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Mall Awaits Purchase, Merchants Adapt

Even as the owners of Prescott Gateway Mall (PGM) relist the property following failure to close escrow June 30 with the winning bidder in a $10 million offer from an April auction, potential tenants pursue leasing opportunities and various existing merchants operate with reduced staff and hours. New ownership “is still up in the air,” […]

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Dorn Feature

Dorn Homes Donating $25,000 to PUSD

 Dorn Homes has announced a new program to make contributions to area schools as part of their promise to the Prescott Unified School District. Dorn Homes has committed to donating $25,000 to the PUSD throughout the next year. This donation program is reflective of the mission statement of the organization: “Enhancing the lives of all […]

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Adult Care

Adult Care Center Moves to Prescott Valley

The Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Care Center (SJRADC), whose original home was at 826 Sunset Ave., in Prescott, has moved to its second site in Prescott Valley. Officials say tightening economic conditions throughout the region, especially to Veteran’s Administration programs, caused the relocation to what has been a second but smaller facility. Unexpected and […]

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Inviting Gentle Camping or Glamping

Summer has arrived, inviting Northern Arizona residents and visitors to get away from the daily grind and spend time in the great outdoors. Many pack their camping gear and head to the lakes, streams, forest and meadows to commune with nature, sleep under the stars and spend time with friends and family. But what if […]

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Great Lakes Airlines is Exceeding Expectations

More flights, larger planes answering the demand for air service from Prescott Great Lakes Airlines (GLA), the commercial airline serving the Quad Cities area, is exceeding initial expectations of the numbers of passengers flying out of the Prescott Municipal Airport after it expanded its flight service last December. Kathy DeFreitas, the Prescott-based station manager for […]

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Music feature

Community Generosity Benefits Local School Music Programs

Businesses and individuals are giving 13 Quad Cities schools a boost. Local grants are aimed at helping fund instrumental music programs, thanks to those who support the Prescott POPS Symphony Orchestra. POPS Board President Anne Babinsky said the board authorized $10,500 to be distributed among qualified public, private and charter schools that offer formal instrumental […]

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