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Mayer to celebrate Western Trade Days
Western Trade Days is scheduled for this weekend in Mayer at the NOTA Ranch, 12660 Central Ave. Proceeds benefit the Mayer Area Meals on Wheels program.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Child of the week: Aaron
Meet Aaron, an artistic 15 year old. Aaron lives with his mother and two younger siblings. His mother describes him as compassionate and empathetic. Aaron enjoys painting and sculpting, as well as working out at the gym. Aaron does well in school and has good relationships with his friends. Aaron needs a Big Brother who will encourage his talents and help him build his self confidence.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Cooking with Diane: Pina Colada Dessert
Wow! This dessert is so delicious, you're going to love it. It's sweet and creamy, with the crunchiness of the granola for an interesting combination that works great together. Try it, your family will pile on the compliments.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

When living in a desert, learn to save water
Every day is a good day to be water aware! April is Water Awareness Month and we invite you, your family and your neighbors to join in the celebration of Water Awareness Month (WAM). WAM was first launched in 2008, and this column is "overflowing" with ideas to help you learn more about water conservation and become more aware of our state's most precious resource, water.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Mac/cauliflower with smoked Gouda
Ask most children what their favorite meal is, and macaroni and cheese will be mentioned quite often.

This recipe is very delicious with the creamy, smoky goodness of the Gouda cheese, and will get them to eat a vegetable (cauliflower) and they probably won't even know it's there. My family loved it, hopefully yours will too.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Flush away your concerns about toilets
Nearly 2,000 times per year the average toilet receives a flushing. Even though one might think that one-size fits all with toilets that is not the case. There are countless styles with different heights, designs, there are one-piece toilets, two-piece toilets, the bowl shape varies and of course the height; standard vs. comfort height and flushing types are an option.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Sterling Ranch's legacy to live on
The Sterling Ranch of Skull Valley's legacy as a safe haven for developmentally disabled women for almost 70 years is expected to be honored with new home to be built in Prescott Valley.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Cooking with Diane: Applesauce-Oat Pancakes
All kids love pancakes. Adding fat fighting wheat germ with it's powerhouse of nutrients, oats which are high in protein and also low in fat, and the natural sweetness of apples is a great way to have kids eat healthy without them even knowing it. These pancakes are not only healthy but very delicious too.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Taking a bold step away from granite
When it comes to countertops, creativity is back in vogue. While just a few years back, the trend seemed to favor safe options chosen with resale in mind, today's hottest countertops are showing more colors, textures and patterns, as well as some creative mixing and matching of materials to create more personalized designs. Eco-conscious materials remain hot, as do nature-inspired palettes, and value remains another key trend.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Child of the week: Skylar
Meet Skyler, a sweet and outgoing 7-year-old boy. He currently lives with his single mom. Skyler is excited to be matched to a Big Brother. Skyler plays in a football league and wants his Big Brother to come to his practices and games. He loves football and his favorite team is the San Francisco 49ers.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Big Bug: ATV run a success
The weather was perfect for the run. The rain on Friday packed down the route so it was a "no dust" run. There was some sun, a few clouds, and a very slight breeze to keep things very comfortable.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

PV man, 91, can still hold his own with a pool cue
George Williams, then 88-years-old, bought a motorcycle a few years ago. About a year later he conceded, reluctantly, that he might be just a bit too old to be zooming around Prescott Valley on his 650 Yamaha, so he sold it.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Winter's over, check family chimney now
Does your chimney need a check-up? Now is the time. Inasmuch as we are leaving the season of snuggle time in front of a fireplace, more than likely the last thing we are thinking of is the condition of our chimney.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Cooking with Diane: Toffee Cashew Bars
Everyone will love these toffee-flavored snacks. The sweetness of the butterscotch and the saltiness of the cashews is a great combination.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Students of the month
The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club honored its students of the month for March. (From left) Club President John Lonas, Glassford Hill Middle School teacher Tim Derickson and student Martin Cruse, Bradshaw Mountain Middle School student Aden DeHerrera and teacher Gail Pereira and Lion Gloria Grose.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016

CASA honors nonagenarians
At 100 and 30 days, Connie Young is a woman who is young at heart - embracing each new day as yet another gift in what she described as a "wonderful, full life."
Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Cooking with Diane: Flakey Chicken Pot Pie
This was the first time I tried making chicken pot pie. It turned out to be very tasty, and everyone liked it. It's a good way to get your family to eat lots of good healthy vegetables.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Knowing how to shut it off can save money
A few things that every homeowner should know and practice. Shutoff valves - they are the difference between a tiny puddle and a huge flood.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Knowing how to shut it off can save money
A few things that every homeowner should know and practice. Shutoff valves - they are the difference between a tiny puddle and a huge flood.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Child of the week: Augustine
Meet Augie, an enthusiastic and lively 10-year-old. He lives in a busy household with his mother, four siblings, grandmother, and cousin. Augie is excited to have a Big Brother he can spend individual time with. Augie needs a positive male role model that is patient and high-energy.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016


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