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Prescott Struggling with Prop 443

For some, the biggest issue on the upcoming primary and special election Aug. 29 may not be who gets elected to the Prescott Ctiy Council as mayor and city council members. Rather, it may be the fate of Prop 443, which asks voters to approve three-fourths of a cent sales tax to be used to […]

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1031 Exchanges

A 1031 Exchange is a powerful tax-deferment strategy used by some of the most financially successful investors to defer taxes when selling investment/commercial property. This effective strategy is also known as a “Starker Exchange,” named for the first tax case that allowed the exchange, or a “Like Kind Exchange,” referring to the type of change […]

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Prescott DermaLift Clinic Adds New Procedure to Rejuvenate Your Skin

The Prescott DermaLift Clinic has partnered with licensed cosmetologist Jamie Lynn Buttke to provide dermaplaning, a new and complementary treatment that enhances the results produced by the BioLift and Quantum Hydration treatments currently offered. What is Dermaplaning? Dermaplaning is the ultimate in deep exfoliation, resurfacing and de-fuzzing. Using a blade to remove dull, dead surface […]

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Learning the Language of Wine

I saw it there, shining up at me from my menu. It looked so intriguing, mysterious and according to the written suggestion, would pair well with the dish I wanted to order. The only problem? I couldn’t pronounce it. I wanted to be the kind of wine drinker who ordered unusual wines with confidence and […]

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Krack Exploit: What You Need to Know

Recent news reports have been full stories about a new WiFi exploit known as “The Krack” or “Key Reinstallation attACK.” This hack, or exploit, affected just about everyone, from cell phones to laptops, and including anything with a WiFi radio. Two questions you may be asking: What is “The Krack?” What can be done to […]

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Teller Continues Looking Up

As a youngster, Arlando Teller stood in the yard of his Chinle home on the Navajo Reservation and looked up at an azure sky pebbled with popcorn clouds and jet contrails. He wondered where those white streaks crisscrossing the wild blue yonder were headed. When he graduated from Chinle High School in 1991, his continuing […]

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Wine Terminology: Getting to Know the Lingo

Many words are thrown around when it comes to wine. You might overhear someone say, “notes of leather and wood” or “loud” or “angular,” and think to yourself, “What in the world is that person drinking?” Wine terms are, in my opinion, a lot like Shakespearean words: specific, lovely and often made up. This is […]

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