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Education

Retirement of Cooperative Extension County Director Jeff Schalau

After 23 years of dedicated service, The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension of Yavapai County wishes to announce the retirement of Jeff Schalau, County Director and Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent. Since 1998, Mr. Schalau has provided leadership and educational programs as well as authored a weekly newspaper column called the Backyard Gardener. Throughout his

Opinion

Opinion: The War on Retirement

The federal government appears to have declared war on retirement. Unlike other wars, this one isn’t only undeclared, it wasn’t even intended. But, intended or not, the federal government has taken a series of steps that have given us a war nonetheless. Ironically, this war began with Social Security in 1935. Rather than establishing a

Local

Gloria Grose to retire after 15 years with the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce

Valuable and much-loved Operations and Events Manager Gloria Grose has announced her intent to retire effective June 25, 2021. Gloria started out as a volunteer ambassador with the Chamber and soon found herself as the Visitor Center Manager, Membership Development Manager and in 2014 she became the Operations and Events Manager.  Gloria is a graduate

Retirement

Cities Where Retirees are Moving – An AdvisorSmith Study

When many Americans reach retirement age, they often consider retiring from work and moving to a new city. Although many Americans move to new cities for a variety of reasons, retirees, in particular, may choose to downsize or seek sunshine or other amenities when they no longer need to be close to an employer or

Legal Beat

Prescott Police Chief Debora Black Announces Retirement

Deputy Chief Amy Bonney To Be Named Interim Chief Prescott Police Chief Debora Black has announced her intention to retire from law enforcement, effective February 12, 2021.  She intends to remain available to the City in an advisory and support role during the transition in departmental leadership.  Deputy Chief Amy Bonney will be named Interim

National

2020’s Best & Worst Places to Retire – A WalletHub Study

With retirement-age Americans at greater risk for COVID-19 and only 24 percent of workers reporting that they are “very confident” they will have enough money for retirement, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Best & Worst Places to Retire. To help Americans plan for a comfortable retirement without breaking the bank,

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