March 17, 2022

Events

Seventh Annual “Brew Your Book” Writing Seminar Returns to Prescott

Bestselling local author, and established book coach, Kim Galloway, owner of New Frontier Books, is holding the seventh annual three-day seminar about how to finally write a message-driven non-fiction book. “Brew Your Book – LIVE! Stop ‘Percolating’ on Your Message and FINALLY Write Your Book” will be offered April 7-9, 2022, at the Hassayampa Inn

Local

Prescott Launches New Survey Tool to Better Understand Public Trust and Community Priorities

The Prescott Police Department is launching a new public survey tool to better understand local concerns, attitude, and trust in their local police officers. The survey will appear to residents on their mobile devices. The tool will enable the department to understand local neighborhood issues and enhance their responsiveness to community priorities more holistically. This

Taxes

Income Tax Credit for Residential Solar Devices – Arizona Department of Revenue

Homeowners who installed a solar energy device in their residential home during 2021 are advised to submit Form 310, Credit for Solar Energy Devices with their individual income tax return and Form 301, Nonrefundable Individual Tax Credits and Recapture. A solar energy device is a system or series of mechanisms which collect and transfer solar

Opinion

Opinion: Social Media at 25 — a Mental Health Checkup – Inside Sources

Twenty-five years ago, the age of social media began with the launch of sixdegrees.com, a website that allowed users to create custom profiles. At the time, many of us were not aware of what was going on, but this moment marked an important turning point in the way we would communicate and consume information, and for

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