For years, UPS business manager Peter Martinez headed up the multinational shipping company’s United Way employee contribution campaign.
With unanimous votes, the Prescott Unified Governing Board and the Humboldt Unified Governing Board Tuesday night, June 28, approved their proposed budgets for the 2022-23 year that gives both districts more money than they anticipated for operations and capital.
Area school districts this year are in something of a unique position when it comes to finances – instead of scrambling over how to meet expenses and pay competitive wages they can now invest money into their districts because state lawmakers agreed to funnel more dollars into public education this year.
The horror of the school massacre in Uvalde, Texas one month ago left the nation reeling again over the loss of 19 lives due to the seemingly undetected, unpredictable rage of a high school student killed by police amid the chaotic rampage.
People Magazine is known for its high-profile celebrity gossip and profiles — the pages most often covered with chat about the glitzy, and messy, lives of America’s rich and famous movie and music idols.
Prescott Unified School District Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Clark Tenney is sporting a smile rather than a frown these days.
From her earliest years, Coalition for Compassion and Justice’s new Executive Director Allison Lenocker was one who “rooted for the underdog.”
Rabbi Julie Kozlow of Prescott counts herself beyond blessed with her new faith endeavor that she describes as a start-from-scratch “synagogue without walls.”
Dignity Health officials announced late Monday afternoon, June 20, that its Yavapai Regional Medical Center affiliate’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anthony Torres will succeed the existing president and CEO John Amos in that same role.
Altogether, the three district superintendents in the tri-city area are charged with the academic nurture and social health of almost 12,000 children in 21 schools from pre-school to high school.