Yavapai College has announced that it will be offering students who are registered for credit classes ‘One Class Free’ for the fall 2021 semester. The ‘One Class Free’ initiative is funded by CARES and CRRSAA federal grant money to support students in need due to COVID-19. Any student registered for a credit class is eligible
1 Year Later: Arizona Nonprofits Assess Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic; $91M in Losses, 52% Decrease in Year-End Funding
2,000 Staff Laid Off or Furloughed, 73,000 Volunteers Lost; Arizona Gives Day is April 6 An Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits survey showed the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic with more than 400 Arizona nonprofits reporting a total revenue loss of more than $91 million, a 52% drop in year-end giving and an increase of
Yavapai County was filled with open rangeland and cattle in 1962, and only 12,000 residents in Prescott. 59 years later, Watters Garden Center is still recognized as the ‘Best in Class’ place to find plants. The Readers Choice Awards survey thousands of local gardeners throughout Yavapai County and asks their opinion of who their favorite
If you’ve ever experienced one, you’ll agree with the statement that hangovers are certainly an inconvenience. While we all know that one too many boozy beverages can lead to a pounding headache, light sensitivity, nausea and fatigue the following day, it’s easy to get caught up in the swing of things, especially over the holiday
Law industry workers are the happiest WFH; IT professionals the least. The longest average time employees go without leaving home is 3.7 days in a row. If there’s one thing we can all agree on about 2020, it’s that most of us have never spent so much time at home. With bans on travel and
At its core, the American Dream is the vision statement for the United States. Its most common definition, first coined by the author James Truslow Adams, is the dream of a land where people seek to live “better, richer, and fuller lives” regardless of where they started. And it has stood the test of time.