After a year of spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes fit their new realities.
Sermons and happenings at Prescott-area churches and congregations, April 15, 2021.
The Spring Creation Science Seminar, put on by the Prescott Creation Society, will be Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Open Door Baptist Church, 8451 E. Stevens Drive, Prescott Valley.
Is a total knee replacement on your radar? If it is, you’re not alone.
Abigail Dudek celebrated her 40th birthday in Las Vegas a few months ago, grateful to go hiking and cycling without pain for the first time in more than two years.
Love is in the air! And so are the doves, finches and hummingbirds.
When the weather starts to warm, people are inspired to once again venture outdoors and spend more time away from home. People can benefit from having quick and easy dinner recipes at the ready so that hours are not spent in the kitchen after a day of fun in the fresh air.
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I’m married to a wonderful man, and we have four beautiful children.
With all the masks, hand-washing, sanitizing and social distancing, will we all have weak immune systems when life goes back to normal?
Courier digital subscribers can print this Wonderword Puzzle challenge. This feature will print on standard 8.5x11-inch paper.
On two legs or on four, or even on two wheels, Camp Verde’s newest trail offers what Steve Ayers calls spectacular views.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I have a problem with chronic urine infections. I am 78 years old, and suffer often from it.
The Chinese were among the many immigrant groups that migrated west during the 1860s and ’70s seeking work on the railroads or in the gold fields.
In 1910, A.W. Stewart of Prescott built a new airship embodying the principles of the Wright Brothers machine.
Given the social service needs that have arisen amid the global pandemic, the Prescott Area Leadership youth leader alumni have launched an “Aid in April” program to benefit area charities serving homeless individuals, families and children.
United States Navy veteran Robert Cordaro is a lifelong student of nutrition, eschewing red meat in favor of a more vegetable-based diet.
Catholic Charities’ operates a medical loan closet at its downtown Prescott office on Gurley Street intended to help those who may need a walker, a cane, or even a wheelchair or raised toilet, but cannot afford such equipment.
The Prescott VA is sponsoring a virtual 5K run throughout the month of April as part of Military Sexual Trauma and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Tessa Tan orders a sweatshirt from Armani Exchange, but it doesn’t fit. Why won’t the company exchange it for her?