Congratulations to Hunter on being this week’s Humboldt Unified School District Student of the Week.
Kari Anne Irwin, a Prescott High School class of 2006 alumni, earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing Management and Executive Leadership from Sacred Heart University in Dec. 2020.
Do you know an individual, business or nonprofit organization in the Quad Cities that deserves recognition for their efforts in “Finding and Making the Good”?
At 18, Beth Vicory is an affable, poised young lady determined to embrace life with a tight grasp.
Rebecca Cooley’s more- than-three-decade tenure with the Humboldt Unified School District started as a parent helper in 1986 at Lake Valley Elementary, then the district’s only such school.
Congratulations to Mackenzie from Humboldt Elementary for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
Prescott’s infectious disease specialist Dr. William Lockwood is no stranger to viruses — but even he is likely to say the COVID-19 novel coronavirus this year has proved a challenge for he and his fellow peers in the medical profession.
Congratulations to Dawson from Bright Futures Preschool for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
Prescott Valley resident Virginia Kilduff and her horse, Kisses On My Bottom, were named World Champions at the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Finals this month.
Jessi Hans describes herself as a “daring optimist.”
Larry Gray is no stranger to leadership in roles from military and law enforcement service to community stewardship.
In the midst of a global pandemic, area schools are up against a lot — keeping faculty and students safe from infection while still offering enriching academic lessons, socialization, even nutrition, for students whether they are on campus full-time, part-time or engaged in online instruction at home.
Finding and Making the Good has recognized Cindy Foss, director of the all-volunteer Prescott Area Restorative Initiatives (PARI), for her “tremendous work in and around Yavapai County for many years.”
Congratulations to Jessie Knight from Humboldt Elementary for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week!
In graduate school to become an occupational therapist, the Prescott VA’s new Medical Center Director Jean Gurga earned a health professional scholarship and was assigned to work with geriatric veterans in Bedford, Massachusetts.
Arizona Citizens for the Arts, in conjunction with the office of the Governor, awarded Arlene Minuskin, a photographer from Prescott, the 2020 Governor’s Arts Award in the Artist category representing the northwest Arizona region.
Dr. Ron Barnes was recognized Oct. 27 for his many contributions to Prescott by Finding & Making the Good, a volunteer group that is part of the Gato Community Gives program.
The Arizona State Bar has announced its 2020 Award Winners, honoring Deputy Yavapai County Attorney Bill Hughes with the Michael C. Cudahy Criminal Justice Award.
Calling them “heroes,” Prescott Unified School District Superintendent Joe Howard cheered the Facilities Department crew for its ingenuity and arduous labor that enabled schools to reopen last month.
The Humboldt Unified School District each month strives to honor teachers, support staff and volunteers who devote themselves to making their particular schools a special place for all.
Congratulations to Rafael Montero Molina from Lake Valley for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.
Saturday, Sept. 19 was declared Al Cheney Day in Prescott. A proclamation signed by Mayor Greg Mengarelli was presented to Cheney at the Sunrise Lions Club meeting on Thursday, Sept. 17, where Al gave a talk on How to Age Well.
West Yavapai Guidance Clinic’s Peer Support Program manager, Katy Welty, has been honored with the annual Peer Leadership Award from Arizona State University’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy.
As a young girl growing up in New England and Arizona with four siblings, Patty Bell-Demers was shy.