If you want to know the life expectancy in Prescott, the health and wellness programs to allow one to age in style, and how many children in this community get vaccinated, the Yavapai County Community Health Services wants you to check out its new dashboard.
In her 20s, Lynda Bennett admits, her life was a “train wreck.”
In her first year as an elementary school teacher, Stacey Gagnon was assigned a little boy who was deemed a school menace. Gagnon’s options were few.
Dr. Scott Hicks is no stranger to the Prescott community — he is from a multi-generational Prescott family with deep civic roots and, for over a quarter century, has worked in the family dental business.
U.S. VETS Prescott is vying to be the agency selected restore and renovate a row of former officer headquarters on the local VA campus into housing for senior veterans.
U.S. VETS Prescott Executive Director Carole Benedict is clear that housing homeless and at-risk veterans is not an easy proposition.
At Taylor Hicks Elementary, celebrating student success is an everyday affair, be it for learning a new math concept, writing a fun essay or simply being a trustworthy classmate.
Social isolation for seniors cannot be shrugged aside — suicide rates alone speak to its severity.
When one thinks of childhood, the experience should conjure jumping into mud puddles, tracing one’s height on a wall chart, piecing together jigsaw puzzles, racing siblings around the backyard.