The Coalition for Compassion and Justice will host a grand reopening celebration for its thrift store in its renovated headquarters at 531 Madison Ave. on Friday and Saturday, July 23-24, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To date, eight Prescott residents have applied to fill the vacancy on the five-member Prescott Unified School District Governing Board, with a 5 p.m. deadline on Thursday, July 22, for anyone else who wishes to be a candidate, Yavapai County Superintendent Tim Carter said.
For anyone interested in playing a role in the education of students in the Prescott Unified School District, you might want to mark your calendars for a few important dates.
In 2016, Cristi Silverberg-Rose lost her best friend, Delissa Gardner Blair, “Lissa,” to an unthinkable tragedy — the 41-year-old pregnant mother of two daughters was shot and killed by her combat veteran husband in their Prescott home.
From the moment an accidentally-ignited wilderness fire in late May roared through Bagdad, destroying and damaging 24 homes, requiring evacuation of all 1,500 residents, the Yavapai County community rallied to support those families.
Carol Stanley didn’t grow up in the era of social media. Yet this ageless grandmother gets the allure of TikTok.
The annual Prescott Center for the Arts Young Playwrights Festival concluded with four students winning top honors, including two sixth graders from Prescott Valley Charter School teaming up to produce their original, 10-minute production.
The 55-year-old West Yavapai Guidance Clinic this week celebrated its rebranding to a new title and logo to Polara Health, one leaders suggest better defines its mission of guiding holistic health care that encompasses physical and mental wellness.
Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast announced last week that district families who need laptops and internet access can receive money to afford a computer to be used at home and a hotspot with services, according to a news release.
Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast announced this week that district families who need laptops and internet access can receive money to afford a computer to be used at home and hotpots with services.