After 36 years in its Safeway shopping center location, Anchor Books in Prescott has announced it is closing, as the landlord will not be renewing its lease, according to owner George Thomson.
The state of Arizona has some rather nice ‘tax credits’ which most Arizona taxpayers may qualify for.
We wanted snow… we got snow! And the cold. This is truly a “real” winter and I am happy to see the moisture and snow pack that we so desperately need. I say bring on more!
Arizona wilderness survival instructor, best-selling author and reality TV personality Cody Lundin of Prescott has announced 2023 courses at his Aboriginal Living Skills School, LLC will begin April 8 and continue until Sept. 3.
The need for skilled people willing to get their hands dirty is growing across the country. But will there be enough craftspeople to meet that demand?
The Daily Courier and the advertising team at Prescott News Network are inviting the public to a free informational webinar and discussion on how to maximize all aspects of your marketing plan from print to digital.
Mayor Phil Goode is optimistic about the future of Prescott as the city continues to move forward from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jim Carlisto and James Carlisto Jr., a father-and-son team, have acquired Raskin’s Jewelers, a third-generation family-owned, local jewelry company established in 1946, and plan to open in late January.
In my Dec. 17, 2022 article titled “Be smart, flexible about higher education and career choices” https://www.dcourier.com/news/2022/dec/17/talking-money-be-smart-flexible-about-higher-educa/ , I promised a follow up discussion on the sky-high cost of an undergraduate education.
Arizona still has far more job openings than people employers are able to hire.
Yavapai College (YC) Small Business Development Center (SBDC), and Moonshot Az are proud to announce the AZ Pioneer Pitch State-Wide Tour—an entrepreneurship contest similar to ABC’s Shark Tank — is coming back to the Quad Cities as part of the fourth annual tour.
A Step in Time Antiques and Collectibles will be closing at the end of January after 10 years in business at 121 N. Cortez St., Prescott.
Get Air trampoline park recently opened at 3320 Gateway Blvd. in Prescott. The new facility offers trampolines, Dodgeball, Ninja activities, a kiddie court, foam pit, Slamball and massage chairs.
As we enter 2023, the “rolling” of news of large consequence continues.
Happy New Year and wishes for a healthy and positive 2023!
Country Roads Books has been in Chino Valley seven years, but not many know this because it is just off the beaten path in a small strip mall on the west side of Perkinsville Road just off Highway 89.
McWhite’s North American Moving and Storage in Prescott Valley recently celebrated its 30th year in business.
The Cut Above Salon and Spa in Prescott Valley is closing in December after 40 years in business, and will be replaced by Cashmere, a day spa and wellness facility.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada, Arizona and California Properties, the largest Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices franchise in its global network, has appointed industry expert and leader John “JT” Thompson as its new general manager.
Julia Namingha, who’s been living with hearing loss for many years due to the high costs of hearing aids, is able to hear again, thanks to Beltone Arizona, a local hearing care provider who went to bat for her.
Vibes Juice Bar in downtown Prescott has moved its location just a few doors down to 224 S. Montezuma St. Owners Jamaal and Rhona McCoy purchased the juice bar in May 2022.
Since President Joe Biden introduced an executive order to forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt for qualifying loan holders, college loans and the value of college degree programs have been front and center in the national discussion.
The merriest time of the year is here. So many holiday events and activities to enjoy are all around us.
Shapiro’s House of Hair Design is happy to announce their 25th anniversary in business in Prescott on Dec. 15.
Sparklight associate Kim Anderson, right, and her daughter Kirra recently used her “Angel Day,” a paid company volunteer day, to volunteer at Prescott Gateway Mall in support of the local Salvation Army’s Christmas Angel Tree Program.