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Max Efrein

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Decrepit property where homicide occurred transformed into vacation rental

Landlord or seller not required to disclose property’s checkered past

Looking at 429 Beach Ave., one would never think it used to be a dilapidated home with a troubled past.

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Community mourns those dead from drug, alcohol use

Fentanyl taking lives at a faster rate

When he was 17 years old, William Marchbanks lost his cousin to a heroin overdose in Flagstaff. Now 25, he just lost his close friend in Flagstaff to the same substance.

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$20 million donated to employees by owner of BAYADA Home Health Care

Follows company’s transition to a nonprofit

In an unusual move by a company owner, Mark Baiada turned his enterprise into a nonprofit in 2017 and then decided to donate $20 million of his own money to his roughly 26,000 employees around the world this month.

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Need2Know: Construction on Whipple; Pickleball coffee shop at Mall

A geriatric/psychiatric hospital is currently under construction at 181 Whipple St. (adjacent to Sonic Drive-In).

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Should alleged fentanyl dealers face higher bond amounts?

How bond amounts are determined

In a recent arrest of two alleged fentanyl dealers in Prescott Valley, both suspects were held in custody on a $3,000 bond each.

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Candlelight vigil to honor loved ones lost to drug-related deaths set for Dec. 12

#StopFentanylNow

The public is welcome to attend an upcoming candlelight vigil to honor the many lives lost to drug-related deaths.

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Need2Know: Papa John’s reopening in PV; Tara Thai expanding; Cuppers relocating

Prescott Valley’s sole Papa John’s Pizza will be returning to the same location after being closed for about three years.

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RESA Wearables’ future unclear

Prescott-based start-up in financial, legal binds

It’s been a difficult couple of months for RESA Wearables and those who used to work for the company.

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Family watched man battle for sobriety before he was found dead in Prescott Valley home

Suspected overdose remains under investigation

The stepfather of a 33-year-old man who was pronounced dead in his Prescott Valley home midday Wednesday, Dec. 5, has decided to share about the sudden death so the community may continue its battle against lethal drugs.

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Man found dead in Prescott Valley home

Initial investigation found that illicit drugs may have been involved

A 33-year-old man was found unresponsive in a Prescott Valley home midday Wednesday, Dec. 5.

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