As Arizona Snowbowl transitioned from its longest ski season ever to summer on the San Francisco Peaks, evidence of activity and a commitment to year-round ...
The Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Care Center (SJRADC), whose original home was at 826 Sunset Ave., in Prescott, has moved to its second site ...
Mike Wagner carefully examines shelves of milkweed plants growing in the Northern Arizona University Greenhouse. Of the 30 milkweed species native to Arizona, 15 are ...
Mike Fann really means it when he says we should give back to our community. Fann and his Prescott-based Fann Contracting company are donating a ...
Severe weather has wreaked havoc with winemakers on both sides of the Atlantic this spring. As adjusting with the elements is a staple of agriculture, ...
For some, the biggest issue on the upcoming primary and special election Aug. 29 may not be who gets elected to the Prescott Ctiy Council as mayor and city council members. Rather, it may be the fate of Prop 443, which asks voters to approve three-fourths of a cent sales tax to be used to […]
Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) offers many programs that distinguish it from other health care providers, and Advanced Wound Care is no doubt among the top on that list. “We’re the only wound care program in Northern Arizona, and have been treating patients in Yavapai County since 2008,” said Cheryl Sofonia, MPH, program manager, Advanced Wound […]
Let me introduce you to Mr. Arch. Mr. Arch works in the Yavapai County/City area and has supernatural superpowers. If you live or own a home in the Yavapai County/City area and have an issue, a problem, a question, a need or a unique building question, he is the superhero that can and wants to […]
Integrative cancer medicine explores the importance of the milieu or biological terrain in which the cancer and the mutations that led to it are able to grow, in order the make our biological terrain less hospitable to cancer growth. Indeed, the general public often senses the truth of this approach. As a result, they are […]
Wind noise has been an ongoing issue since the beginning of hearing aid use. I remember 30 years ago talking to people about managing wind noise when they were wearing a body-worn hearing aid. I asked people to change the direction they were facing so their back was to the wind or stand sideways to […]
Have you ever said “I feel like a train wreck,” or an “emotional basket case?” Most all of us have emotional baggage that we are carrying around. There is a way to dump this baggage. Think of it as an “attitude adjustment!” The Emotion Code was developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson (no relation) who realized […]
One of the great rewards of working in education is finding students who are passionate about their chosen careers. Alaina Rowitsch is one such student. Through the Mountain Institute Joint Technical Education (MIJTED), she is an Applied Pre-Engineering student in Yavapai College’s Career and Technical Education (CTEC) program. Alaina is pursuing her Associate of Applied […]
Many people live in the Prescott area for the outdoor lifestyle it provides. The outdoor lifestyle typically involves movement – hiking with the kids and family dog through groves of oaks and pines, biking and running or jogging on trails and streets. Needless to say, the feet can put in some work. But a painful […]
As the City of Prescott seeks to increase its ability to pay down the massive PSPRS liability that looms over our city, I have been reaching out to mayors in other jurisdictions, all of whom are greatly affected by PSPRS. In June, I sent a letter to Governor Doug Ducey, requesting his support at the […]