Having fun in typical “Lucy and Ethel fashion” are Sondra Williams (left) and Colleen Watson (right), armed with cattle prods making sure they keep six feet of distance between themselves.
The Wickenburg Sun and local restaurants are encouraging some fun this Friday night (April 10) with the Cruise & Take Out event. The format is as easy as going out to cruise town and taking home dinner.
Nine potential candidates pulled packets to get on the primary ballot in August for the three contested Town Council seats, and that process eliminated two as the others seven submitted their information by the 5 p.m. Monday, April 6 deadline.
School closures can give a whole new meaning to recess, and with the Hassayampa River still gently flowing with spring runoff, what better time to take a dip? Calden (front) and Braden Dickinson seem to be enjoying their aquatic outing while Tesstina Dickinson runs the camera. See page A-12 …
From the outside, the parking lot for ACE Hardware and Bashas’ looks like any other normal day, but COVID-19 has changed how business is done.
Tom Hunt waters the flowers in front of Anita’s Cocina on Thursday, April 2. Hunt, who owns the restaurant with his wife, Sherry, closed the restaurant until at least April 14 because employees have become concerned about being exposed to COVID-19.
Bernadine McCollum can be found volunteering with the Wickenburg Breast Cancer Network, Wickenburg Conservation Foundation, Hassayampa River Preserve, and General Federated Women’s Clubs of Morristown and Hassayampa.
On April 2 and 3 the Wickenburg Ranch Men’s Golf Club held a tournament with all proceeds going in to a fund to support the Ranch’s facility hourly workers who are experiencing reduced hours and most of whom live in Wickenburg.
Wickenburg native and Wickenburg Sun Facebook follower Cecelia L. Pooler captured this photo of a single hiker (middle of photo just below shadow) traversing red rocks near Sedona.
The Wickenburg Community Concert welcomed in an appreciative audience as they presented their Spring concert “I Hear Music In The Air” on March 8 at the First Presbyterian Church. The varied program featured choral renditions of several folk songs, a favorite among these “Wayfaring Stranger.…
A grant approval of about $535,000 by Maricopa County’s Community Development Advisory Committee in February has paved the way for a second waterline and street improvement project in Wickenburg.
As part of the Town of Wickenburg’s planned equipment upgrade, all electric meters will be replaced in the coming months. This project will only affect the Town’s electric customers, those who pay their electric portion of their bill to the Town of Wickenburg, not APS.
U.S. Postal Service is modifying how it handles mail that must be returned to the delivery office due to a full box or if business won’t be open to receive delivery for an extended period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) reported 508 individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 in Arizona, with eight deaths as of Thursday, March 26. Community spread is now considered “Widespread” with all counties reporting cases. The statewide community risk is “increasing with…
Town Council is holding a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 30 for a discussion and to direct Town staff regarding the proposed draft budget and Capital Improvement Plan for fiscal year 2020-2021.
The 2020 Custer Memorial Roping held March 23 at the Downtown Arena brought many ropers to compete in memory of Wickenburg area locals Jim Custer, Danny Custer and Aaron Custer. Winners of the Tres-Rios Saddles went to average winners Steve Smith (third from left), and Steve Sherwood (left).…
Stockton Caswell, 10, of Cave Creek, competes at the Arizona Junior Rodeo Association Rodeo held recently at the Everett Bowman Rodeo Grounds at Constellation Park. Stockton roped in the Boys Breakaway Calf Roping 9-12 year old division. His time of 3.21 seconds won first place.
Wickenburg Mayor Rui Pereira has decided to conduct the Town Council meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 30 through technological access due to the COVID-19 pandemic.A public audience will not be allowed to attend in-person.