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Need2Know: 2nd layoff at RESA; Circle K nearly complete; Whiskey Row building sells; Rickety Cricket now full-fledged bar; Christmas Store opens in PV

A newly constructed Circle K is nearly complete at the intersection of Willow Creek and Iron Springs roads in Prescott.

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New owners of PV Kia dealership looking to bolster inventory, offer more variety

All employees able to keep their jobs in transition

One day is all it took for Earnhardt Liberty Kia to become Prescott Valley Kia — at least in terms of signage and management.

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PV native listed as one of top 10 entrepreneurs of 2018

Local educators not surprised by his success given his ambitious character

Growing up in Prescott Valley, Cheyenne ‘Tex’ Keith dreamed of becoming a professional football player.

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Need2Know: Earnhardt Liberty Kia sold; Birdcage Saloon changes hands; Party bus serves quad cities

The Earnhardt Auto Group has sold their Kia dealership in Prescott Valley to Zamora Automotive Group, which already owns York Dodge Chrysler Jeep in Prescott and Prescott Honda.

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PAAR announces Realtor award winners

2019 officers, directors also installed

The Prescott Area Association of Realtors (PAAR) announced its 2018 award winners on Oct. 26 at the Hassayampa Inn.

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Need2Know: Gabriella’s Ristorante opens in PV; Jack’s Furniture Shack opens in PV; Thrifty Whatnots opens in Chino Valley

Jim Cabral, the owner of Gabby’s Kitchen and Gabby’s Grill, is now dishing up Italian cuisine at his newest venture, Gabriella’s Ristorante.

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New Year’s Eve opening planned for Castle Hot Springs

A holiday opening will culminate the extensive restoration project that has been underway for years at Yavapai County’s historic resort, Castle Hot Springs.

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Experts: Harassment in the workplace should not be tolerated

Employees should speak up, employers should take action

About 90 percent of individuals who say they have experienced harassment never take formal action against the harassment, such as filing a charge or a complaint.

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Prescott’s oldest Mexican restaurant closes, ending 59-year run

Uncertain of restaurant’s future, owner redirects customers to Chino Valley location

On Thursday, Oct. 11, Gary Denny broke the news via a Facebook post about having to close El Charro Mexican Restaurant & Cantina. The single post has since received 417 comments and been shared 781 times.

Prescott Chamber Annual Meeting 2018

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Meeting on Thursday at the Prescott Resort. ...

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