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Dad’s Backyard Grill celebrated its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 20, at the former Lonesome Valley Brewing location, 3040 N. Windsong Drive, Suite 101, Prescott Valley.

By Jim Wright January 20, 2024
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The Prescott Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Meeting & State of The City Address by Mayor Phil Goode 8 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 18 at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, 117 E. Gurley St. in Prescott. Cost is $30 for members.

January 13, 2024
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Crystal Creek Builders, a home-town custom home builder for over 35 years, has relocated to 1575 Plaza West Drive, Prescott, just half a mile from the plaza.

By Jim Wright January 13, 2024
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Your business is established, maybe even taking off. You’ve developed a solid fan base but you’re eager to expand your audience

January 13, 2024
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Credit Union West, a member-owned and Arizona based financial cooperative, is pleased to announce the promotion of Kelly Poldoski to the position of Chief Financial Officer.

January 13, 2024
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Ernest Health, a nationally recognized healthcare system of post-acute rehabilitation and long-term care providers, recently announced that Sabrina Martin has been selected as the organization’s new Regional Vice President of Operations.

January 13, 2024
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With another year closed and a new one just beginning, you, your family, your friends, and your business remain in the crosshairs.

By Michael Bacci, CFP AEP January 13, 2024
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Artisan in the Crossings will be celebrating the opening of its new location at 3619 Crossings Dr., Suite A., Prescott, with a ribbon cutting 4 to 7 p.m. Jan. 12.

By Jim Wright January 6, 2024
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The nation’s employers added a robust 216,000 jobs last month, the latest sign that the American labor market remains resilient even in the face of sharply higher interest rates.

By PAUL WISEMAN AP Business Writer January 6, 2024
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The formation of the Arizona Media Association, was created from the merger of the Arizona Newspapers Association and the Arizona Broadcasters Association earlier this year, has catalyzed the creation of the Arizona Multimedia Advertising Co-Op.

By The Daily Courier January 6, 2024
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Happy New Year, and I wish you a healthy and positive 2024!

January 2, 2024
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Beginning Monday, Jan. 1, corporations, limited liability companies and other similar entities formed or registered before Jan. 1, 2024, must file an initial beneficial ownership report before Jan. 1, 2025, reporting under the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA).

By The Daily Courier December 30, 2023
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Brown Bag Burger and Brewery opened Thursday, Dec. 28, at 130 W. Gurley St., in the former Prescott Brewing Company space in the Bashford Courts mall.

By Jim Wright December 30, 2023
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2023 has been a year of economic surprises for most.

By Michael Bacci, CFP AEP December 30, 2023
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After having a nice breakfast, which included two cups of English Breakfast tea, I decided to do some shopping and pick up a prescription at some Prescott-area stores.

By K.H. KRAFT, Special to the Courier December 24, 2023
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Christian Brothers Automotive has opened its Prescott location at 260 Lee Blvd., adjacent to the Shops at Prescott Gateway, and is offering up to $50 off customers’ next service as a grand opening offer.

By Jim Wright December 23, 2023
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The Angry Crab Shack will be opening a Prescott location at the former Sizzler restaurant at 520 Miller Valley Road in 2024, according to a banner in the window.

By Jim Wright December 16, 2023
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When I was growing up in the 70s, 80s and 90s, much of the focus in the U.S. on education standards was to push students harder and to achieve higher, as the rest of the world was beating us soundly.

By Michael Bacci, CFP AEP December 16, 2023
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Happy holidays, fans of Chino Valley! What a great December!

By JOHN COURTIS, Volunteer Interim Director, Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce December 12, 2023
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Buried within the economic noise (and reality) of the past 4 years from Covid-induced business shutdowns (and layoffs) to the ensuing inflation from too much economic stimulus, is a temporarily forgotten paradigm…. that the Social Security payments system may be running out of time, and money.

By Michael Bacci, CFP AEP December 2, 2023
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A joint venture between DLC, one of the country’s largest private owners, operators and managers of open-air retail, along with money managed by DRA Advisors, have acquired four major open-air shopping centers, with an institutional investment partner as part of a $100 million deal, including the Shops at Gateway in Prescott.

By The Daily Courier November 25, 2023
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Prescott Valley Kung Fu, currently training out of Summer’s DanceWorks at 805 Miller Valley Road in Prescott, officially began its new ownership Nov. 15 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

By Jim Wright November 25, 2023
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Deep discounts and the growth of flexible payment options were the drivers behind $9.8 billion in online sales in the U.S. on Black Friday — a record figure for the day.

By The Daily Courier November 25, 2023

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