Former sparring partner to Rocky Marciano was sleeping in car at Wendy’s
A chance encounter last year with an 84-year-old, homeless man at a Wendy’s restaurant in Prescott Valley has led to an expansion of housing options for local elderly with limited, or no, financial means.
The reality of a demolished Miller Valley Elementary School on Tuesday prompted tears in many of those who either attended, taught or administered that school over the course of 99 years.
Ten-year-old Byron Hobson tucked a rainbow-colored “PEACE” flag into the back of his neon-green hoodie as he marched in the fifth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Peace and Justice March.
Prescott resident and retired clergyman from Chicago Lou Burrell told a sanctuary-full of Martin Luther King Day Jr. observers how his soul was stirred by two distant encounters with the civil rights leader.
Making a ‘Big’ difference: Youth mentoring month honors priceless gift of friendship to children, teens
Christopher Wendt is a Prescott High School freshman learning how to build an archery range and shoot a bow and arrow.
Prescott Unified School District will have some special guests touring its schools next month.
Arizona’s flu epidemic is “everywhere” this winter
Feeling congested, achy, feverish, or just out-and-out crappy? You’re far from alone.
Steve Miller is a one-time homeless veteran who soon expects to have keys to his own home.
Penchant for adventure, culture and humanitarian experience
He slept on the edge of a volcanic crater in Ecuador.
Officials assure financial and academic transparency
Some recent state and national criticism of charter schools is deemed by charter leaders and advocates to be an unfair portrayal of an educational choice many families are eager to obtain.