Dear Annie: I recently attended a couple of weddings that left me baffled.
Jane’s Hope is a Christian ministry for women who have had abortions to share, heal, support each other, and experience forgiveness through Jesus Christ.
God bless America, and how’s everybody? Alaskans were told to stock up in case they are attacked by Kim Jung Un’s nukes Friday.
Walk Through Bethlehem is American Lutheran Church’s Christmas gift to the community, with performances from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 29 and from 6 to 8 p.m. on December 1 and 2.
Aspen Creek in your back yard!
WOW, what a beautiful home in a beautiful setting in the tall pines of Prescott, with Aspen Creek in the back yard.
Let’s consider our good fortune and choose to be our best selves
This holiday above all others brings to mind different thoughts for all of us.
Urbanization is transforming landscape design in many places: Larger houses and smaller lots are driving the development of scaled-down plants.
Some veteran Thanksgiving hosts rehearse the feast for peace of mind
Before theater professionals perform a play for an audience, they run a dress rehearsal to look for kinks that need fixing before the show opens.
Imagine DIY project — on much larger scale
Anyone who has lived through a major home remodeling project can sympathize with Laura Elliff Cruz, collections manager for the Denver Art Museum who is in charge of relocating or trying to protect tens of thousands of treasures during a building upgrade expected to take a year.
As he tows a 96-square-foot house around Des Moines, Joe Stevens is overwhelmed by the intense, sometimes tearful support he receives from churches, schools and service groups for his plan to use the trendy little structures to help homeless people.
Dear Annie: My brother-in-law, “Tom,” is 70 years old and a totally disabled Navy veteran.
Getting ready for retirement requires evaluation of all your sources of retirement income.
Get tips for successful harvest
There have been a number of discussions recently concerning uncontrolled building development in the Prescott area, and the impact on our limited water supply. Rainwater harvesting has been put forward as one of many potential solutions.
Cordes Lakes News Briefs: Nov. 17 is the NACOG Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to noon, with a balance class and information on senior care and services available.
Senior Menus for the week of Monday, 11-13 to Friday, 11-17
’50s Diner brings together car clubs, individual owners for display
On arrival, we were shuffled to the dirt lot and had quite a walk over gravel to get to the car location.
This past Saturday I spent several hours doing yard work, and in the process saw bees, wasps and several species of butterflies.
Dear Annie: I am inclined to ask for an outside opinion after spending time with my grandkids at their home last night and witnessing a lot of violent behavior with which they got away.
Sacred Heart School students participate in their Annual Can Brigade.
Businesses submit photos, public votes on them
To encourage local downtown merchants to maximize their holiday spirit with equally over the top window decorations, the Daily Courier is partnering with the Prescott Chamber of Commerce and the Prescott Downtown Partnership to host a reader’s choice contest.
Rehab center aims to raise $700 for Prescott K9 Unit Granite Creek Health and Rehab chooses an organization or charity to help each holiday season.
For more than 40 years, the people of the central highlands communities have given to Yavapai Exceptional Industries.
Krystal Koons, who founded Prescott’s Teens’ and Moms’ Closets ministries in 2011, has been chosen as the 2017 “Emerging Champion” by Child & Family Resources for her work in these ministries.
The St. Vincent DePaul Sacred Heart Conference hosts its annual Turkey Drive throughout November for the Christmas baskets distributed to its clients.
Question: In general, my teeth seem fine so I only go to the dentist when I have a problem but I have concerns about my long-term oral health. How should I get started?
- New year, new start for Station 7
- Oops, county considers buying three lots where developer accidentally put a road
- 3 patients air-lifted following 3-car head-on crash on SR 260, driver arrested
- Prescott war hero devoted to giving back to his hometown that instilled in him his patriotic values
- Need2Know: New wine tasting venue in Prescott; Acupuncture Center of Prescott moves
- NAU professor indicted for stalking student, firefighters
- Tips for living with coyotes; rule No. 1 - Don’t feed them
- New book chronicles Yarnell Fire tragedy ground zero
- Body recovered at Grand Canyon may be missing Utah man
- Yavapai College providing free tuition to those with GEDs
- Police Update: Body found near Mayer, but teacher killed in Williams
- Diesel tanker collision on I-17 turns fatal
- Intoxicated Prescott Valley man invades home; occupant goes to hospital
- Highway 89A traffic will exceed 69 soon, say experts
- Two arrested in auto burglaries, police say lock your car doors
- New year, new start for Station 7
- Mogollon Monster has been seen in Grand Canyon area and as far south as Prescott Valley?
- Monday morning crash fatally injures 63-year-old Chino Valley woman
- 10 patients assessed after I-17 wrecks
- Editorial: 'Banning the box' in Arizona is the right move