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A rush for solar as decision on APS rate case nears

Effective date for new price on electricity yet to be determined

Rooftop solar in Arizona has been booming.

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Need2Know: 3 developments in PV’s Crossroads; best pie in Arizona?

Three new projects in Prescott Valley’s Crossroads shopping center are in various stages of development.

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Prescott Wedding Chapel no longer Church on the Street

Renovations preserve beauty of 1883 structure

The renovation has taken a year, and the transformation is amazing. The dilapidated historic buildings on the corner of Carleton and Cortez streets, once known as Church on the Street and utilized as a homeless shelter, is now the Prescott Wedding Chapel and Event Center.

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The inappropriate behavior some businesses regularly endure

The less glamorous side of being a business owner

Without seeking it, Loren Rowling has seen just about every obscenity one can imagine.

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Need2Know: Sprouts property sells; new mattress store coming; massage therapist expands

Sprouts Farmers Market in Prescott sells for $7.46 Million CBRE Group, Inc., completed the sale of the site of Sprouts Farmers Market at the Depot Marketplace, 174 E. Sheldon St. in Prescott.

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Chamber Focus: Chispa ribbon cutting

The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated new member Chispa with a ribbon cutting on June 8.

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Downtown Prescott entrepreneurs celebrate camaraderie over competition

Uptown on East Gurley is the collaborative moniker of a small group of vintage retail businesses — several of them new to the downtown retail business scene — striving to market their stores that are part of the historic and renovated Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center and the former Bank of Arizona building.

Need2Know: Dorn Homes, Hampton Inn awarded; PrescotteNews restructures

Dorn Homes has received the Builders of Integrity Award from Quality Builders Warranty Corporation (QBW).

Local business news

Each year the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce (PVCC) gives welcome bags to new teachers and staff in all the area Prescott Valley schools.

Have you SCORED lately with your customer service?

With the summer tourism season ramping up, Northern Arizona SCORE wants to remind the business owners in the three counties it serves (Coconino, Mohave and Yavapai), that it is critical to ensure they are doing their part to provide excellent customer service.

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Earned paid sick time law takes effect July 1

Employees rejoice, employers brace for changes

The second part of proposition 206 is about to take effect.

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Need2Know: New shop in PV; House Chilson & Associates recognized

New ‘experiential retail establishment’ in PV A new business called Rafter Eleven has just opened up next to Buffalo Wild Wings in Prescott Valley.

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Need2Know: New donut shop; coffee shop closing; Pine Cone sold; more

New donut shop in Prescott A new donut shop called Outlaw Donuts had its soft opening this past week on Tuesday.

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Grandpa’s typewriter making comeback

Vintage machines gain fans amid ‘digital burnout’

Typewriter enthusiasts gather at an Albuquerque restaurant to experiment with vintage Smith Coronas.

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Three Prescott hotels partner with Clean the World to help save lives

Three Prescott-area hotels have recently joined the Clean the World soap recycling program, a hospitality industry program made up of over 4,500 hotel and resort partners from around the world.

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Spirit and Body Massage ribbon cutting

The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated new member Spirit and Body Massage with a ribbon cutting on June 8 at the Chamber office.

Arizona employers shed more jobs than normal; business services takes hit

The state’s jobless rate ticked up a tenth of a point to 5.1 percent as Arizona employers shed more jobs last month than they typically do this time of year.

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How APS linemen get your power back on

Preparing for monsoon season 2017

It’s 11 at night and Scott Kahrs’ phone is ringing.

People In The News

Jim Johnson joins Country Bank as VP/Branch Manager/Commercial Banker Country Bank, a division of Mohave State Bank, has hired Jim Johnson as vice president, branch manager and commercial banker for its Prescott Valley branch.

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Palmer Hill subdivision, aka Cross Hill, filling in with homes

Mike Palmer recounts time he chopped down a well-known giant illuminated cross

Once known as Cross Hill, Palmer Hill is now a 17 lot subdivision along Senator Highway awaiting buyers and homebuilders.

Need2Know: Black Butterfly chocolates to open; PV Chamber banquet on horizon; Riggs moves to Guild Mortgage

Black Butterfly chocolates Downtown Prescott will soon have a new artisan chocolate shop, Black Butterfly Artisan Chocolates, which will be in the Firehouse Plaza.

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Battery powered homes may be future of homebuilding

Local homebuilder hopes to address electric grid issue with innovation

Many utility companies throughout the Southwest are having to address limitations with the electrical grid as renewable energies grow in popularity.

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Need2Know: Prescott Youth Job Fair, awards, builders and retail

Old World Bagels & Market relocates; Hungry Monk replaced with pizza joint; Sally B’s Café 10th anniversary

Old World Bagels & Market new location Old World Bagels & Market has opened its new location.

Traveling the Rivers & Oceans to success with SCORE

Just as rivers and oceans ebb and flow, businesses grow, recede and then expand again.

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Perfect attendance rewards

Tony Hughes, who just completed his junior year at Prescott High School, was one of only a few dozen students who made it through the entire 2016-17 school year with perfect attendance.

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