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Busy Lifestyles Feeding Online Food Market

The days of combing the aisles of brick and mortar grocery stores for pantry staples and fresh ingredients remain far from over, but online meal alternatives entice time-strapped consumers with diverse, convenient, quick and often health-conscious menus. Choices include pickup or home delivery of groceries from a favorite supermarket, full-blown meal kits supplying pre-portioned fresh […]

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Arizona’s Christmas City Attracting Thousands

 Prescott’s reputation as one of the best communities to celebrate the Christmas holidays continues to grow. In November, Prescott was named “…one of America’s best small towns for Christmas” by the national publication Country Living. Thousands of visitors are expected to join locals as they participate in the ever-expanding schedule of activities that caused then-Governor […]

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Airport Expansion Aggressively Underway

For more than a decade, ongoing discussions and recommendations about expanding the Prescott Municipal Airport, Ernest A. Love Field, have consumed hundreds of hours in deliberations and thousands of dollars in studies. But now, it appears steps are being taken to expand the airport, perhaps starting with the almost 70-year-old passenger terminal. The recent announcement […]

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School of Business Launched

A significant increase in the recruitment of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU)-Prescott business majors and minors was a factor that prompted the ERAU board of trustees and the university administration to elevate the Department of Business to College of Business status. Approval of the new school only occurred in late November, said Associate Dean of Business […]

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Multi-Million Residence Hall Under Construction at ERAU

Another $20 million construction project is underway at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott. It is the third multi-million dollar building to go up since 2014. This time, it is a residence hall. Chancellor Frank Ayers told QCBN, “Embry-Riddle’s commitment to its students, faculty, staff and the community has included more than $70 million in construction […]

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ERAU Boasting Record Enrollment, Major Construction Projects, Nobel Prize Winning Research

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s (ERAU) Prescott campus has never been more upward bound, according to President Barry Butler. He reported on the “State of the University” when he visited campus in early October. Butler, speaking before the ERAU-Prescott Board of Visitors and several administrative officials, emphasized that the university has never been in better shape – […]

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Population Growth, Health Industry, Infrastructure Improvements Fueling Arizona’s Economy

Arizona State University Professor Lee McPheters, Ph.D., says the state’s economy shows no sign of “gloom,” “doom” or “boom.” The forecast instead calls for basking in a little oomph from population influx, job creation, defense spending, health care hiring, international trade and infrastructure rejuvenation. The biggest risk, he says, is the national economy, clouding those […]

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Quad Cities Embracing its Veterans

Prescott Police Officer Kyle Audis loves the Quad Cities area because it is super friendly for military veterans. “They say vets are only as strong as the people standing behind them,” said Audis, who got a close-up view of that support after being injured in Iraq. While working in Baghdad as an Army medic in […]

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