Ouch! Feel that jarring pain? It’s the prick of a needle advancing into your pocketbook as you stand at the pharmacy counter and realize just ...
Eight young men and women between the ages of 21 to 40 have been honored as “Visionary Award Winners” of the Prescott Area Young Professionals ...
Giving from the heart soars beyond cupid’s seasonally slung arrows into the whole year for Prescott Area Women Who Care (PAWWC). The new group’s community-minded ...
When Touchmark at the Ranch Executive Vice President Tom Biel initiated construction of the senior retirement community project in Prescott, he made a pledge to ...
Since opening in November 2006, just a year after breaking ground, the Prescott Valley Event Center has brought hundreds of entertainment events to the region, ...
Welcome to “At Home with Tom and Sandy.” This month we’re discussing water issues in the Quad Cities area. Sandy: Tom, what is one of the first questions folks ask you who are interested in relocating and building a home in Prescott? Tom: The number one question is, “What is the water situation in the […]
In today’s uncertain financial landscape, we believe it is more important than ever to establish a well-maintained portfolio that can help you reach your financial goals. Your portfolio needs to not only meet your need for capital, but also provide you with financial peace of mind. While there’s no simple formula to help you figure […]
There are many reasons to love ladybugs. This little red beetle started as a legend during the middle ages. European farmers, about 1000 A.D., struggled with insects that would eat and destroy their crops. At the first sign of crop damage, farmers would pray to “Our Lady the Virgin Mary” for help. The little bugs […]
Currently, employers across the country are overwhelmed by stacks of applications for only a handful of open positions. Sifting through these applications is time consuming and inefficient. You need a way to quickly pinpoint individuals with essential, verifiable workplace skills. One solution may be the ACT National Career Readiness Certificate (ACT NCRC), called ACT WorkKeys. […]
Oh no, here it comes again. The cough, sore throat, stuffy nose. It’s that time of year when the cold and flu become prevalent. But how can you tell the difference? A common cold and the flu are similar because they’re both respiratory illnesses. Even though they’re caused by different viruses, they share many of […]
Local business owners or those Interested in finding more about the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce and local business initiatives are invited to their next business Mixer on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 from 5-6:30pm. The event will be held at Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott. Watters Garden Center is a […]
Treating back pain and injuries non-surgically can be a less invasive way to feel better without complicated and risky surgery. Under the direction of fellowship-trained Neuroradiologist David Lloyd, M.D., Vascular and Interventional Specialists of Prescott (VISP), doctors perform minimally invasive, non-surgical back treatments that relieve pain and may help people avoid surgery. The doctors at […]
There is a plethora of new skin treatments. Some work and some are less effective. There are a number of “myths” that unfortunately may have become “reality” in the minds of those considering skin treatment options. MYTH: No pain, no gain. One of the common misperceptions is that in order for skin therapies to be […]