The teasing banter around a lace-cloth covered dining room table in a Prescott Valley home last week between four adults and visitors was that of longtime friends, relatives, or at least neighbors.
A crime fighter and justice seeker, Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk experienced a job-fueled epiphany in about late 2005 that left her seeking answers to a troubling mystery.
Merilee Fowler counts herself the introvert in her family — an oxymoron for someone often thrust into the spotlight as she time and again spars against the latest local, state and national drug beast du jour.
Should every rape be reported? Should anyone — man or woman — be asked why they don’t leave an abusive partner? Does human trafficking occur in the quad-city area?
For the second time in her nine years serving on the Prescott Unified Governing Board, veteran member Tina Seeley was unanimously voted in Tuesday night as the next board president.
West Yavapai Guidance Clinic leaders on Thursday, Jan. 3, opened the doors of its now 18-year-old Windsong Center in Prescott Valley to offer community and non-profit agency leaders a chance to tour its out-patient facility for children and adults.
David and Marcie Moody are incredulous that their Medicare supplemental insurance premium with UnitedHealthcare is going up $30 a month but they are losing a key benefit, enrollment in the national SilverSneakers program.
Years of guidance coming to end
In her more than two decades as the voice for the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic, Laura Norman is proud to say she has witnessed a lessening of the stigma attached to treatment of mental illness and addiction.
An American flag waves from the front porch of a two-story Victorian Revival-style, gabled roof house on the local VA’s 164-acre campus just off Highway 89.
Roll out the welcome mat – 2,000 high school student council members from across Arizona will descend on Prescott High School for three days of leadership and brainstorming workshops in January.