August 5, 2022


Prescott Fine Art and Wine Festival at the Courthouse Plaza this Weekend

What could be better than enjoying the beautiful Arizona summer, sipping on local wine, and browsing over 100 fine art booths while listening to live music? The correct answer is: there is nothing better! The Prescott Fine Art and Wine Festival features: 100+ fine art vendors, live music, live art demonstrations, and a wonderful wine


Final Vote Tallies for Arizona Primary

[Editor’s Note: With 100% of precincts reporting. As of 11:02pm Thursday night, Karrin Taylor Robson has conceded.} FEDERAL US Senator Blake Masters   277,304    39.41% Jim Lamon     200,597    28.51% US Representative Eli Crane   28,839    34.13% Walt Blackman   20, 632    24.42% STATE Governor Kari Lake    336,769    46.78% Karrin Taylor Robson 

Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters

Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters Announces a New Program Director

Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters (YBBBS) is pleased to announce the addition of Jeff Lorig as Program Director. Lorig comes to YBBBS from Omaha, NE, where he worked in church ministry for 17 years. While in ministry he held a variety of positions including teaching in elementary and high schools, as well as being a

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Turn Your Patio into a Paradise – Ken Lain

The mountains of Arizona are famous for glorious weather best enjoyed outdoors. Many gardeners created outdoor decks, living rooms, and kitchens that call to the outdoors. Plants that perform well in raised beds and containers add vibrancy to these relaxed spaces. You have to love the patio this time of year. Whether your deck basks


New Report Says Inflation Will Cost Families $4,400 This Year Alone – Inside Sources

If your household is impacted by inflation, you might want to have a word with your elected officials. A new report from the American Consumer Institute (ACI) ‘s Center for Citizen Research says excessive spending, regulations, and restrictions on domestic energy production have driven up prices for consumers and businesses. “The combination of increased spending, energy shortages,

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