Real estate prices, jobs, restaurants and outdoor activities earn the city high marks Turn to page 56 in the February issue of Sunset magazine to ...
Strolling around an outdoor event and ordering specialties at food truck windows spurs curiosity about the business vision behind those delightful aromas and tantalizing menus. ...
When executives at the BMO Harris Banks in Yavapai County chose a philanthropic project to support, they were adamant that it should cross all cultural, ...
Many people walk right past the doors of Laserium MedSpa because they believe such cosmetic treatments are extremely expensive and financially out of reach. Kira ...
Though only officially on the job since the end of October 2016, Northern Arizona University-Yavapai Executive Director Richard Heath views every opportunity in the Quad ...
Starting on Friday, February 24, 2017, Catholic Charities’ The Loft, a drop-in day center serving the homeless, will be closing and transitioning into Manzanita Housing to serve vulnerable women. Catholic Charities will continue to provide support to the homeless through coordinated entry at its office and through other programs of homeless outreach and veteran services. […]
SenesTech, Inc., a developer of novel proprietary technologies for managing animal pest populations through fertility control, is hiring Dr. Sandra Alcaraz as vice president, regulatory affairs. The company also is providing further details on its international expansion strategy. Dr. Alcaraz is experienced in biological sciences, international regulatory affairs and the development and marketing of disruptive […]
The Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) will hold a Northern Economic Development Regional Symposium to discuss the “Economic and Community Benefits of Sports.” The symposium will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Feb. 23, at Stoneridge Golf Clubhouse, 1601 Bluff Top Drive in Prescott Valley. Chris Presson, president of both the Arizona Rattlers […]
With razor sharp hooked beaks, powerful grasping talons, and wingspans that can be more than 5 feet, Arizona’s birds of prey are magnificent to watch and essential to our native environment. Watters Garden Center is partnering with Arizona’s Raptor Experience in Chino Valley to teach local gardeners about birds in the landscape. Saturday, March 4, […]
Patients anticipating outpatient surgical procedures can save both out of pocket and insurance costs without compromising safety or quality. Outpatient surgery centers fall into two categories, Hospital Outpatient Surgery Departments (HOPD) and Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASC). HOPDs, as described, are the outpatient surgery departments owned directly by hospitals, and are generally located on hospital campuses. […]
I have a new favorite thing to do: Read reviews. I know, I know…this is something that many of you have probably made a habit of already. I mean, have you seen how many people have reviewed the “Banana Slicer” on Amazon? (If you haven’t, please put it on your to do list. You’ll thank […]
The creativity of container gardens can add punches of color, elegance and drama to our gardens. As with statuary and garden art, they are the accent pieces in gardens, drawing the eye and saying, “Look how beautiful it is here!” Because the plants grow quickly, the constant morphing makes boredom a non-issue! The key to […]
Student debt in 2016 reportedly increased by about six percent from 2015, with an estimated 43 million Americans owing more than $1.3 trillion in loans. However, some student debt holders in Yavapai County may be eligible for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF). Yavapai County Superintendent of Schools Tim Carter says the program helps […]