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Opinion: How to Improve Your Credit – Inside Sources

As rising interest rates continue to capture headlines, consumers are rightfully left wondering how they can protect themselves. Establishing and maintaining good credit can help. After all, a strong credit history typically means a consumer pays less interest to borrow money for purchases large and small, helping to shield them from the effects of rising

Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation

Yavapai CASA for Kids Welcomes New Board Member

Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation (YC4KF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sandra Moffitt Adams as the newest member to the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Sandra moved to Prescott in 2020 to be closer to her family and wasted no time making a positive impact in her new community. She immediately began volunteering with


OneAZ Community Foundation Welcomes Applications for Community Impact Grants

OneAZ Credit Union and the OneAZ Community Foundation has opened the application process for the 2022 Community Impact Grants. This year, $5,000 will be awarded to 50 nonprofit organizations that positively impact communities served by OneAZ. This represents more than double the amounts awarded in 2021. “We are proud to announce that this year we’ll


$2.4 million grant awarded to Student Support Services Program at Yavapai College

Yavapai College has been awarded a U.S. Department of Education TRIO grant in the amount of $2,417,615.00. This five-year award will support the continuation of the Student Support Services Program at Yavapai College (SSS), supporting more than 300 students annually. SSS provides comprehensive academic support services to students who are first-generation and low-income in addition


Arizona Treasurer Visits ENews

Arizona’s State Treasurer, Kimberly Yee, while visiting  Prescott this past week as the keynote  speaker of the Republican Women of Prescott’s monthly meeting,  found time to stop by Prescott eNews for an interview with LD1  Representative-Elect, Judy Burges.   Ms. Yee was elected State Treasurer in 2018.  She previously served two terms in  the State

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