February 9, 2022

Job Fair

Chino Valley Job Fair Friday, Feb. 18

Yavapai College and the Regional Economic Development Center are partnering with other community organizations to sponsor the Chino Valley Job Fair at the Chino Valley High School (760 E. Center St.) on Friday, Feb. 18 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Attendees can learn the latest information about careers; apply for part-time, full-time, temporary, and


Badgers Rebound With 8-0 Over Bradshaw Mountain: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 19 Rieley Petkovich scoring the second goal of the game for the Badgers Varsity Girls Soccer The Prescott Badgers closed out their regular season with an 8-0 win over the Bradshaw Mountain Bears in Prescott Valley. After the tough loss at home to #1 Flagstaff last Friday, Prescott ranked #4, wanted to move forward


Museum Opens Registration for “Toy-Tastic” Day Camp

The Sharlot Hall Museum is launching an all-new day camp titled “Toy-Tastic,” inspired by their exhibit “Toys! It’s Not All Fun & Games.” The camp is open to children ages 9-12 and kicks off three days of creative fun, March 16-18, at the Sharlot Hall Museum. Kids will be introduced to popular toys of the


Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Offering Free Resource Guide, How to Start a Nonprofit

A new free resource guide from the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits provides insight and questions to ask when considering the creation of a new nonprofit organization, including what other options may exist for an individual to contribute to their desired community impact. If creating a nonprofit is the option, the guide leads users through the


Opinion: Arizona Considers Welcome Mat for International Doctors – Inside Sources

American medicine faces a limited supply of qualified personnel. In 2020, USA Today reported that 218 U.S. counties have zero doctors. In 2022, a bill in the Arizona Senate (SB 1331) seeks to relieve these constraints by allowing certain doctors who are trained and licensed outside the United States to practice in Arizona—an idea that may


Tiny fraction of DACA applications sent to ICE; still gives advocates pause

Of more than 3 million DACA applications since 2012, about 900 were referred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement – still too many for advocates who said they were promised no information would be shared with enforcement agencies. The numbers were contained in a recent Government Accountability Office report that said U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

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