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Climbing Wall Experience Coming to the Quad Cities

Construction is underway on what is being promoted as a world-class climbing gym open to climbers of all ages. To be known as Gripstone Climbing, the 11,000-square-foot building will have more than 9,000 square feet of climbing walls. That’s because the 30-foot high ceilings and open interior give the gym designers complete flexibility in positioning […]

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Mall Revitalization

Revitalizing Prescott Gateway Mall

Sumner Commercial Real Estate, Inc. has joined forces with Prescott Gateway Mall’s new owner, New York-based Kohan Retail Investment Group (KRIG), to repurpose and revitalize the indoor/outdoor 377,875-square-foot shopping center. Only five months into a relationship as leasing agent for the mall’s holdings, Sumner Commercial has signed new tenants and fielded numerous calls, emails and […]

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Moving Company Changing Name, Ownership

Saying that business is better than expected, the new owner of Ace Moving is pleased with the success her company has had to date. In January, Susan Bennett bought the former Frank and Jesse James Moving Company in Prescott Valley. She renamed it Ace Moving and said that business has been steady and is increasing […]

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Interstate 17 Expansion Under Consideration

Tired of being stuck for hours – or even just delayed – by heavy traffic or accidents on Interstate 17 between Cordes Junction and Phoenix? Or weary of having a shipment not happen on time because a delivery truck was hung up on the freeway? That may change – if increased pressure from a variety […]

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Roundabout Cowboy Sculpture Nearing Completion

The-eye-catching 15-foot tall bronze sculpture, “Cowboy in a Storm” is nearing completion. It soon will be the centerpiece of the new roundabout under construction on Highway 89 at the northeast edge of Prescott. The sculpture is the creation of the late renowned Western artist George Phippen. Appropriately, it will be located due west of the […]

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Science Offering Another Reason to Exercise

If binging on Netflix sounds more appealing than going to the gym, consider this: scientists are finding that cardiovascular exercise is having positive effects on the human gut microbiome — the community of trillions of tiny organisms that thrive inside the dark, wet, warm walls of our intestines. That is important because research is linking […]

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Online Grocery Shopping Has Arrived in the Quad Cities

Extra busy? Too tired? Are family members or pets demanding your undivided attention? Missing a key ingredient for that favorite recipe? Just need a little longer to finish that work-at-home gig? Or, just feel like relaxing at home or doing anything besides buying groceries? Your Instacart personal shopper and home delivery person may not dress […]

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