Girls who attended the Sister-to-Sister event on May 1 at Yavapai College (YC) said they heard stories of struggle and inspiration, learned about the benefits ...
Wendy Bridges is creating and fostering a climate of opportunities for businesses and for customers. Bridges is the economic development coordinator for the City of ...
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott (ERAU) has been named one of the “Top 125 Companies in Arizona to Work For,” based on results of a statewide survey ...
When creating a story, a woman can either enter a room or a blonde in a polka-dotted red dress and six-inch stilettos, swinging a chain ...
Electricity is a 24/7 industry, which means a 24/7 need for workers. In addition to the high-demand nature of the field, the level of retirement-age ...
The most common cause of permanent hearing loss is noise exposure. That being said, unless you live in a perfectly quiet world, it is likely that you are exposing your hearing organ (cochlea) to excessive vibration. We hear through vibration and vibration is what causes the damage! It is a Catch-22. The hearing organ is […]
In the past few months, the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium atop the STEM Center (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) on the west edge of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott campus has become a destination, not just an attraction, for visitors to the Prescott area. More than 15,000 visitors from throughout the United States and several […]
Did you know that Prescott has 65 properties that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places? Historic structures are abundant and beautiful! There’s much to admire about owning a historic home. However, before you fall in love with the gleam of summer light cascading through a century-old stained glass window, pause and consider […]
It’s been over 77 years since I lost an uncle in Europe during World War II, but his memory is strong within our family. Stories live on about the last time the family saw him before he headed off to that fateful day and they are filled with details of his bravery. Because of these […]
When it comes to being prepared for retirement, you may not be as set as you think. According to TIAA’s 2017 Lifetime Income Survey, fewer than half of Americans are aware of how much they have saved for their golden years. Now is the perfect time to sit down and analyze your current financial picture […]
As 24-year Prescott residents, my wife and I consider Prescott our home, and the folks who live here are like family. Five years ago, on June 30, 2013, our entire family was devastated by the news that 19 young men lost their lives battling the Yarnell Hill fire. These brave men were part of the […]
More than 100 people from throughout the Quad Cities heard Governor Doug Ducey say how pleased he is the Arizona economy has turned upward these past few months. Ducey spoke during a morning breakfast program June 22 at Touchmark at the Ranch, a retirement resort in Prescott. Introduced by Sanford Cohen, immediate past chair of […]
Welcome to “At Home With Tom & Sandy!” Here we are, Tom, on the south side of 2018. July is such a special patriotic month and I feel that not nearly enough Americans are aware that much of what the country considers our most patriotic month is peppered with some great songs that make clear […]