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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? ...
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...
YCSO investigating homicide near Prescott Valley, offering $5,000 reward for information
PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. — A week after a man was found dead in his Prescott Valley home, the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in solving the apparent homicide. They're offering a $5,000 cash reward for information that leads to an arrest in connection to...
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.
Summer Rec Guides, Glassford Hill Road work, and Top Shrubs for Summer! | Top Prescott AZ Podcasts on CAST11
Cast11, Prescott Arizona’s podcast network covers community events, sports, events, people, and the community in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and beyond. Tune in to all of Cast11’s podcasts on Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, or wherever you stream podcasts. Check out these top podcasts from the Prescott, Arizona region on Cast11:
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.
Free Health Care Clinic at Findlay Toyota Center
Come on out to Findlay Toyota Center on June 8 and 9, 2023 for the Arizona Sonshine Free Health Care Clinic. Arizona Sonshine provides FREE medial services to under-served residents of the Prescott area. Registration is first-come, first-served basis and the event runs from 7:00 am-1:00 pm both Thursday, June 8, 2023 and Friday, June 9, 2023.
May Prescott Valley Community Development Report
The Prescott Valley Community Development Department released the May 2023 monthly staff report featuring 310 new permits across both commercial and residential. The following is a quick overview. TypeValuationAmount (Permits) Commercial Addition (3)$96,000$1,280.98. Commercial Electrical (3)$11,230$274.10. Commercial Mechanical (1)$10,000$157.45. Commercial Plumbing (2)$100$351,094.45. Commercial Re-roof (2)$29,900$357.90. Commercial Sign (3)$20,262$460.63. Commercial Zoning...
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.
Bigger than a house, a massive American flag is flying over this Arizona small town. Here's why the owners spend hours taking care of it
MAYER, Ariz. — The historic mining town of Mayer no longer produces copper, but the owners of riding stables in Mayer are working to preserve another precious resource: patriotism. “Keeping the flag requires constant attention,” said Wes Holmes. Wes and Phyllis Holmes of Foothills Ranch riding stables installed...
The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Receives Grant to Strengthen Border-Related Law Enforcement Efforts"
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA (April 25, 2023) – 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...
Dancing For the Stars, Free Summer Concerts, and New Rec Guides Out Now – My Drive June 7, 2023
Guest hosts Jess Costa and Elicia Morigeau cover this week’s top local news, events, and updates from all across the Prescott area and beyond. This week they cover Freedom Core Pilates, Dancing for the Stars, the FREE summer concert series, and more!. Buckle up and hold on to this...
Paloma Village Breaks Ground in Chino Valley – Coalition for Compassion and Justice
On May 18th the stage was set and anticipation filled the air as the Coalition for Compassion and Justice team prepared for the groundbreaking of Paloma Village. However, Mother Nature had her own plans for our day. As the dark clouds loomed overhead, the heavens unleashed their fury in the...
Brown bear spotted near Prescott Valley Safeway Sunday morning
PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ — It may not be Yogi, but residents in Prescott Valley had the unusual encounter of seeing a brown bear walking around town Sunday morning. Police say the bear was spotted in and around the Safeway store in Prescott Valley. The bear has since made its...
AARP Arizona joins in at the Territorial Days Arts and Craft Festival
Visit AARP Arizona at the Territorial Days Arts and Craft Festival this weekend. Stop at our table to learn about the programs we offer in Yavapai County and all the work AARP is doing locally, statewide and nationally. Territorial Days runs Saturday, June 10th from 9 am to 5 pm and Sunday, June 11th from 9 am to 4 pm.
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...
LASER Receives $5,000 Grant from Arizona Community Foundation
Large Animal Shelters and Emergency Readiness (LASER) is pleased to announce it has received a grant for $5,000 from the Pat and Gerhard Kroenaur Animal Friends Fund, a component fund of the Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County. This award will support LASER’s mission with additional pens for the Chino Valley shelter site and necessary supplies to care for smaller barn animals.
Sonoran Dogs Headlines the 42nd Annual Prescott Bluegrass Festival
Prescott’s 42nd Annual Bluegrass Festival is coming June 24-25 with The Sonoran Dogs headlining the event!. Each year, the Prescott Chamber of Commerce coordinates this FREE festival and strives to bring audiences a variety of bluegrass shows, traditional and contemporary, national, regional, and local groups; family and non-family bands – while maintaining the highest standard for the music.
The Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Fire Prevention Team Takes Swift Action to Extinguish Grass Fires Caused by Dragging Chains
Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Fire Marshal Never Off-Duty. The Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) Fire Prevention team is always ready for whatever comes their way, including extinguishing a grass fire on the way into work. CAFMA Fire Marshal Darrell Tirpak was driving down I-17 Wednesday morning...
Wranglers Drop Double Overtime Thriller 63-62 – Ron Williams
Photo: An official goes down as Drew Powell fumbles the ball while being brought down by 23 Kishawn Walker and 4 Terik Miller. The Northern Arizona Wranglers came up short in their bid to knock off the Arizona Rattlers in a wild Saturday night at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley.
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