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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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Lazy G

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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Buddha Trails

Finding Your Inner ‘Buddha’ Without Letting Your Freak Out

If you have not tried mountain biking lately, technological advances and beefy tires, combined with world-class trails, challenging knobs and hills, stunning views, Southwestern sunsets and colorful characters take this outdoor adventure to a whole new mesa in the red rock country.     The Enchantment Resort, tucked into Boynton Canyon in west Sedona with […]

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