October 15, 2021

Arts & Culture

Yavapai College Performing Arts Center Opens Its Season with Bluegrass Mass, Oct. 23 & 24, 2021

After eighteen months of shutdowns, lockdowns and sheltering-in-place, Yavapai College Performing Arts Center is opening up to its beloved audiences with the sounds of coming home. Bluegrass Mass – a sweet, spiritual and toe-tapping evening of down-home spirituals, choral classics and local artists – launches Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s 27th Season, Saturday, Oct. 23


Online retail: The key to success

Do you have a new business or brand and want to know how you can draw in the attention of your customer or even gain new customers? Do you have an online store and want to know what you should be doing to be successful? The internet has drastically changed the way that we do


Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light Announces Retirement

Prescott Fire Chief Dennis Light has announced his intention to retire, effective February 1, 2022. In his letter to City management, Chief Light said:  “I’d like to personally thank each of you, the Prescott City Council, the greater Prescott community, my peers, and most importantly the men and women of the Prescott Fire Department who’ve


Attorney General Brnovich: Facebook Admits to Aiding Human Smuggling

Arizona turns evidence over to U.S. Department of Justice Attorney General Mark Brnovich is asking U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate Facebook’s alleged facilitation of human smuggling at Arizona’s southern border and stop its active encouragement and facilitation of illegal entry. General Brnovich wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after media reports detailed how human smugglers

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

11 Fall Tips for Better Gardens

Autumn gardening is a great time to look back on garden successes and disappointments. There’s still plenty of time to do some garden maintenance. Fall gardening takes advantage of cooler temperatures and fewer weeds and insects. Putting the garden to bed is not as hectic as waking it up in the spring. You’ll have time


Governor Ducey Announces Additional $5 Million For Small Businesses

Governor Doug Ducey today announced an additional $5 million to help Arizona small businesses recover from the economic consequences of the pandemic and extreme weather conditions. Governor Ducey launched the Back to Work Small Business Rehiring and Retention Program in August and has invested a total of $10 million in the program to support small,

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