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Preparing for Fire Season

Fire season is upon us. Since we have had an exceptionally dry period dating back to last fall, we may have an early start to the wildland fire season in Prescott. The purpose of my column this month is to review the resources available to us to prevent and fight wildland fires, and what you […]

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Offering Hope through the Levo Tinnitus System

As many as 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, a debilitating health condition commonly known as “ringing in the ears.” Musicians, factory workers, veterans and many others endure its effects, including problems with concentration, sleep, anxiety and depression. Tinnitus affects a wide range of people, including those who are exposed to continuous noise and even […]

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At Home Tom and Sandy

Waking Up Your Plants for Spring

Welcome to “At Home with Tom and Sandy!” Now that we are in Spring, we have called on a “lifeline” to talk landscaping, because now is the time. As Tom and I always say, we are here to give you the inside scoop on real estate, the construction industry, what’s up, what’s down, what’s hot, […]

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Recognizing Prescott’s Natural Bounty and Beauty

Prescott is blessed with a unique setting and natural beauty. Our lakes and trails, our mountain vistas, the Prescott National Forest, open range, and the stunning Granite Dells make Prescott a favorite for visitors and the reason many of us moved here. It is incumbent upon the City of Prescott and our partners in Yavapai […]

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Yavapai College Providing Engineering Education, Paid Internships with NSF Grants

Spring is in the air, and Yavapai College’s National Science Foundation (NSF) grant internships are starting out strong. The NSF has awarded Yavapai College’s Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) in Prescott an $855,350 Advanced Technical Education Grant. The award will fund “Engineered for Success: Engineering Technician Training for Rural Arizona,” a three-year project designed […]

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Dancing for a Cause

Zachary Leonard (Zach) and Donna Werking are dancing for a cause on April 14. This team was nominated as contestants in this year’s 2nd Annual Dancing for the Stars (DFTS) event held at the Elks Theater and Performing Arts Center. Dancing for the Stars was brought to Prescott by Nicole Kennedy, vice president of development […]

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Dry Needling: Western Medicine’s Clinical Acupuncture

When Darlene Harmon, PT, describes dry needling, people usually ask if it’s similar to acupuncture. “We use the same needles, but that’s where the similarity ends,” said Harmon, a physical therapist in Physical Rehabilitation Services at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC). Dry needling – sometimes called clinical or Western acupuncture – relieves muscle pain and […]

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Simple Strategies to an Active Lifestyle

As spring arrives, it can be a motivation to get outside and be more active. Take advantage of the changing weather and get moving! Last month’s article was about the detrimental effects of a sedentary lifestyle and its impact on the cardiovascular, digestive, skeletal and nervous system. Now, lets talk about all the ways to […]

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