To many in the community, whether they know it or not, Yavapai County Community Health Services Public Health Coordinator Terri Farneti has been a part of their daily routine since the tentacles of a global pandemic arrived near their and their neighbor’s doorsteps.
From the third-story patio deck of the brand new Dignity Health-Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Outpatient Services Building, a health and wellness center complete with an adjoining three-story patient parking garage, one can get a perfect view of Thumb Butte and the Prescott landscape.
Prescott Unified School District teachers who have been covering for absent colleagues will get more than a thank you now for giving up time they could otherwise use to prepare for their classes.
As a thank you to area educators for what they do for the good of all children in the community, the Friendly Pines Camp for the 43rd year in a row hosted its annual Salute to Educators celebration dinner on Monday, Sept. 27.
Lincoln Elementary fourth grader Annabelle Lambert dressed in a NASA uniform complete with helmet for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – posing questions via amateur radio to an astronaut aboard the International Space Station 260 miles above Hollis, New Hampshire.
The Coalition for Compassion and Justice is one step ahead in its plans to build an affordable, manufactured home village with the completed purchase of four acres in north Chino Valley.
The Prescott Unified School District will host its Tuesday, Oct. 5 meeting in the Prescott High School library where the school board will be provided insights into the school’s programs, operations and philosophy.
Humboldt Unified School District taxpayers voted in the November election to allow the Governing Board to sell the former district office on Highway 69 that is now generating just rental revenue.
In the year 2050, Granite Mountain fifth grader Adelade Verna would like nothing more than to build a home on Mars where she could live and be an explorer of the red planet and the rest of the universe.
As the holiday season draws closer, The Salvation Army Prescott Corps has high hopes to once again tap into the community’s generosity to help provide gifts and donations for underprivileged children.