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Solar After Sunset

Arizona Public Service customers will soon be powering their evening dinners, prime-time television programs and bedtime reading lights with a cleaner energy mix. That news comes from Jeff Burke, the director of resource planning at APS, as the utility announces its initiative to add massive battery storage to its existing solar power plants, stand-alone energy […]

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Centennial

Canyon Receiving Grand Support

Coming together to sponsor and commemorate the Grand Canyon’s 100th anniversary Centennial celebration, Arizona Public Service (APS), Bank of America (BofA) and Teva have partnered with Grand Canyon Conservancy (GCC), to strengthen environmental, cultural, tribal, educational and conservation projects at the world-famous attraction. “This support makes it possible for us to protect the canyon’s unique resources […]

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water smart fixtures

Program Encouraging Water Efficient Fixtures

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli is fond of citing the quote famously attributed to Mark Twain: “Whiskey’s for drinking; water’s for fighting over.” In fact, he uses that phrase to highlight planning for the future and the amount of water it will take to sustain reasonable growth without jeopardizing future generations. Mengarelli also emphasizes that water […]

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race horses

Racing to Begin Soon at Arizona Downs

Barring unforeseen difficulties, Memorial Day weekend will have the starter’s gun firing, horses galloping and the announcer shouting, “They’re off!” Arizona Downs in Yavapai County now seems primed to become another major destination in Central Arizona. In the past five months, experienced racetrack personnel have converted what was a weed-covered, eroded and generally abandoned horseracing […]

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phippen art museum

Phippen Art Museum Expanding Activities  

Highlighting its 35th anniversary is a year-long mission for leaders and board members at the Phippen Museum of Western Art.    “In fact, it is far more than a mission. It is a passion,” said Edd Kellerman, the museum’s recently-named executive director.   “Our ever-increasing visibility, coupled with the increasing number of events we host and shows […]

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drake cement

Dynamic Growth Characterizes Drake Cement 

Drake Cement LLC, located on Highway 89 in a rural area about 10 miles north of Paulden in Yavapai County, has exceeded earlier predictions and continues to grow.  In fact, during the past five years, the workforce has grown from about 80 or so local employees to 107 in the Chino Valley-Paulden area. Another 16 […]

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