July 25, 2022

Yavapai County

Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Select Michelle Burchill for Yavapai County Recorder

At the special meeting of the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors held on July 25, 2022, the board unanimously voted to appoint Michelle Burchill to the position of Yavapai County Recorder.  The new Yavapai County Recorder, Michelle Burchill said, “I am honored and thrilled to be appointed to the position of Yavapai County Recorder. The citizens

How To Deal With Canker Sores

Anyone who has ever had canker sores will tell you how painful they are. They may only be small white lesions in the mouth, but they can be extremely sore and painful. Cankers sores are very common on the tongue, but they can also erupt on the lips or inside the cheeks. Because they’re so

Here’s Why Your Business Needs Insurance from the Start

Starting your own business can be one of the most wonderful experiences in the world, even though it is simultaneously one of the most difficult and complex processes that you are ever likely to engage in. Among the many tasks that you will need to remember to do when starting your business, insurance is one


National Night Out Kick-Off Concert on the Court House Square, July 29

Special Concert and Law Enforcement Event – Giving Crime the “Blues” The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office will host the annual National Night Out event on the Court House Square on Friday July 29, 2022 starting at 6:30pm. The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, the Prescott Police Department and other law enforcement partners are expected to participate.

Small Business

7 Strategies to eliminate your business debt with ease – Lyle Solomon

Small business debt is common. Just like the consumers, many business owners find themselves in debt. There can be many reasons for small business owners to incur huge debts, such as unexpected expenses, expansion, or poor management. When debt balance exceeds revenue, you must look for other means to become stress-free. Otherwise, your debts will


How long does a tree or ecosystem remember a drought? – Northern Arizona University

Photo: Sunset at Baptiste Lookout, Flathead National Forest, Montana. Courtesy photo by Hufstetler/U.S. Forest Service Ecosystems have a long memory. That may not be a good thing. What scientists have learned is that extreme climate events like drought and heat waves don’t just negatively impact plants, trees and other vegetation while they’re ongoing. The effects

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