|PV artist: Creativity cannot be stifled|
The Town of Prescott Valley decided a while back to commission a statue to be placed at the civic center, part of an ongoing effort to include public art in the community.|
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
|'Fairy tale' ending after family reunites with dog|
Life had dealt Richard and Andrea Glosser some serious blows back in the summer of 2013. Newly pregnant with their second child, Andrea had recently been involved in a car accident during which she suffered a broken neck.|
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
|Scouts take lead in blazing trail to top of Glassford Hill|
Two brothers working on their Eagle Scout award are making tracks to the top of Glassford Hill to 'scout' out wildlife and natural landmarks. Their project is to provide signage for hikers at the beginning and end of the newly-built Glassford Hill Trail and also at switchbacks along the way.|
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
|Firefighters deliver everything a child could want|
Santa Claus, despite rumors to the contrary, is real, and he's alive and well. He works with Central Yavapai and Chino Valley firefighters to deliver toys, clothes and even food to little girls and boys in the days just before Christmas.|
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
|New bead store in Prescott Valley opens its doors|
A new store in Prescott Valley provides the perfect place for bead aficionados.|
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
|PV veteran tells his story in the pages of new book|
U.S. Marine and Vietnam veteran Gary Clemmons describes his first book as a survival guide disguised as a memoir for fellow combat warriors with post-traumatic stress disorder.|
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
|Prescott Valley Charter School students open habitat garden|
The Prescott Valley Charter School's Youth Chamber opened its long-awaited Schoolyard Habitat on May 21 before a standing-room-only audience. The garden, a Learn and Serve-funded project, is located at 9500 Lorna Lane, behind the high school's main academic building. The project took a full year to complete.|
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
|Home & Garden Show draws thousands|
Vendors said they were heartened by sales and inquiries from crowds at the 2010 Home and Garden Show at Tim's Toyota Center this past weekend.|
The three-day event, sponsored by the Yavapai County Contractors Association, drew "just shy of 16,000" attendees, said YCCA Executive Director Sandy Griffis.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
|MATForce poster contest winner receives award|
A Bradshaw Mountain High School student received his MATForce poster contest award and a scholarship to Yavapai College on Tuesday at an assembly in the gym attended by his fellow special education students from the high school and Glassford Hill Middle School as well.|
Heath's classmates created a...
Monday, May 17, 2010
|Eagle Scout builds long jump pit|
Students at Lake Valley Elementary School leaped into track season after Mitchell Weinzinger, 16, built a long-jump box as his Eagle Scout project.|
Mitch, a sophomore at Tri City Prep, said he was desperately looking for a project for the award.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
|Wheelchair project gives mobility, dignity to those in need|
Five years ago, while still living in California, Warren Root saw on the news an odd, yet strangely familiar, contraption. It was a common plastic resin lawn chair - on wheels.|
The wheelchairs, simply designed with durable, ordinary parts, could be shipped around the world and easily assembled for only $59.20.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
|BMHS spring musical this week|
The Bradshaw Mountain High School Theatrical Troupe will present "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 15-17, at 7 p.m. at the Glassford HIll Middle School auditorium.|
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
|Prescott Valley man's soy adhesive may give
construction sector a healthy boost|
Lance Niemann took out a knife and spread a sample of the adhesive he created on a piece of roofing insulation in his Prescott Valley lab.|
Friday, March 26, 2010
|'Good Works Crew' eager to help folks
spruce up properties|
Fit folks who've finished their own home improvement projects have the opportunity to help their less-than-able-bodied neighbors.|
Those folks can volunteer for the Town of Prescott Valley's "Good Works Crew" through the Community Services Department.
The all-volunteer organization assists people who are unable to maintain their residential properties because of age or disability.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
|Prescott Valley 20-year-old raises her younger brother|
One day when Paul Jenkins was 16, he thought he could get away with skipping his chores before school. But when he got home, his sister, Christina, 20, grounded him from using the car for a few days.|
"I told him he could walk to school or ride the bus. It was his choice," Christina said.
Paul chose to ride the bus.
Monday, March 1, 2010