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Young Professionals Valuing Family, Community, Professional and Personal Growth

Young professionals are the future of the professional workforce. A Fact Sheet from the Department for Professional Employees (DPE) of the AFL-CIO labor union states they are more likely to be college graduates, work in fast-growing occupations and are racially and ethnically diverse. The DPE Fact Sheet presents analysis based on Current Population Survey data […]

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Online Grocery Shopping Has Arrived in the Quad Cities

Extra busy? Too tired? Are family members or pets demanding your undivided attention? Missing a key ingredient for that favorite recipe? Just need a little longer to finish that work-at-home gig? Or, just feel like relaxing at home or doing anything besides buying groceries? Your Instacart personal shopper and home delivery person may not dress […]

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YRMC Celebrates 75 Years on March 1, 2018

On March 1, 1943, Prescott Community Hospital – now Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) – opened its doors to care for patients. By 9:00 p.m. on that date, Florence Yount, MD, had delivered the first baby born at the new hospital. “This marked the official launch of a 75-year relationship between YRMC and the community,” […]

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Tech Services Expert Targets Older Market

Recognizing that many older users of high-tech and new tech devices, including computers, tablets and telephones, are often frustrated with the complex operating systems that let such system function, Chris Watson founded Prescott Tech with the specific intent of helping individuals understand how to make such systems work. Watson, who earned an applied science degree […]

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Coalition for Compassion and Justice Has New Leadership

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 […]

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Promoting Workplace Equality to Benefit All

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 female workers were to be fully explored, fostered, mentored and acknowledged. Until women command parity, there is no telling what discoveries the world could forfeit. Consider this: “If the cure […]

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