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Prescott Valley Kmart building gets new owner

Pruitt’s Fine Furniture looks to March opening, 20 new hires

Phoenix-based and family-owned Pruitt’s Fine Furniture is moving into the site of the former Prescott Valley Kmart, 7550 Highway 89.

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When Christmas gets weird

When it comes to Christmas, it’s understood that Santa Claus has his list of naughty and nice, but what about when Christmas gets weird?

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Dance to Yavapai College jazz groups

The Yavapai College jazz ensembles, the Roughriders and the Trailblazers, are putting on a different kind of concert next week called “Holiday Swing.”

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Celebrate the holidays with the Prescott Chorale

The Prescott Chorale is putting on its annual holiday concert with two performances that have two separate programs this weekend.

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Last-minute gifts at non-profit stocking-stuffer bazaar

Get some last-minute holiday gifts, or maybe some unique gifts to give in the coming year, at the 27th annual Last-Minute Non-Profit Stocking-Stuffer Bazaar this weekend.

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Enchanted Christmas is up and running

Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights hasn’t disappeared, it simply relocated to Depot Marketplace in downtown Prescott at 377 N. Montezuma St, Suite 101 right behind the Chipotle and Starbucks.

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Prescott-owned well site could be rehabilitated

Work could begin early next year

A Prescott-owned well site could be rehabilitated starting early next year after the Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission fowarded a recommendation of approval for a conditional use permit allowing for the rehabilitation at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4.

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Chino Valley intends to declare special election early next year

Ballot would ask voters two questions

The Town of Chino Valley plans to declare a special election early next year, to be held in May, to ask residents two questions.

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Controversial rezoning request denied advancement

Commissioner: Proposal consistent with general plan but inadvisable

A controversial rezoning request was denied advancement to the Chino Valley Town Council after failing to gain enough votes from the Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission.

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Sharlot Hall Museum poised to begin construction for expansion soon

A larger space is needed, says executive director

The Sharlot Hall Museum is poised to begin work on an expansion two years in the making with January 2019 as a target date for the beginning of construction, said Museum Executive Director Fred Veil.

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