Overall, vets say they receive quality care
Medical care at the local VA is considered by many local veterans to be of the highest caliber, but the Choice program intended to allow veterans to see community specialists is a lesson in frustration, according to several local veterans.
For many pre-teens and teenagers, the very first job they will ever have is baby-sitting, possibly starting with their own siblings and then moving on to neighbors’ and friends’ children.
Prescott Unified School District Superintendent Joe Howard was almost giddy with delight as he posed a question to the Governing Board on Tuesday night.
A longtime school resource officer program at Prescott High School may be in jeopardy for the 2017-18 school year given budget constraints for both the Police Department and the school district.
The Prescott region’s three state lawmakers are clear they admire State Schools Superintendent Diane Douglas’ diligence in seeking out educational priorities from local community leaders and educators.
PRESCOTT — The road to ending homelessness is far from straight, indeed, those who are involved in efforts to do so will say they are often staggering to forge a straight path because there simply isn’t one.
PRESCOTT — Two little girls frolic with a dog in the backyard of a four-bedroom Granville home in Prescott Valley, the father of one taking a break from his home office to visit with guests in the just decorated living room.
Sam Tarhan is what one friend calls a “dog whisperer,” always able to connect to troubled, abandoned and struggling animals no one else wants.
Trish Thayer still has a faded copy of her very first Monkees album – released on Oct. 10, 1966.
PRESCOTT – Gail Lowe is no stranger to reaching out to people in need.