Prescott High School Launches Creative Media Lab

by Rebecca Horniman, Marketing Director, Prescott Unified School District and Christine Resnick, Executive Director, Jewish Community Foundation Prescott High School launched its state-of-the-art creative media lab with a grand opening celebration on Nov. 13. Principal Mark Goligoski, in his introductory comments to the crowd, said, “Our media lab is unique. There is nothing like it … Read More…

D-Day Hero Flies Again — 75 Years Later

by Ray Newton Lt. Col. David Hamilton of the U.S. Army Air Force was barely 22 when he took the controls of a Douglas C-47 loaded with paratroopers and flew 50 feet above the English Channel as part of the first contingent to take troops to Normandy, France, June 6, 1944. Now known as D-Day, … Read More…

Don Packard and Sailor

Photo caption: Don Packard and Sailor, an Australian Shepherd, bring smiles and comfort to patients at YRMC as part of the hospital’s Pets Are Warm Support (PAWS) program. by Heidi Dahms Foster, Communications Relations Coordinator, Town of Prescott Valley Sailor is a 9-year-old Australian Shepherd who was the only puppy in his litter. He learned … Read More…

Northern Arizona Suns Assist Habitat for Humanity

The Northern Arizona Suns are Built by Basketball, and they wanted to use their platform to help build people up in the community. On Twuesday, Nov. 5, the entire NAZ Suns team volunteered their time and labor to assist Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity in building houses for those in need. Throughout the morning, NAZ … Read More…

YRMC Volunteer Team Puts Their Best Foot (and Paw) Forward

Every Tuesday, Don Packard and Sailor – his Australian Shepherd – head to Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) in Prescott. Their mission? To bring smiles and comfort to patients at YRMC West as part of the hospital’s Pets Are Warm Support (PAWS) program. Like all PAWS program therapy dogs, Sailor is specially trained and certified … Read More…