With the sun rising over Thumb Butte the Monday after Mother’s Day, Joe Howard makes his wife, Jenna, a cinnamon-flavored latte.
YRMC Board leader behind-the-scenes mover, shaker who commands respect of peers
Paula Kneisl is known as a quiet leader, someone who prefers to work behind the scenes but is expert in working with people to get things done to benefit her community.
Encourages charity partners to join in the ‘rush’
Humming a bit of the “Alabama” country tune, “I’m In a Hurry,” Coalition of Compassion and Justice Executive Director Paul Mitchell said he can appreciate every line of that song except for the songwriter’s suggestions he doesn’t know why he’s in a hurry.
A Verde Valley-based bluegrass Americana group will do an encore performance at Whiskey Row’s Far From Folsom restaurant and bar on Saturday, May 20, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Ever heard of the Wicked Tinkers? Ever seen someone toss a tree trunk? Ever listened to a digeridoo?
To teach you must first engage
Chino Valley Unified School District Superintendent John Scholl was a chemist before he became an educator 22 years ago.
District wants to keep students tied to their heritage
Lance Dawavendewa of Prescott Valley is a Hopi tribe artist who has perfected the ancient talent of weaving threads into cloth masterpieces on a loom, be it for table decoration, wall hangings, scarves and other such uses.
Arizona School Administrators to honor Howard with Distinguished Administrator award
Arizona School Administrators has selected Prescott Unified School District Superintendent Joe Howard to honor with its Distinguished Administrator award in its superintendent division.
On Friday, May 26 at 7 p.m., Prescott High School’s 431 graduating seniors will line up on the football field to celebrate with their families, faculty and friends an educational milestone – the finish line of their K-12 school year with the turning of their tassels and awarding of their diplomas.
Backers hope it will make a difference on mental health
The April death of a mentally ill man killed by a Prescott police officer when he refused to stop shooting at neighborhood homes is a tragedy that might have been averted had he been able to get a suitable diagnosis and treatment before that fateful day.