A point often proven by history: The horse has a lot to teach the human. Contact between the two became closer when man started domesticating the horse around 4000 BC, and the relationship has evolved over time to inexorably link the two species. Today, that link is being used effectively to … [Read more...] about Healing Powers of the Herd
Event planners are busier than ever and, not surprisingly, smaller weddings have taken the lead, especially in Northern Arizona. “We’ve had a lot of micro-weddings of 50 people or less since March this year,” said Prescott-based Luella House Weddings and soon-to-open historic Willow Creek Inn … [Read more...] about Saying ‘I Do’ to Micro-Weddings
About 40 years ago, a new illness appeared, and because it was spreading like wildfire through the male gay community, it was dubbed the “gay cancer.” As the pandemic took life after life, the medical/scientific communities fought to understand it and how to stop it. After countless hours of … [Read more...] about Are People with HIV More at Risk for COVID?
There are so many questions regarding what is safe and what should be avoided during this pandemic. One of the constants is to keep things clean and disinfected. So, the question that some people have is, “Is it safe to have my house cleaners in my home?” There is no guarantee that anyone coming … [Read more...] about Is It Safe to Have House Cleaners in Your Home During the Pandemic?
Joany Cole was excited to expand her brewpub business by opening a second location in Prescott. A week later, the pandemic hit. Cole and her husband, Brian, had just signed a new lease and taken out a line of credit for a second location on Marina and Sheldon streets in Prescott. Shortly … [Read more...] about Loans Helping Local Establishments Weather the COVID Storm