Dear Annie: I need advice on how to approach my son about the disorder in his house. He was raised in a very neat home. When he lived alone for several years, his house was immaculate. He’s now been married for four years. They have a 2-year-old and one on the way.
You must see this stunning meticulously maintained single level home with expansive views in the highly sought after Stoneridge subdivision.
Yes, we know that the construction industry is as busy and as hectic as ever. Yes, we know that project starts are a least 4 months out. Yes, we know that it is taking a while for permits to be issued.
Evergreens take center stage for the next few months, and you can feel when the landscape doesn’t have the right mix of evergreen trees and shrubs.
It's been eight months since I closed the door for the last time to my childhood home in suburban New Jersey and said goodbye to more than a half century of memories. I sometimes still struggle to let it go.
Anytime is a great time to add a few houseplants to your home. Adding greenery indoors expands your gardening opportunities and provides the many benefits of living with and tending plants
Damon Olsen, CEO for the James Family Prescott YMCA, accepts a $5,000 check from Sherrie Kerns, circulation manager for The Daily Courier and Prescott Newspapers, Inc.
Happenings and sermons at Prescott-area churches, congregations and places of worship, as of Feb. 29, 2024:
In my weekly column last Thursday, I mentioned how we’ve been receiving reports from customers of newly arrived hummingbirds. The day after my column ran in the paper, I led a store sponsored bird walk to Willow Lake, and we saw five or six Anna’s hummingbirds in the wild.
Dear Annie: I am 70 years old and blessed with two well-settled and caring grown children (one son and one daughter), who have each been blessed with two kids of their own. My marriage of 36 years fell apart six years ago.
Leap Day. It’s almost here. We have the pleasure of having another day added to the calendar, which only happens once every four years. Folklore and superstitions abound around Leap Year, ever since Julius Caesar introduced it in 46 B.C.
My family loves these for breakfast. So tasty, yet simple. I make these for dinner as well.
Dear Annie: Thank you for letting people know the importance of donating pet food to food banks and shelters.
The New York Post said millions of AT&T customers panicked Thursday when their cell phones went out.