More flights, larger planes answering the demand for air service from Prescott Great Lakes Airlines (GLA), the commercial airline serving the Quad Cities area, is ...
Tom Biel, executive vice president of Touchmark at the Ranch, has a gleam in his eye and broad smile when he tells prospective buyers that ...
Yavapai-Apache leader shares spiritual beliefs about water, urges awareness The Verde River should be treated as “a living spiritual entity,” says Yavapai-Apache Director of Cultural ...
Prescott is in the spotlight once again – make that twice again. It was recently set to be chosen by the readers of USA Today ...
When Don Grier first discovered Prescott in the early 1990s, he was with an adventurous motorcycle group from Southern California that often spent weekends and ...
Studies show that regular exercise after heart surgery increases quality of life and life expectancy. But after cardiac rehabilitation, some people find that determining how to begin or continue an ongoing fitness program, what to do and, most importantly, where to go for guidance can be daunting. The Pendleton Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center […]
Businesses and individuals are giving 13 Quad Cities schools a boost. Local grants are aimed at helping fund instrumental music programs, thanks to those who support the Prescott POPS Symphony Orchestra. POPS Board President Anne Babinsky said the board authorized $10,500 to be distributed among qualified public, private and charter schools that offer formal instrumental […]
Let me introduce you to Mr. Arch. Mr. Arch (Todd Marolf) works in the Yavapai County area has supernatural superpowers. If you live or own a home in the Yavapai County area and have an issue, a problem, a question, a need or a unique building question, he is the superhero that can and wants […]
Yavapai County residents who need specialized and rare blood tests can receive them close to home, thanks to a relationship Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) has established with Mayo Medical Labs. “Mayo approached YRMC about serving as our exclusive ‘reference lab,’” explained Stephanie Fricke, MT, ASCP, director, YRMC Laboratory Services. “We agreed to work with […]
Wildland fire season is already well underway in the Prescott area. Every year, I like to remind our citizens about the vast resources that are available to prevent and fight wildland fires. The U.S. Forest Service’s Fire Center at the Ernest A. Love air field in Prescott was dedicated in May, 1992. This regional Fire […]
Typically, when people think about the biggest risks to their financial security in retirement, health care costs come to mind. However, an often-overlooked risk is the costs associated with long-term care. For many Americans, the term “long-term care” has a new sense of urgency – particularly for the roughly 76 million of those in the […]
The alarm goes off. It’s time to get up and start your day. You place your feet on the floor and rise up. “Ouch, my knees and feet hurt.” Have you found yourself not quite that flexible? Are you dealing with soreness, pain and stiffness? Is a simple stretch to the side also difficult? My […]
What could be more appropriate in “The Softball Capital of Arizona” than the Arizona Softball Hall of Fame? That is what is in the Grace Sparkes Activity Center at 824 E. Gurley Street in Prescott. For the past 12 years, memorabilia paying tribute to renowned Arizona softball players – male and female – to coaches, […]