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Crawfest Raises Funds to Keep Kids Healthy 

Good friends, great food and good times were the order of the day as more than 300 gathered to raise more than $30,000 to promote children’s health. Sponsored by Dr. Peter Tibi and Yavapai Cardiac Surgery, the 6th Annual Crawfest was held Saturday, April 21, at the Holiday Gardens Courtyard in downtown Prescott.     Tibi, together […]

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Watters

Ten Ways to Use Rosemary from the Garden

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 […]

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Tarquinio

Keeping Bones Healthy 

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 […]

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Dinerman

Four Ways to Develop Strong Employee Management

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 […]

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Tips for Staying Hydrated in Arizona 

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 […]

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