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Manifesting the Magic of Momentum

Momentum may have best been described by Sir Isaac Newton, only he called it inertia: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. I wouldn’t go so far as to call your boss, supervisor or […]

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World Traveler Builds Career Out of Sending Clients on Vacation

Monika Leuenberger loves what she does and does what she loves. Her expansive world is all about travel. Having sojourned to more than 20 countries (she has lost count), this Switzerland-born wanderlust, travel advisor and co-owner of Avenues of the World Travel has tips and suggestions for situations you would not dream of happening and back-up […]

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Northern Arizona’s Largest Furniture Store Opening in Prescott Valley 

The long-vacant former Kmart building in Prescott Valley will soon be a second home for Pruitt’s Fine Furniture, a Phoenix-based business.   The family-owned company purchased the store at 7550 Highway 69 in December. Renovation efforts have been underway, with an opening date scheduled for March.  “Because we’re a family-owned business, we’re able to move quickly […]

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Subaru Grand Opening Draws Crowd 

Since late spring, when Findlay Subaru announced a major expansion of its dealership and facilities, until now, with the recent grand opening of the new 24,000-square-foot sales and service facilities, the Prescott dealership has become “…the highest value Subaru dealer in Central and Northern Arizona,” said Christian Robinson, director of internet sales and marketing. He […]

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Grand Opening of a Grand Lodge 

With striking panoramic views in all directions – the Bradshaw Mountains, Thumb Butte, Granite Mountain, Watson Lake – the four-story Grand Lodge at Touchmark at the Ranch now is accepting residents.  Located on a prominent ridge line just north of Highway 69 on the east side of Prescott across from the Prescott Gateway Mall, the […]

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Leaders Say Teacher Shortage is Hurting Business 

Arizona is facing a significant teacher shortage, according to Expect More Arizona, with more than 2,000 unfilled positions in the past academic year alone. Local business leaders say the lack of teachers is having a detrimental impact in local classrooms and, thus, the workforce.   “In the Flagstaff region, we all want a diverse economy and […]

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Printpack Investing More Than $40 Million in Prescott Valley Plant Expansion 

Ground has been broken, construction begun, new technologically sophisticated equipment ordered, and new job announcements prepared – all at Printpack Inc., one of the largest employers in the Quad Cities area.   The economic impact of the manufacturing company’s expansion is estimated to be greater than $40 million.  Lonnie McKinley, the Prescott Valley-based plant manager and […]

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Construction Brewing for Lazy G  

Handcrafted local beers, accompanied by “comfort food with a twist.” That is what owners Jim and Jean-Marie Bellington say will distinguish their Lazy G Brewhouse when it is finished this spring.   “We want to build our fan base – one pint at a time – in a comfortable, friendly park-like setting,” quipped Jim Bellington before […]

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