Prescott’s Advocate, Elisabeth Ruffner 1919-2019

Written with love by her daughter, Becky Ruffner, with the assistance of her granddaughter, Chelly Ruffner Herren The City of Prescott lost a dearly beloved citizen, Elisabeth “Bette” Friedrich Ruffner, on March 13, 2019. So much of what people love about our wonderful city, Elisabeth organized, preserved, revitalized and created by sharing her vision of … Read More…

A Look at Flume Trail’s Vibrant History

by Kelly Tolbert, Recreation Services Coordinator, Prescott Parks and Recreation Known to many, the remarkable Granite Dells offer numerous outdoor recreation opportunities. Often recognized for its stunning views, challenging mountain biking and hiking trails, as well as established climbing routes, the Dells’ illustrious granite boulders so characteristic to the area also chronicle many of Prescott’s … Read More…

One Hundred Years and Counting

by Michael Longoria, Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Capital Canyon Club In the Beginning… 1919 to 1939 “There is no question that Prescott can boast one of the most attractive links in the Southwest” — Prescott Journal Miner Newspaper, June 1919. It all began in March 1919 when Leroy Anderson, a lawyer, family man and inventor … Read More…

Thumb Butte Medical Center Here To Help

Springtime Mishaps It’s springtime and that usually means plenty of activity, warmer temperatures and lots of sunshine. Here at Thumb Butte Medical Center, we want to help you enjoy this season while staying healthy and fit. Stem Cell Therapy isn’t the future, it’s today Of course, one of the best ways to enjoy spring is … Read More…

Embry-Riddle Book Drive

Seeks Children’s and Young Adult Books Jacqueline Kennedy once said, “There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world– Love of books is the best of all.” Starting March 2, in honor of Read Across America Day, members of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University will be … Read More…

Farm to Fork in Yavapai County

Promoting the Use of Locally Grown Produce by Leslie Horton, Director of Yavapai County Community Health Services The Prescott area has a climate and environment conducive to growing a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. We also have a growing population of people who value the importance of buying and eating locally grown foods. This … Read More…

Licensed Acupuncturist to Treat Pain & Other Symptoms

Northern Arizona Pain Institutes Introduces Ted Fulop by Robert J Brownsberger, M.D., & Dorian Lange, PharmD, Northern Arizona Pain Institutes Meet Northern Arizona Pain Institutes’ acupuncturist Tiberiu Fulop, LAC. His patients call him “Ted.” Ted is a Diplomate of Acupuncture and licensed acupuncturist who moved to Prescott from Burridge, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. He … Read More…

Training Support provided by Mountain Milers

Training for a marathon is difficult… but with the right support, advice and running mates, it’s also more fun, rewarding and enjoyable than you ever thought possible. Join Presott’s own Marathon Milers for a little marathon training along the actual race course and learn to master the city’s hills well before race day. Get a … Read More…

The Whiskey Row Marathon

Are You  Tough Enough? The Whiskey Row Marathon serves as the largest annual fundraiser for the James Family Prescott YMCA scholarships. These scholarships directly help families within our community. Proceeds from this race go into the scholarship fund at the James Family Prescott YMCA to assist children and families in financial need to participate in … Read More…