It’s being called the Great American Eclipse because the Monday, Aug. 21, cosmic event when our moon aligns between the Earth and sun will only ...
The petite but familiar building on the corner of Highways 89A and 260 in Cottonwood that housed the Chamber of Commerce since the mid-1980s now ...
The famed Jersey Lilly Saloon, arguably one of the most popular drinking places on Whiskey Row, has new owners, and one of the first things ...
After opening the business more than three decades ago, Jake Weber has sold the Village of Oak Creek’s sole supermarket, Weber’s IGA, to the ...
Even as the owners of Prescott Gateway Mall (PGM) relist the property following failure to close escrow June 30 with the winning bidder in a ...
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 […]
With the significant jump in the occurrence of cancer over recent decades, many people today have questions. Let’s look at some of these and respond: How do I know if I have cancer? Most of us today have a cancer brewing inside our bodies. And most of these cancers will never be diagnosed by […]
Arizona’s forests are a state treasure, and they contribute to our quality of life in the high country. Every year during wildfire season, though, that treasure is under threat – a fact that we were reminded of this summer. We all agree on the need to keep our forests healthy, but attempts to prevent forest […]
Cadu Medina may well be the new, friendlier face of marketing. After four years in the San Francisco office of Young & Rubicam – a global advertising agency – Medina and his family relocated to Prescott, where his wife had spent her childhood. Here, the 40-something Medina launched craf2m (cadumedina.com), a marketing strategy and coaching […]
Few people would consider being in four major vehicle accidents in four years a positive thing. Richard Maranville does. Between the ages of 18 and 22, Maranville got first-hand experience dealing with pain and learning how it feels to be limited. Because of the accidents that fractured his spine, dislocated a knee, tore his rotator […]
Dorn Homes has announced a new program to make contributions to area schools as part of their promise to the Prescott Unified School District. Dorn Homes has committed to donating $25,000 to the PUSD throughout the next year. This donation program is reflective of the mission statement of the organization: “Enhancing the lives of all […]
If you need a website, there are plenty of great businesses that will do a good job for a lower price, said Joshua Bowen, co owner of Chispa, a new technology consulting firm in Prescott. “But if you need help with cyber security, custom software or if a new business needs help with the technical […]
Emphasizing the Deep Well Ranch project near the Prescott Municipal Airport could bring thousands of residents and millions of dollars of residential and commercial-industrial growth to Prescott during the next few decades, representatives of Espiritu Loci described the master plan to approximately 200 persons attending an open house July 13. Trevor Barger, chief executive officer […]
Brian Parrish, Interim CEO of The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (Navajo Gaming), is pleased to announce Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort will host The Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall from August 10-16. The Moving Wall is a half-sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. that has visited every state in the United States […]