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New ERAU President Pledges Strong Support for Prescott Campus

“I sense a strong feeling of family, loyalty and camaraderie on this campus that I find refreshing,” said P. Barry Butler, the newly named president of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at a recent open house on campus. Having earlier spent several hours meeting with campus administrators, faculty, staff and students at the ERAU Prescott campus, Butler […]

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Cheering for Professional Sports, Economic Benefits

With no hesitation, speakers during an economic development symposium endorsed multi-purpose sports and recreational facilities as positive economic contributors to the fiscal well-being of communities in which they are located. The dominant theme: no matter the size of a community, robust recreational and/or participatory sports venues and activities have economic benefits. Chris Presson, president of […]

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Cottonwood Landmark Undergoing Major Renovation

The historic Cottonwood Civic Center may soon be full of life with weddings, school plays and community meetings when the city’s renovation effort is completed. The project got a boost from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) when the city was awarded a $37,734 Brownfields Grant to revitalize the Old Town area by performing […]

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Satisfying an Appetite for Locally Grown Food

Those who crave organic fruits and vegetables from the Quad Cities area have options beyond their backyards. They can contract with Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operations such as Whipstone Farm in Paulden or The Yavapai County Farmers and Ranchers Cooperative (YCGrown) in Chino Valley; participate in community gardening; or shop weekly at farmers markets in […]

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Dealing with the Rising Cost of Prescription Drugs

Ouch! Feel that jarring pain? It’s the prick of a needle advancing into your pocketbook as you stand at the pharmacy counter and realize just how much that medicine the doctor has prescribed is going to set you back. And if your prescription treats a serious illness, such as cancer, hepatitis C or cystic fibrosis, […]

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Eight Prescott Area Young Professionals Honored

Eight young men and women between the ages of 21 to 40 have been honored as “Visionary Award Winners” of the Prescott Area Young Professionals organization (PAYP). Recipients were praised for playing key leadership roles in shaping their community’s business development for the betterment of the Greater Prescott Area. Those who were honored were Jennifer […]

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