Though Larry Green is the CEO of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic (WYGC) Inc., Laura Norman is the primary face of the local nonprofit.
My Kids’ Dentist coming to Chino Valley; Compass Recovery Center earns Gold Seal of Approval
More than two years after setting into motion permitting for the possible construction of a new location in Prescott Valley, Chic-fil-A still has yet to take further action toward that end.
New members of the Prescott Valley Chamber enjoyed lunch at Buffalo Wild Wings at the new member orientation lunch recently.
Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona, Inc. and Goodwill Industries of Northern Arizona jointly announced on Friday, Feb. 17, that they are engaged in preliminary discussions regarding a potential merger of the two nonprofit organizations.
The apprehension that accompanies walking into a hot house at the end of a long summer workday can now be avoided with the purchase of a smart thermostat using APS’s rebate program.
Roxane Nielsen, co-owner of Prescott Brewing Company, remembers a time when craft beer was nonexistent in Prescott.
Boulders development; ABRiO Care awarded
Village in the Boulders development The early construction stages of a commercial development has begun next to Natural Grocers along Willow Creek Road in Prescott.
Kenny Williams and his wife, Lisa Ross-Williams, are entrepreneurs who blend their creative talents and passion to create memories.
Prescott native Linda Brannock got a second chance at life as an adult student at Yavapai College and is paying it forward as a career coach, helping new and returning students launch their dreams or reinvent themselves after life throws them a curve ball.
Ron McCrite and Scott Payne of Affinity RV have successfully requalified as Certified RV Technicians through the Recreation Vehicle Service Technician Certification Board.
The business behind feeding the hungry
Food is essential to life. It’s also a limited resource.
JC Clean Up changes name; Goodwill hiring event
ArizonaBeer Week Arizona Beer Week is approaching and a few local breweries have concocted a special brew for the occasion.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomes new member Wolverine Home and Property Inspection with a ribbon cutting on Jan. 18.
LEADERS & ENTREPRENEURS
Complacency is not an attitude Steve Quinn subscribes to. “I’ve always been the type that will do something for four or five years and I’ll need a different challenge,” Quinn said.
Advance Auto Parts expected to reach PV as well; Dorn Homes awarded
Prescott Valley Dunkin Donuts, Advance Auto Parts Fain Signature Group, a commercial and residential development company in Prescott Valley, is in the final stages of securing deals with Dunkin Donuts and Advance Auto Parts.
Sharlot Hall Museum has begun fundraising for a 7,000-square-foot education center it plans to build on the southeast corner of its campus.
Sprouts hiring event Sprouts Farmers Market is looking to hire 150 people to open its new store in Prescott, 174 E. Sheldon Street.
Those looking for space to host an event in downtown Prescott are not short of options.
PV chamber business academy The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce will begin its now-annual business academy on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
Establishing an independent pharmacy in Chino Valley was surprisingly easy for Jason Dykstra, a pharmacist.
Farmers Insurance Jim Clemens Agency celebrated its new opening and chamber membership with a ribbon cutting on Nov. 26. Jim Clemens cuts the ribbon with the help of staff Angie Weaver, Chamber CEO Marnie Uhl and the fabulous chamber ambassadors.
Sandi Flores has recently taken the position of senior programs director for Catholic Charities Community Services northern offices to oversee employees and programs in Bullhead City, Cottonwood, Flagstaff and Prescott.
Prescott Newspapers, Inc. has restructured its newsrooms to combine operations and focus community content.
Ocean Blue Car Wash grand opening special
Ocean Blue Car Wash will be providing free car washes Friday, Jan. 13, through Tuesday, Jan. 17, for its Prescott location’s grand opening.
Behind the Prescott events
If you’ve ever been to the New Year’s Eve Boot Drop downtown, toured the Enchanted Christmas display, or been scared silly at the Halloween Haunted House at Gateway Mall, you’ve experienced the handiwork of Matt Brassard and his partner, Marco Espitia.