A Yavapai County Superior Court jury recently awarded a $3 million verdict to a 45-year-old Prescott man who suffered complications from a 2019 spinal surgery he blames on the then-Yavapai Regional Medical Center leadership’s improper credentialing and granting of privileges to his neurosurgeon.
In the nonprofit, veteran-focused agency’s spirit of growing their own leaders, U.S. VETS Prescott’s new agency leader most recently served as the agency’s program manager promoted to succeed his former boss Carole Benedict who championed his selection as part of her role with the agency’s national administrative team.
The Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board has decided to seek its next superintendent from within the district’s existing leadership team.
Amid area holiday festivities, a number of local residents have taken to social media to post concerns about the less vulnerable in the greater Prescott area, particularly those they have seen sleeping in business vestibules or living out of cars parked in shopping centers or closed restaurants.
In the month when the nation celebrates Veterans Day and Thanksgiving, a 90-year-old retired career United States Navy chief electrician is thankful for the chance he was given to serve his country in both the Korean and Vietnam wars...
The Prescott Unified School District leaders sent out a survey this past week to gauge whether or not families and community members might be willing to approve a bond request to cover the multi-million dollar expense of replacing aging heating and air conditioning units on the district’s seven campuses.
Area Lions Clubs of Yavapai County were able to replace a 27-year-old mobile eye clinic thanks to a donation of a 10-year-old travel vehicle from Dignity Health Yavapai Regional Medical Center that through the hospital foundation just purchased a new 38-foot mobile clinic for its Partners for Healthy Students program.
Yavapai Territorial Gospel Rescue mission founders Dave and Yvonne Barreras know a lot about divine serendipity; the re-homing of their two beloved tortoises in Tucson and a $250,000 donation paved their way to launch a transitional housing ministry for women and children in Prescott a decade ago.
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Prescott is embracing the Christmas season spirit of spreading love and cheer to hundreds of those in the greater Prescott area who require it most amid holiday festivities they may be unable to partake in this year.
A healthy man walking up a flight of stairs suddenly stumbles, the left side of his body so weak he can barely move.