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Prescott Public Library Curbside and Reference Services Closed 1/26; Crafts-To-Go

Due to predicted snow and low temperatures, Prescott Public Library Curbside Service and Telephone Reference Service will be closed on Tuesday, January 26. Closure updates and additional information about modified services is available on the library website: http://www.prescottlibrary.info/modified-library-services/ *************** Kids and adults can get crafty and chase away the winter doldrums with Prescott Public Library’s

National

2020’s Most Caring Cities in America – WalletHub Study

With the holidays approaching and Americans needing care and compassion in the midst of a global pandemic, high unemployment and the aftermath of a stressful election, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Most Caring Cities in America. In order to identify the most compassionate places in America, WalletHub compared the 100

Opinion

Deceit Propelled Marijuana Measure – A statement from AZHPS Chair, Lisa James

[File this under sore losers – Editor] “It is a sad day, not just because Arizona, especially Arizona’s children, will suffer the consequences of legalizing recreational marijuana – but also because Prop 207 was borne out of deceit and self-interest. The marijuana industry misled voters in order to pass this self-serving measure. This un-elected group

Opinion

Opinion: Parents With Many Children Succeed with Dignity and Grace

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings — to fill the seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — evoked predictable slights to Judge Amy Coney Barrett, given she is viewed as a conservative jurist, a Catholic and one chosen by President Donald Trump. For these slights, all will get a pass, as

Arts & Culture

Prescott Center for the Arts Presents a Virtual Ghost Talk – The Experience

Prescott Center for the Arts (PCA) is excited to bring you Ghost Talk – the Experience with a twist. The 13th annual event will provide patrons a virtual night of terror on October 30th, 2020 at 7pm. This ghostly encounter is an annual fundraiser for local youth art programming and scholarships at PCA. The Prescott

Education

New Podcast Focused on Trauma Informed Care Launches in October

Stacey Gagnon is a passionate advocate for children in the areas of special needs, adoption and foster care. As Director of Trauma Lens Care, a collaborative program between MATFORCE and Yavapai County Community Health Services, Stacey embodies her beliefs as a mother of 7 children and a foster parent. As a professional nurse, educator, author

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