Students at Chino Valley High School are paying for the education of a Guatemalan student by selling Yuda Band bracelets at their school. Their motto: ...
When you look around the greater Quad Cities, signs of a strong economy include new construction and the steady stream of cars driven by out-of-town ...
Entrepreneurs Andrew and Katy McQuality were so energized about launching a drone photography business that they became first in Yavapai County to take and pass ...
Four of the most recently elected mayors in Central and Northern Arizona shared their views about economic development at the Arizona Association for Economic Development ...
Sedona Chef Lisa Dahl, owner and executive chef of Dahl Restaurant Group, is expanding her restaurant concepts with the debut of a “couture-burger lounge,” Butterfly ...
Peak wedding season is in the air. Efforts to save on wedding costs can be important. However, many people seem not to consider the financial or tax situation of their prospective partner as much as they probably should, and this can potentially have a larger effect on their financial picture than wedding costs. When you […]
Sometimes, when enjoying a glass of great wine, I like to think about all of the stops it made on its journey to me. From the original vine that was planted, and how long ago that may have been, to all of the people who had a hand in its making. All so I could sit here […]
Pain has two general categories: acute and chronic. Acute pain signals injury and generally resolves itself in less than 30 days as a person heals. Chronic pain refers to pain persisting longer than three months. It can last months to years. Chronic pain can be mild to severe, annoying to debilitating, and continuous to intermittent. Chronic […]
Rosemary is a hardy mountain evergreen shrub that’s easy to grow outside and even easier to use inside. Prized in the culinary world for its flavorful leaves, rosemary also has a fragrance and early spring beauty with its show of lavender flowers. There are so many ways to use rosemary from the garden, too many […]
I stepped through the metal detector and was slipping my brown leather belt back through belt loops when I heard a lilting voice behind me. “Are you Ray Newton? I turned. A blonde-haired woman extended her hand. “I’m Marvy McNeese. Welcome to my school.” She is the principal of Yavapai County Detention School, an extension […]
Osteoporosis is a medical condition of the bone that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. Osteoporosis bones have lost bone density and mass and, thus, have weakened. The bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue and may result in fractures. If you’re 50 or older […]
Responsible for the day-to-day operations, employees are one of the strongest assets of your business. However, when not managed well, they can also contribute to why a business fails. Strong employee management will not only allow you as a business owner to retain top talent, but recruit new talent and provide career growth for your […]
We’re coming into the driest time of the year and Arizona (the “arid zone”) is already one of the driest places on Earth. This year, it’s much drier than usual, given the lack of rain and snow we’ve had over the winter and early spring. Our typical atmospheric humidity in Prescott in late spring runs […]