Celebrating 15 Years Publishing in Prescott!
Before Betty DellaCorte helped launch Stepping Stones Agencies in Prescott 40 years ago, she opened the first-ever women’s shelter in the country.
Resilience and a passion for paying it forward define PV Chamber President/CEO Marnie Uhl’s life By Hilary Dartt Even the most unexpected chapters in life can have happy endings. Marnie Uhl, President/CEO of the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, is living proof....
Lisa Rhine has a unique, deeply personal perspective on the importance and influence of education—for individual students and for the community as a whole.
This energy-efficient home is a celebration of nature, year-roundBy Hilary DarttTo Suzanne Teachey and Steve Tidwell, their Prescott home is just about perfect.Literally built into the landscape, nestled in amongst the boulders and trees, the 2,400-square-foot,...
From the outside, the lovely turn-of-the-century Craftsman house set back from the street and up to a set of curved concrete steps that winds through rich garden beds, is the epitome of Prescott’s Park Avenue. Features like cedar shingles and a generous deck make it charming and quaint, while the setting provides treehouse-worthy views of downtown rooftops and P Mountain.
Kat Richards and Trevor Jurgens have poured as much creativity into making their house a home as they do into their other endeavors. As a result, their ranch-style property in Prescott Valley showcases an eclectic blend of old and new, color and texture, while also reflecting their values, interests, and personalities.
Are you ready to make 2020 your best year ever? Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) recommends the following five healthy habits to inspire you to make the New Year the best year.
Every year, more than one out of four adults age 65 or older fall, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those who fall, more than 800,000 are hospitalized because of injuries, usually to the head or hip.
Arizona Provider Training (APT) has made its mark throughout the state by providing affordable classes and certifications in both English and Spanish that help students land a fulfilling job or further understand and prepare themselves for a current life situation. From school teachers, nurses, daycare center employees, babysitters, human resource employees, and Direct Support Professionals, graduates receive quality training by leaders who connect with the students by preparing them for real-life situations through authentic training and life experiences.