Dec. 7 the Cordes Lakes Community Center will host their annual Craft Fair from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For this week’s article, I actually “crowd-sourced” opinions on my personal Facebook account. In fact, the subject this week is so heated, so vehemently argued and so rooted in foundational values going back generations, that I hesitated for a minute, questioning if I should broach this highly volatile, controversial subject.
Dear Annie: With the holidays coming up, and people going here and there for dinner at others’ houses, I would like to know why some people feel they can just sit on their butts after the big meal (or before), while the others, always the same ones, get up and clean up!
GRANVILLE by Universal Homes in Prescott Valley is Northern Arizona’s most successful new home community.
In just 15 minutes you can plant a beautiful garden guaranteed to brighten your spirits and indoor décor this winter.
The days grow short as we move into the last of the 2019 gardening season.
People tend to spend a lot of time planning their holiday travel but not a lot preparing for their return home. But returning to a mess — minor bummers like an empty fridge or stinking garbage can, or major problems like frozen pipes — can make it difficult to savor the good times you had while away.
The Thanksgiving holiday, above all others, brings to my mind so many different thoughts.
The Coalition for Compassion and Justice raised $10,000 at its recent Wine & Wreath auction held at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.
The United Way of Yavapai County hosted a Day of Action for residents of the Prescott Area Shelter Services on Saturday, Nov. 9, offering them a day of pampering thanks to the generosity of a hair salon owner who knows what it means to be homeless.
Several weeks ago I was asked if I would be willing to visit with the residents of a Homeowners Association here in Prescott to review what they had done to develop open space in their community to make it both wildlife friendly and user friendly for the residents.
As Thanksgiving Day approaches, Yavapai County families are expressing their gratitude by giving back.
Please be our guest at The Salvation Army’s Free Annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28 at Mile High Middle School cafeteria, 300 S. Granite Street, Prescott.
San Francisco’s new District Attorney declared he will allow the residents of San Francisco to pee anywhere they like any time they like without any fear of being prosecuted.
On to a new subject: nail clipping for our dogs and cats.
Sweet and affectionate Emie is always on the lookout for an empty lap in which to sit or take a nap.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am battling depression and have a question about psilocybin
Jacub is kind, polite, and a hard worker in school.
Dear Annie: I’m in my last year of a pre-university study program and need to choose a university program in a couple of months.