Max Efrein


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A shopping guide for the holiday season

Best Black Friday retailers, savvy shopper tips, best gift cards

For quad-city resident Jessie Billi, Black Friday is less about the deals than it is about the energy put into the event by retailers and shoppers.

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Prescott considered one of America’s best small towns for Christmas

Country Living magazine includes Prescott on list of 23 Christmas cities

Prescott was labeled “Arizona’s Christmas City” in 1989 by then-Gov. Rose Mofford.

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Downtown Prescott Holiday Window Decorating Contest

Businesses submit photos, public votes on them

To encourage local downtown merchants to maximize their holiday spirit with equally over the top window decorations, the Daily Courier is partnering with the Prescott Chamber of Commerce and the Prescott Downtown Partnership to host a reader’s choice contest.

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New year, new start for Station 7

The Plumbing Store owners aim to fully move in by the end of 2017

Kim and Bill Gagnon had been looking for a building to purchase for their business, The Plumbing Store, for about seven years.

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Perceptions, mis-perceptions of millennials as a workforce

Local business community attempts to better understand a generation that is taking over the labor force

Millennials, those born between 1982 and 2003, are entitled, spoiled, lazy, self-absorbed and lack a strong work ethic.

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Need2Know: New wine tasting venue in Prescott; Acupuncture Center of Prescott moves

New wine tasting venue in Prescott Flying Leap Vineyards, an Arizona-based and veteran owned/operated winery, has opened a Prescott tasting room in the Terra Cotta Plaza, 124 S. Granite St.

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Prescott’s 2nd annual Out of the Darkness Walk to Fight Suicide raises twice as much as first year

Ann Marie Boutin coordinated Prescott’s first Out of the Darkness Walk to Fight Suicide last year as her senior project at Prescott College.

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To cross or not to cross: Your rights as a property owner

Arizona Game and Fish officials were patrolling just north of Prescott when they noticed a hunter dragging a dead elk to his car on land they knew was private property.

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Fire board: Accusations against chief ‘unfounded’

Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority officials say matter closed

Things have returned to some degree of normalcy for the Central Yavapai Fire District board now that a six-month internal conflict has come to a definitive close.

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A short list of available super spaces and their hunt for purpose

Large vacant commercial properties in Prescott, Prescott Valley looking for a break

About 13 years ago, before the housing market took a tumble and the economy tightened, Joseph D’Amorr and a business partner decided to purchase a large commercial property on the west end of Prescott at 1519 W. Gurley St.

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