Bradshaw Mountain High School science teacher Glenn Grovenstein and his wife, Darcy, were just finishing a Disney World spring break vacation when the COVID-19 outbreak forced the world-renowned theme park to close.
The owner of a mobile home escaped an early-morning fire Tuesday, May 26, that consumed about half the double-roof property in the 2300 block of North Navajo Trail in Chino Valley, leaving it a total loss.
On what would have been Prescott High School’s graduation day, May 22, Badger Media advisor and media technology specialist Robyn Bryce created something very special for the Class of 2020: a virtual graduation ceremony video titled, “You Did It!”
In a traditional school year, educators and students alike are jumpy with excitement on their last day.
On Memorial Day, the Prescott National Cemetery’s annual wreath-laying ceremony will be performed — but without an audience.
From as far back as he can remember, Kort Miner was a teacher and a coach; his first students and players were his younger siblings.
Family trauma and forced relocation left a single mother who once worked as a chemist without a job and the means to find an affordable place to live with her children.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center is seeking a “strategic collaboration” with Dignity Health as a means to expand its 21st century state-of-the-art medical care with facilities and services suitable to growing community expectations, hospital officials announced on Wednesday.
Bradshaw Mountain High School senior McKyrie Herb is happy to know COVID-19 will not steal her chance to share in a graduation ceremony with some 400 classmates, many she has known since she started kindergarten in the Humboldt Unified District 13 years ago.
The new Bradshaw Mountain High School principal is no stranger to the Humboldt Unified School District.