A favorite flower of days gone by would have to be a daisy, Bellis perennis. This happy-face flower with radiating white petals around a yellow center is still identifiable to even non-gardeners. Daisies are so tough in the mountain garden, but too much white is boring and plain. We developed many daisies like bloomers that
June 16, 2022
After Laura Keir pays for her Club Med vacation, she gets another bill for $3,000. If she doesn’t pay, she can’t check in. What should she do? Q: I booked a mother-daughter trip to Club Med Cancun. Before making the reservation, I spent two days working with a travel agent specializing in Club Med. She
One will be In Person at City Hall, One will be Virtual The Prescott Fire Department will host two public meetings to hear input from citizens and businesses about fire service needs in Prescott. Prescott Fire Chief Holger Durre will kick off each of the session with remarks on his plans to assess and respond
New program lets students train for meaningful careers, tuition-free Yavapai College has announced an exciting new program to strike down the barriers between aspiring students and the skills they need to pursue meaningful careers. The Workforce Promise, a new financial aid program commencing this fall, will offer county students, of any age, the chance to
Congress could soon greenlight the importation of cheaper prescription drugs from Canada. Drug importation polls well, so pandering politicians have long given lip service to the idea as a way to pretend they’re doing something — no matter how disingenuous — to lower Americans’ drug prices. But the FDA has historically warned against the practice.
Photo: The tank under a DC-10 Very Large Air Tanker (VLAT) can hold 9,400 gallons of fire retardant Warm and windy conditions Tuesday were pushing the Pipeline Fire north of Flagstaff toward Schultz Pass, prompting some evacuations under towering plumes of ash and smoke. The fire, which was reported Sunday morning, has burned more than