More than $15,000 worth of items in auction this year, president says
Mountain Artists Guild is crafting an “Unforgettable” auction Saturday, Sept. 22, to raise money for scholarships going to students pursuing degrees in the visual arts.
The Musical Puppeteer, Andy McKinn, visited Yavapai Exceptional Industries (YEI!) this past Tuesday and entertained a full house, according to a news release.
Wild bird migration can take on many forms. In the northern hemisphere, it typically involves moving from south to north in the spring, and then reversing the pattern in the fall.
Dear Annie: Many years ago, my cat-loving sister clipped out an Ann Landers column called “How to Give Your Cat a Pill.”
Think of everything that is unique about men, their passions, activities, sports, man toys and motivational speakers that talk to what makes a man tick, that is what the Get Real Men’s Expo is all about.
My wife and I have been married for many years. She was and is my business partner and a great businesswoman. We would not be where we are today without her business acumen, drive and determination.
Christianity Today published an article about the latest Bible translations and compared their scriptures to standard texts. They take a few liberties.
Kudos to Rhonda, pharmacy technician, at the Fry’s pharmacy on Fair Street.
By day, Phung Le, DO, is a Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) vascular surgeon who performs complicated surgeries and minimally invasive endovascular procedures. At night, he spends time romping with his two young sons.
Dear Dr. Rosenberg: Can sleep apnea cause problems in a child’s ability to focus and concentrate and cause behavioral problems? My granddaughter snores loudly and stops breathing. She has not been diagnosed or treated.and is having a very hard time in school. She is failing everything and is disruptive in class.
Traffic officers help woman clean up debris
The aftermath of a vehicle crash in the Viewpoint subdivision on Aug. 28 turned into an opportunity for officers to train, network with neighbors, and help an elderly citizen in need.
Zariah is our Territorial Early Childhood Center (TECC) student of the week!
Asparagus are one of my favorite vegetables.This combination of veggies with them make this a very tasty dish for your dinner table.
Hey there, my name is Dakota and the shelter staff believe I am approximately 1 year old.
Whether we are gone all day or we are home most of the time but busy, our dogs are leading a rather boring existence. They are not out protecting our sheep or herding the cattle. While we are reading the paper or watching the news, they are napping.
Sassafras, an approximately 6-month-old female calico, is ready for her forever home.
Young Patches was relinquished by her family when she had a litter. Now that all of the kittens are weaned, Patches has been spayed and is ready for another home.
My dad recently passed away as a result of cirrhosis of the liver. He also had Parkinson’s disease for 10 years. Several other people we know who have Parkinson’s also have cirrhosis. Is it possible that his Parkinson’s medication could have caused the cirrhosis?
Dear Annie: I live in a neighborhood with two non-state-maintained roads. One is a long, straight, steep hill with about 20 residences. My neighbor “Sally” lives in the middle of the hill. She lets her pets roam free in her yard and has toddler grandchildren.
As we come off of what proved to be a very competitive primary season, we now turn our attention towards the general election in November. The issue of education will no doubt play a prominent role during this election cycle.
When we reminisce about our school days, we often think of our favorite teachers! Those whom we remember fondly are the teachers who connected with us as individuals, made us feel special, showed compassion and believed in us.
I have been at my job for almost 12 years. About three years ago, I met a girl who had recently started working there.
There’s a mouse in the house! Yes, that’s right. Running down my hallway, scampering through the kitchen, with long squiggly tail, furry little body, big ears, beady eyes and razor-sharp teeth, this beast has unleashed all manner of rodent terror. “Home sweet home” has become a battle of the wits, a place to fear (what if the mouse got in my bed)!
Students at Heritage Middle School were honored at the school’s second annual SWAG Awards Assembly. SWAG, an acronym standing for Students With Aspiring Goals, recognizes students who scored proficient and/or highly proficient on Arizona’s state assessment--AZMerit.
This week we’ll stay within city limits with a hike to the Storm Ranch area of the Granite Dells.
- Virus affecting deer in Yavapai Hills area near Prescott
- Whispering Rock subdivision gets Prescott Council approval
- Former Prescott pastor faces new child molestation and abuse charges, held on $1M bond
- Sheriff’s Office seeking Prescott man in connection with aggravated assault
- Need2Know: Land development allowed adjacent to ERAU; Dutch Bros opens in Prescott; PV pizza place; Talking Glass
- Large police presence at Prescott High School; campus surrounded
- Large police presence at Prescott High School; law enforcement clearing campus
- Bodies of 4 men in ATV crash off an Arizona cliff recovered
- Police search for armed person at Prescott High School, turn up nothing
- YCSO volunteer rescues dog attached to moving semi-truck
- Prescott High student’s gunshot death double tragedy
- Authorities investigating shooting death of PHS student
- Update: SR 89 reopens after fatal crash north of Chino Valley
- One killed in plane crash north of Prescott Airport
- Virus affecting deer in Yavapai Hills area near Prescott
- 22-year-old mother dead after multiple-vehicle crash on State Route 260
- Two adults, one child killed in Highway 89 crash
- Plane crashes at Prescott Airport; no signs of life
- Need2Know: Dunkin’ Donuts; luxury apartments coming; Burlington; King Kong gone?; Sushi; Raven Café; and Dollar General
- 3 teenagers arrested for firing gun in Prescott Valley’s Fain Park