A national search to find a new chancellor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has come to a close with the selection of the professor and dean at Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University.
Fewer students at area schools means loss of state funding
In area school districts, the impact of declining enrollment in 10 of the state’s 15 counties — a drop of 10,000 students over the past decade – is something school leaders and governing boards wrestle with every year.
The federal VA is investing big bucks into the local VA that has a history dating back into the mid-1800s.
United States Army and Vietnam War veteran Tom Salamone is not now a local VA patient.
Officers Row on the Prescott VA campus is a procession of 11 stately, 1900s two-story/attic homes with gabled pitched roofs, cream-colored exteriors and a plentiful supply of tall, light-capturing windows.
Prescott VA Women’s Veterans Programs Manager Susan Molina-Johnson is elated women veterans are getting much deserved recognition and treatment for their physical and mental health care that honors their sacrifices for the good of the nation.
Family influence: Of all his titles, Yavapai County superintendent relishes ‘Dad’ and ‘Grandpa’ the most
Across four-and-a-half decades, Yavapai County Schools Superintendent Tim Carter has inspired countless students to excel beyond their own expectations.
Federal VA invokes no-smoking at all health care facilities
Come October, all standing ash trays and smoking areas on the Prescott VA main campus will disappear.
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the federal Veteran Affairs Administration implemented the new Mission Act, federal legislation intended to give veterans expedient, and broader, health care choices.
The Prescott City Council is heeding advice of a downtown revitalizer when it comes to a vote on changing downtown parking limits from two to three hours before drivers get slapped with a ticket.