ADOT requires extra lanes at highways 69, 169 for planned Giant gas station
The developers who want to build a Giant gas station at the southeast corner of highways 69 and 169 in Dewey-Humboldt can do so as long as they meet the requirements of the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Be an advocate for public education
At one of only three locations in the state, Bradshaw Mountain High School hosted local teachers, school board members, parents and students from the Quad Cities for a LOVE rally — Lifting Our Voices for Education — on Feb. 14, Arizona Statehood Day and Valentine’s Day.
Keep valuables in old bank safe weighing 3,600 pounds!
In the market for a safe? Second Glance Collectibles and Antiques in Mayer has a unique one for sale.
It would mean a dramatic loss of millions of dollars if voters do not approve extending the 20-year, quarter-cent sales tax that helps pay to operate the existing Yavapai County jail in the Verde Valley.
One day in May to dispose of that dead refrigerator
Prescott Valley’s Clean Up Day is set for 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at the Wastewater Treatment Plant (signs will be posted), east on Valley Road past the Ace Distribution Center.
Improvements handling stormwater, no problems since May 2016
The final phase of the Viewpoint Stormwater Channel Improvement project is underway with an expected completion by mid-April.
Traffic study on Thursday’s council work session agenda
Ten years ago, the Town of Prescott Valley named an access road off Glassford Hill Road in support of the ice hockey team, the Arizona Sundogs.
‘I’m a baker, not a cook’ – Igal Blumstein
When the 1902 historical brick building on Central Avenue in Mayer sold to new owners this past July, Flour Stone Bakery & Café — which rented space in the former building — relocated to the frontage road along Highway 69 in the former Teskey’s Restaurant location.
Some residents have more options than others
Depending on where one lives in the Quad Cities, garbage and recycling options vary, from “one size fits all” to two separate bins, to hauling it to the landfill yourself.
Plans for mapping, search and rescue, law enforcement
The Town of Prescott Valley has its own unmanned aircraft system — a drone — and staff soon will be certified to fly it for a variety of uses approved by Town Council members at their Jan. 25 meeting.