Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers is bringing services to children in Yuma County. The new facilities will be located at 1185 S. Redondo Center Drive, Suite 1, in Yuma.
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The series is a collaboration between Greater Yuma Economic Development Corp., 4FrontED, Greater Yuma Port Authority and OPRODE, an economic development organization in San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, which joined forces to put together the latest five-week series.
Four years ago, this city’s government acquired 55 acres on the Somerton’s west side with the goal of spurring future commercial and residential growth.
After taking a week off, I’m in catch-up mode. In this column, I’ll review some recent developments that readers might have missed in recent editions of the Yuma Sun and Bajo El Sol, our Spanish newspaper.
We made it through another summer of weird weather. Temperatures are beginning to get cooler at night and days are getting shorter. Now if we can just convince the humidity to move on it would be perfect!
U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground and its constituent test centers test virtually every piece of equipment in the ground combat arsenal in extreme environments to ensure it will work wherever in the world American forces are serving.
After a disaster or very public tragedy, people want to help in any way possible, and that often means contributing to fundraisers to help the survivors and the families of the victims. Sadly, scammers often take advantage of these moments of vulnerability to deceive donors. In addition, the…
The Foothills now has a place where residents can find everything from homemade and shabby chic items to unique gifts and fishing tackle, from fabric and jewelry to plants and floral arrangements, and much more.
Business owner, mother, licensed real estate agent, town council member, and now, 2020 Realtor of the Year. That’s Michelle Jones.
There are finally signs that summer may be thinking about leaving and allowing fall weather to start. Several mornings in the last couple of weeks have been in the 70 degree range, giving us hope.
As technology scams get more sophisticated and become harder to detect, consumers are being victimized by fraudsters posing as skilled computer technicians.
In late April, after 75 years, the Yuma School of Beauty permanently closed its doors. Now a couple of former students and instructors have reopened the doors of the longtime iconic landmark located at 50 W. 3rd St., in Yuma’s historic downtown.
Rental cars are in high demand and short supply these days. Most large car rental companies sold off much of their fleet to stay afloat during the COVID-19 lockdowns, and a shortage of chips and semiconductors have slowed down the auto production industry.
Sandra Mendoza has been selling used furniture for 10 years. She started selling “little stuff” out of her house and built up her business to where she started selling from a storage unit a couple of years ago.
Yuma County is home to many female business owners and women who work in male-dominated fields. Some of these women will be featured speakers at the Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest Fourth Annual Industrious Women’s Summit on Friday.
Crazy humid, and hot off and on, typical monsoon in Yuma, Arizona. As usual, the rains have been spotty. Hopefully not too much hay and Sudan grass were ready for baling. As I returned from a trip to Phoenix Tuesday, there were showers and clouds everywhere.
Companies use QR codes to point consumers to their apps, track packages or view menus. But because these codes can’t be read by the human eye, they have become a way for scammers to disguise malicious links. As QR codes get more popular, BBB Scam Tracker is seeing more reports of con artists…
BBB Scam Tracker is getting reports of persuasive strangers claiming to be able to “fix” dents in your car. When getting in or out of your vehicle, stay alert to the following tactics and avoid falling prey to this scam.
Yuma County actually had some monsoon weather the last couple of weeks. Unfortunately, with it comes the chance of microbursts such as the one that hit the Tacna area.
I found a new business called Simply Boxed, which offers charcuterie boxes that are individually curated in artfully decorated packages.
Editor’s note: This story was first published in the July-August edition of BIZ magazine, a publication of the Yuma Sun.
There is a new way to move in town. Watch Us Move, a new relocation services company, is now offering to move your home or office within Yuma County, the state or across the country.
Unlike most military installations, U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground’s primary purpose is not to train troops for combat, but to test the equipment they use to ensure it works as it should.
If your driveway needs paving or repairs, don’t trust just anyone to do the job. BBB Scam Tracker has numerous reports of unscrupulous contractors who trick homeowners with supposedly good deals. Homeowners end up with shoddy pavement – or nothing at all – to show for what they paid, and in …
Yuma County has a new option when it comes to choosing a funeral home. The Reyes Dombrowski Funeral Home recently opened at 3880 S. 4th Ave. in Yuma.
Establishing credit is an important step for any new startup business. Good credit gives business owners some advantages, such as being able to save money on loans, access to more capital for growth and increases the value of the company.
Choosing energy and water efficient appliances for your home can have a significant positive impact on the environment and your monthly budget. By selecting a high-efficiency appliance over a conventional model, you can save on utility bills as well as avoid greenhouse gas emissions.
The mornings are still relatively cool, making it enjoyable to be puttering in the yard. It is almost the middle of July. Growers are busily getting their fields ready for the winter produce season. Soon our croplands will be a rainbow of colors and patterns as the winter vegetables grow.
The old Kmart Super Center is coming down. Some of you might have seen Randy Hoeft’s photographs in Wednesday’s edition.
Yuma County is known for being “sunny and warm.” Yes, it’s been called the “sunniest place on Earth,” but it doesn’t just refer to the weather.