Dear Readers: We were overwhelmed with letters about the college admissions scandal, and this is a continuation of yesterday’s column, filled with questions, criticism and praise from my many talented and brilliant readers.
Located in a charming, new enclave development, this beautiful new home is centrally located in Prescott, less than 4 miles from the Courthouse square.
Before it’s too late, I must address one of my pet peeves: deliberately putting plastic in soil.
Whether you are new to container gardening or have years of experience, there probably is something you’ll find valuable in this article.
More and more homeowners are planting a tree to celebrate the birth of a grandchild, mark a wedding, remember those from the past or a pet at final rest in the back yard, but not all trees are created equal when it comes to mountain landscapes.
If you’ve thought there isn’t much to see in our area gardens during the winter and spring months, you must visit Alta Vista Garden Club’s May Garden of the Month.
Changing markets and confusion over what can be thrown in recycling bins has forced some communities to rethink or even suspend their recycling programs.
This past week, three calls came in with questions on lightning protection, and with our monsoons upon us and the dissipation of lightning, surge protection has become a much more complex and important issue because the value of electronic equipment in a typical home has increased enormously.
Prescott Meals on Wheels serves from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at 1280 E. Rosser St., Prescott; 445-7630. Menus subject to change.
“Adulting” is hard. Getting enough sleep as working, parenting adults is nearly impossible.
Dear Readers: Many of you have strong opinions about the college admissions scandal, and because there were so many thoughtful replies, I am devoting a few columns to reprinting some of the feedback to my proposed solution of fining the parents to pay for scholarships:
The Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew Learning and Tribute Center board and the Elks Theatre will host a showing of “Only the Brave,” the 2017 film about the Granite Mountain Hotshots.
On May 27, Memorial Day, the American Legion will be posting the flags on the Avenue of Flags at Henry Cordes Park at 8 a.m.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center PhysicianCare announces the addition of Kelly Marshall, FNP, Family Medicine, to its Primary Care team in Prescott Valley.
Dear Annie. I have a 6-year-old daughter who won’t go to sleep on her own. She has an innate fear of staying alone in her room.
NBA officials expressed concern over lower TV ratings in the NBA playoffs this year.
If you get injured or have surgery, your doctor may prescribe opioids, a class of drugs used to treat pain.
Animal abuse! How can that happen? I guess it is the same reason we have school shootings and domestic violence.
Look into Monkey’s eyes and one can tell he needs someone to nurture him and help build his confidence and trust.
Lila with the lovely large green eyes. She arrived in her foster home with three adorable babies.
Tiva-H is a 1-1/2-year-old dark tabby girl. H means she lives at the house and not in a foster home.
The Prescott Valley Police Department invites the public to its “K9 Kaper,” an event to introduce Belgian Malinois’ Chewy, Kion, Kato, and Groot to the public.