Prescott Valley has received quite a bit of national attention lately, both from selling effluent and for their National Night Out participation.
David M. Quinn started out on a journey to discover his family’s roots, and ended up with a thought provoking and historically accurate novel. “It May Be Forever” is the story of David’s great, great uncle Michael Quinn. Michael Quinn was born in Ireland but poverty drove the family to England, where at the age of 8, he was working in a cotton mill.
Let’s face it. Much as you hate to admit it, Mom and Dad do a lot for you. A roof over your head, heat in the winter, cooling in the summer, food, clothes, books, phone, trips… all the things you will have to pay for yourself in the “real world.”
The overarching issue that creates the most consternation, conflict and fear is growth. We ask the painful questions, over and over again, “...how will we sustain ourselves and future growth if we continue the wasteful practices to which we now cling?” Great question!
Your Aunt Edna from Maine emails a photograph of two scuba diving tourists with a huge shark behind them just before your vacation to Florida. You immediately check it out on snopes.com. When your car insurance bill goes up 37 cents, you call the insurance company. You carefully watch MythBusters to see if you can beat traffic surveillance cameras by speeding faster than the camera can click.