Prescott National Forest also honors county Education Service Agency
Each year, the Prescott National Forest recognizes individuals, organizations, and partners for their efforts in four categories: Enduring Service, Restoration, Leadership, and Citizen Stewardship and Partnerships.
How point of view changes characters’ perspective
Writers can tell a story from one character’s viewpoint, but this limits what a reader is able to know about what another character is thinking.
Photos, ceramic teapots at Yavapai College through July 12
A new exhibit featuring teapots, prints and photographs opened June 16, and the public is invited to the Opening Reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 22, in the Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery, 1100 E. Sheldon Street.
After discovering potsherds or arrowheads on their private property, people may want to rethink digging them up and throwing them in a shoebox, even though it is legal.
For folks who love music, today’s Prescott Film Festival movie, “The Song of Sway Lake,” begins at 4 p.m. Friday, June 15, in the Performing Arts Center at Yavapai College.
Salary adjustments long overdue
Two unpaid Yavapai County constable positions will now come with a salary, albeit a small one, beginning Jan. 1, 2019.
PV elementary school earns designation from Yavapai County Health Department
Top honors went to Coyote Springs Elementary School for improving the health and wellbeing of their students through the use of their Wildlife Habitat.
2-day Intro to Filmmaking for all levels of experience
Want to learn more about how to make a film? Do you enjoy movie trivia? Interested in structuring plot change?
It is an understatement, for sure. “Some services will fill up early in the day,” the website for Arizona SonShine, a free, two-day healthcare event, states.
Conservation project started a year ago
The price tag is $60,000. The payoff is no development will take place on 47 acres of riparian habitat within Granite Dells. Ever.