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Hospitality from Kabul to the Grand Canyon

Traveling almost 8,000 miles to fill his new position as food and beverage director for Xanterra at the Grand Canyon South Rim Lodges was an “easy” decision, says Todd Rodemyer, who left Kabul, Afghanistan, for the Grand Canyon. “It was the best move I’ve made yet and I really like it here.”  While in Kabul, […]

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Karen Fann is Poised to Lead the State Senate  

For more than 25 years, Yavapai County resident Karen Fann has been in the public eye.  That visibility will continue. Fann was elected to another term as a state senator for District 1, which covers more than 8,000 square miles of Yavapai County and portions of Maricopa County. She beat out opponent Jo Craycroft, 54,952 to […]

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Robin Sobotta

Helping Prescott Airport Reach Higher Levels

Robin Sobotta has been chosen to serve as director of Prescott Municipal Airport. On loan from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, she will serve until the fall of 2019, when she is expected to return from this sabbatical to the school. “Prescott is such a lovely community and lovely airport,” Sobotta said. During this time, she hopes […]

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More Than A Broker

When Kyle Karstens’s name comes up, typical responses sound something like this: “She’s got the biggest grin, happiest smile and the best sense of humor. She makes even the toughest real estate decisions understandable.” Kyle Karstens is one half of the Karstens and Associates Realty team in Prescott. She and her husband of 35 years, […]

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Teller Continues Looking Up

As a youngster, Arlando Teller stood in the yard of his Chinle home on the Navajo Reservation and looked up at an azure sky pebbled with popcorn clouds and jet contrails. He wondered where those white streaks crisscrossing the wild blue yonder were headed. When he graduated from Chinle High School in 1991, his continuing […]

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Jan COMPROF

Craftsman Builds Business From Salvaged Wood

Woodworking master craftsman Dan Arterburn is upfront about the furniture he makes. “It’s not for everyone. I try to create something that will become a family keepsake, a valued heirloom.” The former Nebraskan can be found in a Prescott gallery and workshop at 108 E. Hillside, Suite B. He has more than 31 years of […]

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