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Free Summer Concerts, Happy Together Tour Ticket Giveaways, and Yavapai County Gold! | F1RST2KNOW

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Elysia Morigeau and Jess talk about this weekend's top events, including the Final Summer Concert, the Happy Together Tour, Dwight Yoakam, and the history of gold in Yavapai County.

Arizona Receives Award for Outstanding Economic Development Efforts

Arizona was today awarded the prestigious “Gold Shovel” award by Area Development magazine in the 5-8 million population category, marking the fourth consecutive year the state has received a Gold Shovel award.

Tips for growing flowers again and again | Ken Lane's Mountain Gardener

In this episode, Mountain Gardener Ken Lane shares his tips for growing blooms again and again. You want to grow as many blooms as possible during the warmer months, but what can you do to make that happen? Listen to find out.

Yavapai College Open House showcases health care careers

The healthcare sector is expanding locally, regionally and nationally. Technological advancements combined with the needs of an aging population have transformed nursing, radiology and related healthcare industries into lucrative career fields for those who want to make a difference.

Why is the grass always greener on the other side? | The power of the mind

In this week's edition of “Power of the Mind” from Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare, Gregory Struve and Elicia Morigeau discuss why we always want what we don't have. The grass is always greener on the other side, don't you think?

Local food prices hit five-year record high

For several years, Yavapai College's Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) has submitted local price data to an organization that publishes cost of living data for cities across the United States.

The Impact of Volunteer Work in the Community | Let the Healing Begin with YFAC

Missy talks about the different aspects of volunteering, highlighting the benefits for both the advocacy center and the volunteers. She also touches on the impact of COVID-19, comparing her experience pre-pandemic to post-pandemic.

Prescott Mayor Good's Weekly Update | July 8

Hello, this is Mayor Phil Good with your weekly update on Prescott, including coverage of Prescott's burst water main, the 2023 reporting year drinking water quality annual report, Prescott's capital projects, the I-69 widening project, and City Council meetings and sessions.

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