PV youth to put the focus on human trafficking
Prescott Valley teen Ammon Montes listened when his Boy Scout troop had its occasional Scoutmaster’s Minute.
We are having a huge massive problem with pests coming into our yard; javelina, deer, woodpeckers.
Minarik motivates her students to think
Having been a teacher for nearly 15 years, Bradshaw Mountain High School English Teacher Sheryl Minarik said she got into teaching out of a love of school, reading, books, writing and being involved with kids.
This colorful, fruit salad is perfect for those warm weather barbecues, and backyard get togethers. It’s refreshing and healthy.
Early in the Coyote Springs Elementary School year Caleb McDonald responded to a morning announcement about the Student of the Week program by writing in his free journal that he wanted to be mentioned for being the Student of the Week and was going to do his best to be that kind of a student every week.
A nice lady I know told me about this delicious Bok Choy soup, and how healthy it is because Bok Choy is a cancer-fighting vegetable.
Bradshaw Mountain Middle School teacher earns top honor
Back when she was a student, Diane Hamilton said she had some really great teachers in middle school and high school that she points to as those who influenced her to become a teacher.
Before you settle into this week’s column, I want to thank Kay, a regular reader of our column who called me to talk about efflorescence.
PV Library to offer presentation
As a graduate student at the University of Arizona, Li Yang said that in the summers, she would go to the Arizona Historical Society and check out their files on the Chinese people in Tucson.
Condemns bullying, supports valuing family
It was a privilege to be able to speak at Glassford Hill Middle School on Friday, March 3 as there are 11 million innocent civilians who would like to have been there, but couldn’t because they were killed in the holocaust, said survivor Stephen Nasser.
We have spring training — we have spring fashion trends — we have spring hairstyles — we have spring academic calendars — we have spring color trends and most importantly we have spring itself starting Monday, March 20, 2017.
Christopher loves the gleaming black bicycle he got for Christmas, especially since sunny weather returned to Prescott Valley.
This pie is an easy, delicious dessert to prepare quickly for unexpected company. It was a real hit at our house.
Avery is a wonderful student here at Granville Elementary School. She shows hard work and determination in everything that she does.
We have all been faced with those tough cleaning jobs and I must admit that I have mixed and matched ingredients to remove stains.
Wyatt Naud is a 12-year-old sixth-grader at Humboldt Elementary who wanted to give children with cancer new hope and the treatment they need.
Alex likes to finish his second-grade classroom work so he can get to the “cool math games” on Education.com in the school computers.
Mountain View participates in Read Across America Day
About nine years ago, Mountain View Elementary third-grade teacher Allison McElwee took over as the chairperson for Read Across America Committee and she said she’s made it a priority to try and get more community members involved in the annual Read Across America Day.
With all of the wet weather we have had, I have noticed that “white chalky” substance on many of the area’s masonry walls and on homes throughout neighborhoods.
Cabbage burgers are a popular midwestern dish brought over by German immigrants (my ancestors). They are very tasty, and are great with potato or pasta salads.
Spring Countdown: We have Spring Training — we have spring fashion trends — we have spring hairstyles — we have spring academic calendars — we have spring color trends and most importantly we have spring beginning Monday March 20, 2017.
Many thanks to Steve Wisecarver of Micon Construction for the donation AND installation of the new playground equipment at the Community Center.
The Spring Valley Homeowners Association hosted the Chino Valley Raptors at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Taco Tuesday is usually a busy time at the Cordes Lakes Community Center, but when you add the sweetheart backdrop so Valentine’s Day pictures can be made, and a special Bingo game for the large box of chocolates, many sweethearts attend.
There is always a friendly group with lots of prizes and raffles at the Mayer Area Meals On Wheels luncheons, but for Valentine’s Day they try harder.