Max Efrein

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More senior citizens have student loan debt

If you don’t have student loan debt yourself, there’s a good chance you know at least one person who does.

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Prescott area receives first rain of cold season, some snow

Maybe more rain to come in next 10 days

Northern Arizona finally received some precipitation Tuesday evening, Jan. 9, and Wednesday morning, Jan. 10, after an unprecedented dry streak.

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101-year-old dies after being run over in parking lot

No charges have been filed so far in the case

Esther Dorsch, a 101-year-old woman who was run over in the Fry’s Food and Drug parking lot in Prescott Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 3, died early Tuesday morning, Jan. 9, in a Phoenix area hospital.

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Medical marijuana found to be substitute for alcohol, study says

Is marijuana safer than alcohol?

Like it or not, marijuana use is on the rise as more and more states legalize it for either recreational or medicinal use.

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Polar Bear Splash gets warm reception

As event announcer Jean Lupa put it, this year’s Polar Bear Splash was more like a “Southern Splash” given the unseasonably warm weather the Prescott area has been experiencing this cold season.

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Radon a consideration for proposed Granite Dells development

Mitigating exposure to radioactive gas

It’s clear why developers wish to build in and around the Granite Dells.

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First measurable rain expected this week

Warmest, driest fall/winter ever for Prescott area

It’s been a long time coming for the Southwest, but the cold season’s first precipitation event is on tap for early this week.

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Cottonwood APS workers to assist Puerto Rico

50 line workers hope to restore power to island

Arizona utility companies are answering the call for help by Puerto Ricans still without electricity following heavy damage to the island by hurricanes in September.

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Realtors forecasting slower growth in home prices for 2018

Lack of inventory continues to plague market

Forecasts for the 2018 real estate market are indicating slower growth in home prices nationwide and a continued shortage of available homes as developers and home builders are now working to catch up with spiking demand after years of housing stagnation.

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Need 2 Know: Little word about Dunkin Donuts in Prescott Valley; All West Fire has moved; recent 10-year anniversaries for two businesses

Little word about PV Dunkin Donuts In August, the final development plan for a Dunkin Donuts was unanimously approved by the Prescott Valley Town Council.

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