Originally Published: January 28, 2018 5:58 a.m.
A New Dutch Bros. Coffee
A Dutch Bros. Coffee is going in at the Lakeview Plaza at the intersection of Willow Creek and Willow Lake roads, according to developer Ken Mabarak. He said it should start construction “around the first of March.”
North-Aire, a flight training school, has opened an advanced flight simulation lab at the Prescott airport.
The lab is outfitted with three Redbird simulators, including a full motion simulator, the FMX. The company notes that student pilots can save money by using simulators for some required training instead of actual aircraft.
Call 928-445-8320 for information.
We can expect to see a Ubreakifix franchise opening “very soon” in the Prescott Valley Crossroads at Highway 69 and Stoneridge Drive, according to PV Economic Development Coordinator Ben Cooper.
The store, which will be located in the Verizon plaza, appropriately, repairs smartphones.
Arts & crafts
What Knots, a store that invites artists of various skill levels to sell their creations, is open at 8332 Highway 69. Owner Deborah Carscallen said it’s not a consignment store, but, instead, artists pay to rent space to display their “arts and crafts.”
Fifty Plus Care
Pastor Adam and Pam Marquardt have opened Fifty Plus Care Prescott.
Services offered include personal care, household duties and “handy man” projects, home management and security, transportation and more.
For more information, call 928-499-4104 or 928-632-2181.
New Documentary Screening
Generation Zapped, a new documentary that explores the health risks of wireless radiation, will have a free screening at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3, at NACOG, 221 N. Marina St., Prescott. For more information, call or text 928-458-6393. The showing is hosted by All Natural Cosmetics.
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