A local foundation is taking steps to improve the teacher shortage in Yavapai County by increasing its pledge to support qualified scholarship applicants. Yavapai County ...
Connie Meeks prides herself on being a country girl. She lives on a dirt road on the prairie north of Prescott Valley; she teaches others ...
Real success in the business and professional world requires far more than just academic and technical skills. That is the message from senior vice president ...
Experts say there is more to financial health than simply how much income individuals generate in a given year. It has a lot to do ...
Prescott has earned many accolades in 2017, including being named a great place to live and having its downtown recognized as a great destination. In ...
The 2018 organic seed has arrived at Watters Garden Center. Each packet is stamped with an official non-GMO seal, ensuring that these seeds have not been genetically modified. Make sure to verify a seed’s freshness date, organic status and whether it is genetically modified before you buy your seeds for this spring. If you buy […]
So, you’ve just been served with divorce papers. What now? Following the initial shock of being served, panic and a feeling of being overwhelmed often seems to hit next. If minor children are involved, the biggest fear often revolves around custody and parenting plans. At the same time, financial concerns such as who is going […]
One of the most noted natural disasters in history was the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which buried and preserved the Roman city of Pompeii in volcanic ash and rock. Educators like Sari Custer, vice president of curiosity at the Arizona Science Center, compare the volcanic activity with geologic processes in Northern Arizona. “When Mount Vesuvius […]
Ready for the New Year? Feeling overwhelmed with your current day-to-day tasks? Feeling guilty about what you don’t accomplish? Afraid to make those New Year resolutions because there is just not enough time? Everyone feels these types of feelings at some time or another or in some cases…always. In an effort to simplify the day-to-day, […]
Thrusting his hand out in warm handshake, he smiles broadly. “Hi, I’m Harold Viehweg. Thanks for all you do for the community.” That is a pretty typical greeting most people get when they meet Viehweg in his tightly-organized, uncluttered ground-floor office in the Prescott Chamber of Commerce building on Goodwin Street. Not everyone who enters […]
NAU had many reasons to celebrate in 2017. Our outstanding faculty and staff and our strong degree programs placed us in the top 2.9 percent of degree-granting higher education institutions in the world, according to rankings from the Center for World University Rankings. Our team’s dedication earned our university a higher education civic engagement award […]
Some people are entirely convinced that the devices we carry around with us or that are popping up in homes everywhere are surreptitiously activating their microphones and listening to our conversations. It’s the only way, they contend, that your Facebook feed could suddenly show you posts regarding the latest kitchen gadget the same night you […]
Jodi Rooney, a member of the Prescott Valley Town Council, has been named 2017-2018 Woman of the Year by the Metropolitan Phoenix Chapter of Women in Transportation (WTS). From 2010 until recently, Rooney served as the Arizona Department of Transportation’s local public agency section manager. She was credited with being the architect for the ADOT […]