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Preventing Falls in Older Adults 

Every year, more than one out of four adults age 65 or older fall, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those who fall, more than 800,000 are hospitalized because of injuries, usually to the head or hip.  Once a person experiences a fall, it can limit mobility and independence. This, in […]

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Spreading the Love in Business 

February is all about love. We give gifts to our one and only and seem to have the spirit of cupid all around us. How in business can we love our clients, our employees, our colleagues, our community and even our competition? I think that business owners or professionals have to look at their business […]

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Road Street Cracks

Paying for Chino Valley Road Maintenance

Happy New Year! I wish all in our community a prosperous and healthy year.  The Town of Chino Valley has several initiatives it will be focusing on in 2019, and in today’s column, I’ll share one that I believe to be critical to economic development, property values and public safety. When I was elected as […]

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Does Your Business Qualify for Government Contracts?

Federal, state and local governments seriously want to work with small businesses. Contracts take many forms. The Federal Business Opportunities website has 23,300 opportunities, and those are just federal opportunities. State, county and local city opportunities abound as well. Contracts aren’t just for road and highway construction and maintenance. Any type of business could be […]

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Exploring Real Estate’s 1031 Exchange

I am often asked by current or prospective clients about (IRC Section) 1031 exchanges, especially by property owners who are considering a sale of an existing commercial property. Following last month’s article in the Quad Cities Business News, I received this email from Edward and Barbara G. of Santa Barbara, California, which basically asked this question, […]

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How Community Helped Secure Prescott Airport Funding

As we all learned on Dec. 30, the Prescott Airport reached the goal of 10,000 passengers enplaned within the calendar year 2018. Reaching this goal is a significant accomplishment that will unlock considerable funding for future airport growth. A lot of people helped the airport reach this goal: Airport Director Dr. Robin Sobotta, the city, […]

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Katie Borchert

Treating the Face and Neck with Cupping

The skin is our largest organ. It is our contact with the outside world and it conveys information about our overall state of health. The appearance of our face forms the first impression that is imprinted in other people’s minds, and good qi circulation provides the face with attractive personal energy.  Cupping therapy directly stimulates […]

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