Yes, employee engagement equals higher productivity
As the business magnate, investor and philanthropist Richard Branson once said, “the way you treat your employees is the way they will treat your customers.”
Groups unhappy with president’s decision on national monuments
More than 100 people gathered on the Yavapai Courthouse Plaza Saturday afternoon, Dec. 9, to protest President Donald Trump’s recent decision to reduce the size of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments in Utah.
One of state’s oldest institutions finally enters 21st century
As of Friday, Dec. 1, attorneys are now required to electronically file all documents for civil cases when filing into the Yavapai County Superior Court and Mohave County Superior Court.
Chrach saved many lives while in service
When Chrach (pronounced “crash”) retired after eight years of service as a military working dog (MWD), adopting him out was an unusually contentious matter.
Trying to get construction done in “most efficient time-frame possible”
Willow Creek Apartments, a new 160-unit apartment community located at 3137 Willow Creek Road in Prescott, has retained Copper Tree Construction Group LLC (Copper Tree) as its new general contractor.
The Prescott Christmas Parade featured several unique aspects this year.
Supply catching up to demand in Tri-city area
A significant amount of interest has been shown by developers in the last couple of years to build apartment complexes throughout Prescott.
Tickled Pink shuttering Tickled Pink Gift and Apparel Shop at 117 S. Cortez in downtown Prescott is going out of business.
Three locals with recently acquired DUIs share their stories
Being convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) does many things to one’s life.
Members will also look at business license ordinance
Prescott City Council’s newly elected members are set to take their seats on Tuesday, Nov. 28, but not before the current council has a chance to finally vote on the Deep Well Ranch project.