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.
Yavapai County Community Health Services is urging parents to start thinking about back-to-school vaccinations now.
The end is nigh. At least it is for Chino Valley High School seniors who graduate Wednesday night, May 22.
Meet Buki, an approximately 11-year-old Great Pyrenees.
It wasn’t supposed to happen this quickly. All the school years racing by, blurring together, class photos, field trips, homework, teacher conferences, new school clothes, supply shopping ... and now this. A grandson graduating from high school leaving me to ponder, where did 12 years go?
Between Congress and Yarnell lies the ghost town of Stanton, Arizona.
I’m not a racist, but I’ve been accused of it at work by several black women. I’m white and have many friends of other races.
At Granite Peak UU Congregation, 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott, on Sunday, May 19 at 10 a.m., the 5th Unitarian Universalist Principle, “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large” is the service focus.
Anthony Klockenbrink is banned by Airbnb, but the company won’t tell him why or how to get his account back. Now what?
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft won a ruling from his Florida judge that blocked airing a video of him receiving oral sex from an Asian prostitute, leading to a likely dismissal of all charges.
Unrelenting efforts by volunteers and the generosity of two estates have provided to the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society (DHHS) property for a new, permanent museum.
Every spring, thrips colonize a broad range of garden and landscape plants.
It was standing-room only at the Mayer Library on May 15 for the reopening of the library after its recent expansion, which turned out very well.