Marijuana vaping devices reportedly found in local schools
In packaging that mimics such candy brands as “Sour Patch Kids” and “Skittles,” and sporting flavors such as mango watermelon, even menthol, teens across the nation can buy both nicotine, and marijuana vaping pods, in easily accessible shops or dispensaries, even online, for just over $15.
The Prescott area public is invited to visit a quilt spectacular at Prescott High School on Saturday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 20 - 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday – that honors the lives and sacrifices of all those who died in the tragic terrorist acts on Sept. 11, 2001.
Dr. David Wolkoff gives a frank, simple reason why he is an advocate of a new medication-assisted treatment program for people addicted to illegal and prescription opioid drugs. “Dead people don’t recover,” said the Prescott Valley psychiatrist with a specialty in addiction medicine.
At the lowest ebb of her life, Jennifer Bennett wondered whether she might ever find firm ground again.
Teen Maze celebrates two decades of helping teens make positive choices
More than 1,000 teens from the quad-city area are expected to show up for an event that will enable them to test their brain and clue-detection powers so as to solve an escape room riddle.
After an almost two-month delay due to scoring difficulties, the state Department of Education released the 2019 spring results of the AZMerit tests for all of its district and charter schools this week.
If a basement blaze erupts in the middle of the night, the Prescott community needs to be confident its Fire Department is at the ready to do what needs to be done to protect their lives and property.
The Prescott City Council will meet at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, for a study session to then be followed by a voting session in the City Hall council chambers.
Rev. Patty Willis’ humor, artistry and open approach to social ministry embraced
Above a closet in her corner office at the Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Society is The Rev.
For the first 10 minutes in Jennifer Woods’ first-hour freshman academy class this past week students typed with all 10 fingers across a computer keyboard – a manila folder covering the keys.