Recognizing that many residents in the Quad Cities area have questions about future water supplies and availability, The City of Prescott, through its Water Resource ...
Ever step out and marvel at the crisp night sky we enjoy in central Arizona? Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is offering programs to help us learn ...
Pounding hooves of quarterhorses and thoroughbreds may soon echo off the previously non-active Yavapai Downs racetrack if all expectations of its new owners are met. ...
Efforts are underway to increase the number of golden eagles on Babbitt Ranches in Northern Arizona. Researchers are concerned a drier, warmer climate may be ...
The most compelling argument for gender equality in the workplace evokes the “what if” of societal growth and human potential if the intellectual capital of ...
The skill of a local golf club maker, coupled with the generosity of the Prescott Habitat for Humanity ReStore, once again have made it possible for local youngsters to have their own clubs and other golf equipment at no personal cost. Pat Shepherd, a Prescott resident, is owner of Shepherd’s Shillelaghs Custom Golf Clubs. He […]
Prescott’s largest homeless shelter operated by the 17-year-old Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ) has a new executive director. Jessi Hans had served as assistant director since February of 2017. Hans, a native of Iowa, attended Northwest Missouri State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree. For several years before joining the CCJ staff, she […]
Massage therapy has long been recognized as a means of bringing about feelings of peace and relaxation and reducing stress. While there are numerous techniques and methods, one of the most popular and most beneficial massage modalities is Swedish massage. Swedish massage, known in Europe as classic massage, involves the use of long, gliding strokes […]
“I hope the communities we serve are safer and healthier because of what we do.” That’s the credo that Leslie Horton, director of Yavapai County Community Health Services, makes public whenever she has the chance. “I see my obligation as assuring that public health services are effectively and efficiently delivered throughout Yavapai County,” said Horton, […]
February is American Heart Month. What better time to highlight the importance of good heart health than in February, when so many individuals celebrate Valentine’s Day? This day is traditionally recognized with expressions of love for one another through the presentation of chocolates, confections and other sweets. Other traditional gifts include flowers and greeting cards. […]
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a grant to The Career and Technical Education School (CTEC) for rural community colleges. Under the grant, CTEC utilized the grant for the Applied Pre-Engineering (AAS degree) and Integrated Systems Engineering Technician (Certificate) programs by creating paid internships with local companies. The design of the Applied Pre-Engineering program is […]
I’d like to introduce Dr. Raghav Mohindra, a board-certified geriatric and internal medicine specialist. Three As that are essential in Dr Mohindra’s life: Availability (24/7) Affability and Ability. “I enjoy meeting one on one with all of my patients and take pride in my work,” Mohindra said. At the young age of 38, he has […]
Welcome to “At Home With Tom & Sandy.” Happy New Year! It is never too late. Every day, people pass up opportunities to make a difference in our community. We can all do “something” and it doesn’t have to cost anything. So, start a daily habit of doing “something.” If you have the power to make someone happy – DO IT. […]