October 26, 2021

Prescott YMCA

2022 James Family Prescott YMCA Youth Basketball League

The James Family Prescott YMCA’s 36th Annual Youth Basketball League season is almost here. The League, which is sponsored by Foothills Bank, will tip off January 8th and run through March 9th. Did you know that YMCA basketball goes back way beyond tear-away pants and orange slices? In fact, the YMCA was instrumental in the

Yavapai College

Yavapai College Foundation Honors Donors with Commemorative Wall

The Yavapai College Foundation (YCF), in partnership with Yavapai College, unveiled a wall commemorating the top 50 donors over the last 50 years. The three plaques unveiled at a ceremony Friday evening are located on the patio of Building 32 on the YC Prescott Campus. They honor those individuals, families, and organizations that have been

Gas Prices

Arizona Weekly Gas Price Update for Week of October 25, 2021

Arizona gas prices have risen 6.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.40/g today, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 2,269 stations in Arizona. Gas prices in Arizona are 23.3 cents per gallon higher than a month ago and stand $1.13/g higher than a year ago. According to GasBuddy price reports, the cheapest

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

In an article written by Hannah Simmons for Modern Health Central she asks, “What do Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore, Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron and Ellen DeGeneres all have in common? They quit smoking using hypnotherapy. Celebrities have discovered the effective results of hypnotherapy and have used it to conquer their own smoking habits.” Simmons cites results compiled


Competition in Electricity Has Been Good for Consumers and Good for the Environment

Electricity used to be boring.  Public utilities that provided power to homes and businesses were regulated monopolies and, by law, guaranteed a fixed rate-of-return on their generation, transmission, and distribution assets. Prices per kilowatt-hour were set by utility commissions after lengthy testimony from power companies, wanting higher rates, and consumer groups, wanting lower rates. About


Water for wildlife: Game & Fish refurbishing, replacing old catchment systems

Ed Jahrke drives his big white pickup down a winding, choppy dirt and gravel road into the Coconino National Forest. He’s the habitat implementation program manager with the Arizona Game & Fish Department, and on this day he’s working with contractors to finish a system to collect and store rainwater for wildlife to access as

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