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Prescott Valley has Started Work on New Jasper Parkway
Prescott Valley has announced that work has begun on the new Jasper Parkway in West Prescott Valley. The new road will run from the Santa Fe Loop roundabout on the north to Highway 69 on the south. The new connector is expected to help ease some of the traffic on Glassford Hill Road and Prescott East Highway.
Concern increases for Clarkdale gazebo
The Town of Clarkdale has released a frequently-asked questions page on the proposed reconstruction of the town bandstand. The Clarkdale Town Council voted to replace the town’s historic bandstand with a newly-built replica rather than continue to repair the existing structure during its May 9 meeting. The vote was unanimous and was made on the basis of public safety and the difficulty of restoring the structure every few years. If salvageable, existing pieces of the historic bandstand will be incorporated into the new stand.
Jon Wright Declares Candidacy for Yavapai County Sheriff, Pledging Positive Change and Resolute Leadership for the Community
Jon Wright Announces Candidacy for Yavapai County Sheriff, Promises Positive Change and Strong Leadership for the Community. [Yavapai County, June 5, 2023] - Jon Wright, a dedicated law enforcement professional with an unwavering commitment to the well-being of Yavapai County, has officially announced his candidacy for the position of Yavapai County Sheriff in the upcoming 2024 elections as a Conservative Republican. With a vision to address the challenges faced by our community, Jon Wright aims to bring about positive change and provide strong leadership that will propel Yavapai County forward.
Rescue Operation in Granite Dells: Hiker Injured and Successfully Extracted with Swift Response by Emergency Services
Hiker in the Dells Suffered Leg Injury After a Fall from a Rock. At about 1:45 PM on Wednesday, June 7th, Prescott Regional Communications Center received a 911 call from a 37 year-old female that was hiking in the Granite Dells area of Prescott and fell off of a rock. The patient stated that she had an injury to her right lower leg that was bleeding significantly. The Prescott Fire Dept., Yavapai County Sheriff‘s Office and Lifeline Ambulance were dispatched to locate and assist the patient off of the Flume Trail in Prescott. A YCSO deputy was the first to make contact and communicated the injury back to the fire department and he also placed a tourniquet on the patient’s right leg. Paramedics were able to reach the patient quickly and she was given medication to help ease the pain, placed in a stokes basket and then extricated out of the Dells. The entire extrication process took a little over an hour and the patient was flown down to Honor Health, Deer Valley for further evaluation.
$5,000 reward offered after 58-year-old man found dead in Prescott Valley home
The Yavapai County Sherriff’s Office asked the public for help in solving a recent homicide that occurred in Prescott Valley. Yavapai Silent Witness offered a $5,000 dollar cash reward for information leading to an arrest. According to Yavapai Silent Witness, 58-year-old Grant Griffiths was found dead in his home on Spurr Lane near...
Serious Injury Collision on Willow Creek Road – Prescott Police Department
On Saturday, June 3rd, 2023, at approximately 10:00 a.m., Prescott Police Officers responded to a vehicle collision near the intersection of Willow Creek Road and Pinion Oaks Drive. Through the course of the investigation, it was determined that a 63-year-old Prescott resident riding an electric bicycle had been travelling north...
Cottonwood Needs Volunteers for the Airport Commission
The City of Cottonwood is seeking applicants to fill two full term seats on its Airport Commission. Each appointment would fill a three-year term on the Commission. This volunteer position is appointed by the City Council and serves without pay. The Commission consists of five voting members. Four members shall...
Cottonwood Announced Return of Daddy Daughter Date Night
Cottonwood Parks & Recreation is happy to announce that Daddy Daughter Date Night will be taking place this year on June 23 from 6-9 p.m. at the Cottonwood Community Club House. Father’s Day is right around the corner, so why not treat your dad to a special night of food,...
The Little Woody raising money in honor of Granite Mountain Hotshots
PHOENIX - Chelsea Niven is mixing up a cocktail called "The Bob," named after one of 19 Yarnell Hill firefighters killed 10 years ago on June 30. "I was actually raised in Prescott, Arizona," she said. "I had a few friends that I lost in the fire and being from Prescott, it’s a very tight-knit community. A lot of people are in the firefighter community. It’s something that hits close to home and I wanted to get back to."
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Receives State Grant to Combat Border Related Crimes
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved the acceptance of a state grant for the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office from the Drug Interdiction Fund, formally known as the Border Strike Force Fund. The $626,000 from a state appropriation will enhance law enforcement services concerning criminal activities associated with human...
Leading Businesses and City Bring Attainable Housing Options to Yavapai County
Fain Signature Group of Prescott Valley, Arizona, and Yavapai College have announced that the two organizations have joined efforts in quickly acting to produce more attainable housing options for the region’s teachers, firefighters, police & sheriff, healthcare providers, and workforce. The agreement will provide housing at Fain Signature Group’s Inspiration Apartments in the City of Cottonwood for Yavapai College.
Weekend Events for Prescott Valley and Beyond for June 9, 10, and 11
Article audio is made possible by CAST11 Prescott Podcast Network. A Talking Glass Media production. Here are the top weekend events happening in Northern Arizona and beyond! Be sure to check out the SignalsAZ events calendar, brought to you by Desert Financial Credit Union for great things in your community.
Follow this checklist before evacuating your Arizona home due wildfires
It can be overwhelming to suddenly get an evacuation order during an emergency which is why local and federal jurisdictions have developed checklists with actions that should be taken before, during and after a wildfire event. What should I take when I evacuate due to wildfires? ...
World’s Oldest Rodeo: Everything You Need to Know
In this episode of “Talkin’ Central Arizona Sports” with Torrence “TD” Dunham, rodeo coverage begins as TD gives you all the information you need to know about Prescott’s signature event, the World’s Oldest Rodeo. Greg Mengarelli, business development manager of the World’s Oldest Rodeo, also joins the show.
Forest Service wants to protect Hassayampa River corridor
The U.S. Forest Service wants to withdraw thousands of acres of land in the Prescott National Forest for the next 20 years to protect the Hassayampa River area. The withdrawal would protect more than 3,500 acres from potential impacts from new mining, oil and gas, and geothermal development. The Hassayampa...
Kitchen Fire at Golden Corral in Prescott – Prescott Fire Department
At about 7 AM on Monday, June 5th, Prescott Regional Communications Center received a call for an automatic fire alarm at the Golden Corral in the 1900 block of Highway 69 in Prescott. During the dispatch for the alarm, an employee of the restaurant called 911 to state there was a fire in the kitchen. All employees at the restaurant were told to evacuate the premises. When the initial unit arrived on scene they found moderate smoke and flames in the back kitchen and pulled a pre-connected hose line to extinguish the fire. Two of the sprinkler heads had also activated and were able to keep the fire in check until the firefighters were able to extinguish the fire. In total, there were 16 fire department personnel, as well as tribal law enforcement and Lifeline Ambulance that assisted on the incident. There were no injuries reported to any restaurant employee or fire department personnel. The exact cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Good News on Prescott Regional Airport and Prescott Frontier Days
Article audio is made possible by CAST11 Prescott Podcast Network. A Talking Glass Media production. As we conclude budget approval for Fiscal Year 2024, which begins on July 1, questions arise about the City’s tax structure, and how we are funded. Many are surprised to learn that transaction privilege tax (TPT or sales tax) is the primary source of revenue for the City’s General fund, which pays for public safety and other critical City services. Property tax in Prescott accounts for less than 4% of revenue for the General Fund.
Restore or replace? Clarkdale residents rally to save beloved bandstand
CLARKDALE — While longtime Clarkdale residents and newcomers might disagree over whether to call the century-old structure in the center of town a bandstand or a gazebo, almost everyone agrees with just how important the site is to the community. The bandstand has been the focal point of Clarkdale...
Postal inspectors investigating reports of stolen mail in Camp Verde
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office and federal postal inspectors from the U.S. Postal Service are investigating after a number of Camp Verde residents reported that mail had been taken from their mailboxes. The reports came from residents living near the Verde Lakes and Quarterhorse areas...
Weekend Weather for June 8-June 12
Article audio is made possible by CAST11 Prescott Podcast Network. A Talking Glass Media production. Take a quick break and check out the weekend weather for Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, and Dewey-Humboldt.
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