YRMC, Dignity Health to Work Together

After months of discussion and negotiation, leaders at Yavapai Regional Medical Center and Dignity Health in Arizona have completed an affiliation that will benefit those needing medical services throughout Yavapai County and central Arizona. The announcement was made jointly by YRMC president and CEO John Amos and Dignity Health’s Arizona division president and CEO Linda … Read More…

YMCA To Be Built in Prescott Valley

An idea that began more than 16 years ago about constructing a YMCA in Prescott Valley is coming to fruition. Leadership from the Fain Signature Group has advanced plans for a three-story building that will include a gymnasium, large indoor swimming pool, weight room, men and women’s locker room, kitchen, public plaza, classrooms and rooftop … Read More…

Fred Veil Honored by Sharlot Hall

Having guided Sharlot Hall Museum for more than seven years — from 2013 until his retirement at the end of December 2020 — Fred Veil has been honored by his friends and associates at the popular 93-year old historical museum. During well-attended ceremonies on Oct. 28, Sharlot Hall Board of Trustees President Kim Finston led … Read More…

Embry-Riddle Keeps Pulling in Exceptional Rankings

Atop university in the nation aerospace-aeronautical engineering. A great university to work for. Named by Boeing Corporation to educate top high school graduates in aeronautical science and aircraft maintenance.  The honors keep rolling in. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s (ERAU) Prescott campus has been cited again as having the best programs of its type in the United … Read More…

Prescott Regional Airport — Honors Keep Coming

Even with the diminished air travel across the United States, the Prescott Regional Airport (PRC) remains highly visible and garners recognition from several sources. In October:  PRC was selected as the Arizona Airport of the Year 2020 PRC received a $1.525 million grant from the Arizona State Transportation Board to be used to upgrade the … Read More…

Northern Arizona Wranglers To Kick Off in March

Football fans in Greater Prescott have a chance to see pro football when the Northern Arizona Wranglers kick off in late March.  The NAZ Wranglers are the third Indoor Football League (IFL) franchise in Arizona. The others are the Arizona Rattlers in Phoenix and the Sugar Skulls in Tucson. They all are part of the … Read More…

Center for the Future — Vision Now a Reality

A vision called Center for the Future conceived by professor and administrator Jon Haass at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott campus has become a reality.  As Haass explains it, “Our center will form the nucleus for growing a number of quality jobs in the Prescott region through incubation, acceleration and attraction of companies to the area. With … Read More…

Success Drives Wine Center Expansion

The Southwest Wine Center, owned and operated by Yavapai College in Clarksdale, has in just 10 years grown from a 1-acre field to a 13-acre productive vineyard that offers students hands-on educational experiences in all aspects of the winemaking business. That growth has positioned the wine center as a premier fully functioning and profitable business … Read More…

Nebeker Sculpture Mounted on SR 89 Roundabout

The cowboy may be looking the wrong direction to see the buck deer in hiding, but his horse misses nothing. Drivers in and out of Prescott, however, can see it all at the intersection of Deep Well Ranch Road with state Route 89. The bronze sculpture — the largest renowned Western artist Bill Nebeker ever … Read More…

Cost Plus World Market Doors Are Shut

Cost Plus World Market shut its doors this summer after 18 years in Prescott.  The specialty import store was located at 3320 Gateway Blvd., in Prescott Gateway Mall. Among its products were international food, home furniture, décor, gifts, jewelry, dinner and cooking ware, lighting, apparel, and imported wines and craft beers. It was one of … Read More…