Dorothy Bessette plays Bingo every day and watches the news every night. The native of Canton, Ohio, who will turn 105 in August, is well aware of the COVID-19 coronavirus and the havoc it is creating everywhere.
Prescott High School senior Madison Jackson twirled in front of a mirror in her knock-off price designer gown, an elegant deep-blue beaded and white tulle halter dress she was to wear to the April 17 prom.
Heather Seets is fostering cheer for what is for far too many people is a downright dreary time.
With the COVID-19 coronavirus wreaking havoc everywhere, the Yavapai County Education Foundation is far from alone.
The Coalition for Compassion and Justice will be operating as the city’s sole 24-7 emergency shelter for the area’s adult homeless beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday to comply with the state stay home order.
The area’s educational limbo due to the COVID-19 coronavirus has come to an end.
Carl Mueller was quiet and wistful as he gazed at a text snapshot of the painting, “Into the Breach.”
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.”