The Mobile Health Doc, based at 140 N. Granite St., Prescott, combines the days of old-fashioned house calls with modern technology and convenience.
The Arizona Department of Revenue will present a free course in Business Tax Basics 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, April 4 at the Yavapai College Prescott Campus, 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott Building 3 Room 203.
Raquel Solis, 29, always wanted to be her own boss. The desire grew stronger in high school, and in 2018, she signed up for cosmetology school.
A university on the largest Native American reservation in the U.S. launched its accredited doctoral program, becoming the first among more than 30 accredited tribal colleges and universities across the country to offer such a high level degree.
Freedom Core Pilates opened its location in Prescott Valley with a ribbon cutting Friday, March 17.
The Yavapai College Prescott Job Fair will be held 3:30 to 6 p.m. March 22 in the Walraven Gym of Yavapai College, 1100 Sheldon St., Prescott.
Last week the Federal Insurance Deposit Corporation (FDIC) assumed control of one of the nation’s largest banks (No. 16 in size by deposits), making it to date, the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history.
Artful eye, a family owned jewelry store in downtown Prescott is celebrating 26 years in business.
Solar United Neighbors, a nonprofit organization, will be hosting a meeting 6 p.m., March 22 at the Prescott Public Library to discuss forming a solar co-op in the Quad Cities.
Summit 4X4 Company has opened a Prescott Valley location at 691 E. 1st St. Other locations include 420 Miller Valley Road and 402 E. Sheldon St., Prescott.
I have been advising clients on their finances for the better part of 24 years. During this time, I have seen many changes to the technology used for the online access of investment and bank accounts.
March is the month when spring officially begins and many of us are excited and filled with optimism as we plan our gardens, outdoor space and do our spring cleaning.
260 Yavapai County food establishments, including 160 in the Quad Cities, have earned the 2022 Golden Plate Award from the Yavapai Community Health Service.
With the Super Bowl and WM Phoenix Open taking over the Phoenix metro area earlier this month, it wouldn’t be a reach to assume the influx of people would mean a boom in business.
Despite information circulating that Thumb Butte Pharmacy, located at 3120 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, was no longer in business, owner and pharmacist Pedram Pezeshki says the pharmacy is still open at its current location.
Moonshot AZ is wrapping up its second year of the AZ Pioneer Pitch Competition in the Quad Cities. The final, “Shark Tank”-styled event will be held on Thursday, March 30, at the YC Prescott Campus.
Elite Roofing Supply, the largest locally owned independent roofing distributor in the country will host an open house at its Prescott location 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 2 at 343 Commercial Way in Chino Valley.
Yes, it is true that a recession may be coming, and it may happen sometime in the next 12 months.
Jay Bates, one of the owners of Right Homes in Chino Valley, said when the Chino Valley Town Council approved a recent rezoning it was just another step in the process as they still need to get a subdivision approval.
Coldwell Banker Commercial has announced the opening of its newest brokerage office in Prescott.
After 36 years in its Safeway shopping center location, Anchor Books in Prescott has announced it is closing, as the landlord will not be renewing its lease, according to owner George Thomson.
The state of Arizona has some rather nice ‘tax credits’ which most Arizona taxpayers may qualify for.
We wanted snow… we got snow! And the cold. This is truly a “real” winter and I am happy to see the moisture and snow pack that we so desperately need. I say bring on more!
Arizona wilderness survival instructor, best-selling author and reality TV personality Cody Lundin of Prescott has announced 2023 courses at his Aboriginal Living Skills School, LLC will begin April 8 and continue until Sept. 3.
The need for skilled people willing to get their hands dirty is growing across the country. But will there be enough craftspeople to meet that demand?
- YCSO mourns loss of sergeant who suffered heart attack at home March 24
- Vehicle falls into ravine off Highway 89 near Paulden; 3 occupants taken to hospital
- Dignity Health-YRMC to consolidate, reduce services, staff amid financial challenges
- Sewage overflow at Granite Creek leads to closure of park, environmental cleanup
- Yavapai Silent Witness offering reward in high-dollar gas theft case
- Bridge at Fain Lake remains closed after heavy flooding
- Why are flags at half-staff?
- Sewer overflow leads to high levels of E. coli in Granite Creek, Watson Lake
- Judge Hancock given non-judicial duties, cases reassigned
- Prescott works to clean up after heavy rainstorm
- ‘Gray Death’ drug appears in Prescott Valley
- Police seek info about fatal collision at Willow Creek Road, Haas Boulevard in Prescott
- Highway 69 open after two-car collision causes closure in both directions near Lowes
- Yavapai County Superior Court judge arrested on ‘super extreme DUI’ charge
- Collision on Highway 69 in Prescott Friday leaves 3 seriously injured
- ADOT announces upcoming I-17 closures
- Prescott’s streets, businesses serve as sets for first of mystery movies
- Prescott Valley Police need help locating hit-and-run suspects
- Need2Know: Summit 4X4 Company opens Prescott Valley location; Human Bean drive-thru espresso stand coming soon to Prescott Valley; Lucy Dee’s in Prescott changes name to State 48 Hometown BBQ
- Obituary: Tyler Zachary Greene