As drought, extreme heat, and wildfires plague the West, the ability of our communities to withstand and/or adapt to water stresses—their water resilience—is in question. The water practices and perspectives of Arizona’s Native Nations provide insights into developing pathways toward a more sustainable and resilient future. Tribal Water Resilience in a Changing Environment, the focus
August 28, 2021
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by a concerned citizen recently regarding a scam surrounding The Community Services Block Grant or (CSBG) which provides funds to alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty in communities. The local reported that the information passed on to her from a friend was that a person could potentially receive
Yavapai College is offering an array of late start classes this fall semester. All the classes will be eight weeks in length and will begin on October 11. These classes are designed to be completed on an accelerated timeline, 50% shorter than normal classes. In-person classes are available at all six of YC’s campuses and
Photo: Megan Townsend The Prescott Badgers opened up their 2021 season with a clean sweep of Thunderbird, 9-0 yesterday at Prescott High School. “This was a solid first match of the season, but plenty to improve on as we move forward. We hope to see you at a match to cheer on these young ladies,”
Photo: U.S. Army commander discusses operation with Afghan National Army soldier during a battlefield circulation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kenny Holston/Released) Can’t sleep. Hypervigilance. Adrenalin. I have a repeating loop of events I experienced replaying in my head from being at the Kabul Airport, on convoys into and out along a narrow
David McNabb interviews JT, the Pastor of Starting Point Church, which is at the Gateway Mall.