Dig. Plant. Breathe. As spring’s arrival in the Northern Hemisphere coincides with government stay-at-home orders, the itch to get outside has turned backyard gardens into a getaway for the mind in chaotic times.
President Trump spoke solemnly to the American people at a press conference Tuesday and he laid out the sacrifices it will take to defeat the virus
As I write this month’s article for “let’s talk about dementia”, there are close to 66,000+ reported cases and 1000+ deaths related to COVID-19 in the United States.
Major League Baseball postponed the season scheduled to start this week due to Corona Virus that crossed the ocean to the U.S. from China this year.
My dogs are so totally bored, and they are not about to hide their feelings.
Dear Dr. Roach: I am a 68-year-old male and have been very athletic my entire life.
As I write this, Governor Ducey has closed all schools in Arizona through April 10th and Chino Valley Schools students have not been in classrooms for three weeks including spring break with at least another two weeks to go.
From all of us at PUSD, we want our community to know that during this time of uncertainty, Prescott Unified School District is working very hard to provide distance learning to children and connect families with community resources.
Social Isolation. Continues. The self-quarantine of Americans goes on with unexpected outcomes.
Rebecca Kraxberger is a believer that students and faculty alike can be empowered to embrace good nutrition and healthy exercise when it’s offered to them in an “appealing atmosphere.”
This Sunday I’m going to talk about the Southwest, starting before Arizona and Prescott existed. These decades were tumultuous times in American history.
The courthouse was still new when the first event was held in the courtroom, and it was not a term of court. On Christmas Eve there was a town gathering to celebrate the holiday. Harriet Turner held this event the previous year in the old territorial legislative building, but now that a larger room was available, she took advantage of it.
I was lucky enough to make several wonderful friends in college a decade ago, and a number of them are still in my life. A kindred spirit amongst them moved to the same city as I did after we graduated, and we conquered and failed our way through the many obstacles of our early adult lives. We were like a living, breathing Taylor Swift song.
Sustainability Alliance of Arizona in Sedona is offering some tips for ways to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Trump continued calling the pandemic the virus rather than the Chinese virus this week. Trump said even though it started in Wuhan, he doesn’t want Chinese-Americans to feel stigmatized. Every country in the world has the Corona Virus now, but China got it right off the bat.
With so many students home from school and families seeking interesting things to do that are healthy, safe and educational, this column is dedicated to you.
An early, painted Swedish sideboard next to a leather sectional. An ornate Italian walnut headboard on a bed dressed in featherweight linen. A collection of colorful 1930s Fiestaware pottery on a Lucite bookshelf.