All over the Phoenix Valley and across San Antonio, Texas, Bill Stiteler can point with pride to commercial and high-end residential properties he helped build.
They answered a call to duty. Then life happened. And some lost their way.
A true patriot, Patsy Ray has a heart for all the men and women of this nation’s Armed Forces who sacrificed their lives to thwart seen, and unseen, enemies for the sake of loved ones and strangers.
Prescott Unified School District teachers will get an 11 percent raise this school year.
The local VA medical center director declared on Tuesday afternoon that care for the most vulnerable, and difficult to treat veterans is today, and will remain, a top priority for the facility that just earned the lowest rating in the nation for its 85-bed nursing home, known as the Community Living Center (CLC).
Retired Air Force pilot and Citizens Cemetery caretaker respected for duty to country and community
The phone rings at Bob Bakken’s house. The caller is from Yavapai Citizens Cemetery Association Chairperson Julie Holst telling him someone has dropped off a bag of undocumented cremains at the now-closed burial ground.
Diane Roberts DeLong cherishes the memory of her “little” 6-year-old hand in the big hand of her young hero, her father, Morgan Roberts, as they viewed the eruption of Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.
At age 7, Andrew Tunstall is a typical rambunctious boy who likes cartoons, playing outdoors and snuggling in his mother’s lap.
Fred and JoAnn Williams at the ready to offer helping hand
If you live near the Tapestry at Granville apartment complex in Prescott Valley, or travel up and down Glassford Hill Road, it’s likely you have seen JoAnn Williams, a tanned woman with short dark hair and baseball cap.
Diane DeLong is a woman who gets things done — with teenagers her top priority.