It was 3,300 years ago when the life of my people found its bearing and headed with strength into human history.
The world has many problems — war, poverty, discrimination, disease, hunger. And each of us will face a number of various difficulties in our individual lifetimes, whether they be long or short.
Dear Annie: I have a 40-year-old child who is transitioning from male to female. I was told of this decision by email. We haven’t had much in-person discussion about this.
Get the best of both worlds at Heritage Pointe in Chino Valley! Experience wide open spaces and the beauty of the Arizona high country with Brown Homes at Heritage Pointe.
I see this statement posted on social media quite often — “I did a thing.” The “thing I did” at long last? Change my air filters — three of them!
We don’t all have room for a mighty maple or the outstretched branches of a native sycamore in our backyard. With this article, you have the fantastic few that outshine the rest in today’s modern yard.
Passover (or Pesach in Hebrew) is a celebration of liberation and freedom.
Happenings and sermons at Prescott-area churches, congregations and places of worship, as of March 30, 2023:
This past weekend I had the opportunity to walk the Peavine Trail a couple of times. With migration underway, it is interesting to see what is still at Watson Lake in terms of water fowl.
Dear Annie: I am writing to you in a desperate effort to give my kids a good environment in the midst of a very turbulent marriage.
Spring has evidently arrived. Yep, it’s March Madness, like in basketball and busted brackets. Except most of my madness is coming from a pesky cardinal who is constantly rapping on my house windows.
Dear Annie: I am a waitress, and there is a lady I work with who is six months pregnant. Every time she takes a break, she goes in the back and smokes cigarettes and sometimes she smokes weed.
According to the latest Medicare ratings, Maggie's Hospice and Palliative Care is the only hospice with a five-star rating in northern Arizona
People with irregular sleep patterns may face substantially higher odds of high blood pressure than those who stick to a schedule, even when they get the recommended amount of sleep each night, new research suggests.
People who lost weight through an intensive behavioral weight-loss program saw health benefits, possibly even if they later regained some weight, according to a new analysis of more than 100 studies.
- 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