator Hwy (FSR-52), Poland Junction Road (FSR 261), Mount Union Lookout (FSR 261A), and FSR 22 making them unsafe and impassable in some locations.
Cooler temperatures are around the corner and that means snow in Arizona’s high country. To help travelers this winter, the Arizona Department of Transportation has partnered with the National Weather Service to create graphics that use their color code for storm severity to better inform drivers of what to expect from winter storms.
During the week of November 1st, 2021, the Traffic Safety Section of the Prescott Police Department conducted extra traffic enforcement on Mt Vernon Avenue.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has postponed work this week on State Route 89 south of Prescott to clear the drainage ditch along the roadway of rocks and debris.
A former Prescott Valley resident and music lover has made it possible for youth arts to grow in the community. Joseph Andre Maranda, under a trust created in 2001, dedicated his estate and assets to the Town of Prescott Valley to be used by the Prescott Valley Public Library and to found a Boys Choir.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for daytime lane restrictions on State Route 89 south of Prescott while crews clear the drainage ditch along the roadway of rocks and debris.
Chino Valley Youth Football and Cheer are looking for board members for our 2022 season! If you or someone you know are interested in holding a board member position, please fill out the attached form…
On Wednesday, November 3rd, Horses with Heart and the Chino Valley community celebrated the unveiling and dedication ceremony of their brand new barn. The new barn will house many of their therapeutic equines used to help transform the lives of disabled children and adults.
Governor Doug Ducey announced $1 million in federal funding to support the Arizona Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs in its efforts to help kids recover from the social and emotional implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Essence Kitchen + Bar Serves up a Spaghetti Dinner to Local Veterans with Chino Valley High School Culinary Students
The Chino Valley High School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) program partnered with Essence Kitchen + Bar this weekend to honor local veterans and give the Culinary Arts students some valuable “hands-on” training.
Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District will begin implementing the Lower Wolf Creek RX near Prescott beginning on Friday, November 12, continuing through Sunday, November 14, 2021. The Lower Wolf Creek burn is made up of three burn units for a total of 1,622 acres. All three burn units are located approximately 7 miles south of Prescott, along County […]
It was summer, 1940. German armies had smashed through central Europe, subjugating Poland, Norway, Belgium and France. Emboldened by the success of his blitzkrieg, Adolf Hitler turned his guns on England, launching an unprecedented aerial assault before the planned invasion of the British Isles.
Veteran’s Day always has so many freebies and deals for Veterans around the country but what about the Prescott Valley and surrounding areas? Well, here is your quick reference guide for many of the deals, discounts, and freebies that are being offered for Veterans on Veteran’s Day. Restaurants Applebee’s is offering military veterans a free meal from a select menu on […]
Governor Doug Ducey today announced $40.7 million to provide transitional housing for Arizonans, including members of the Native American community and those with special needs.
In Arizona, we are grateful to be home to so many Veterans. Their service to our country continues in their service to our state and in our communities every day.
The Town of Prescott Valley will be conducting pre-chip maintenance work on Manley and Lone Cactus Drives, which will consist of widening the road to original widths, repairing utility settlements, and filling potholes in preparation to receive a chip seal application in 2022.