Bistro St. Michael reopened on Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott Feb. 16, nearly two years after temporarily closing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a renovation and a retooling of the menu.
Yavapai College and its Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will join Moonshot at NACET in playing host to the final AZ Pioneer Pitch Competition Tour event — an entrepreneurship contest similar to ABC’s “Shark Tank”— on Friday, March 25.
Alta Vista Senior Living Community is excited to announce that Maggie Greenwood was promoted to the role of regional operations director and Danielle Wiese has accepted the position of executive director.
An Arizona bill to prohibit government agencies from contracting with firms that refuse to do business with firearms companies received strong support this week from majority Republicans on a state House committee but generated tough criticism from the banking industry.
The new C-A-L Ranch store and distribution center at the former Prescott Valley Sam’s Club, 5757 E. Highway 69, is planning its grand opening for Friday, April 1, Prescott Valley Assistant Town Manager Cutter Chamberlain said.
For residents in the Quad Cities who want to advance their financial goals, from retirement planning and business investments to insurance and living wills or trusts, Desert Financial Credit Union can help.
Stroh Architecture, Inc. recently celebrated its 30-year anniversary in Prescott, a news release from the firm announced Feb. 9.
Foothills Bank’s Board of Directors announced in a Feb. 9 news release that it appointed Tommy Espinoza as its newest board member on Jan. 20.
Looking for information about what’s happening in Chino Valley? The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce is expanding its podcast to keep people up to date on events and new developments in the area.
The new Amazon Fulfillment Center in Prescott Valley, 9807 E. Valley Road, is expected to open later this year, as Amazon continues to recruit prospective employees at the large, repurposed commercial building there.
Visiting Angels of Northern Arizona recently recognized Prescott’s LaRee Gray with its 2021 Caregiver of the Year award, a news release from the organization reported in late January.
If you live, work or pass by Fair Street and Miller Valley Road near the Fry’s grocery store in Prescott, it’s hard to miss “Big Johnson.”
The new, larger Maverik gas station and convenience store, 1341 N. Prescott Country Club Blvd., near Dewey conducted a soft opening this past week and celebrated its grand opening on Jan. 27.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s Workforce Arizona Council’s Strategic Communications and Partnership Committee honored the Yavapai County Workforce Development Board (WDB) with the Impact Award Dec. 14, 2021, in Scottsdale.
Arizona’s utility regulators have rejected new rules that would have drastically boosted the use of renewable energy for the second time in a year, drawing sharp reaction from clean energy advocates who said the decision leaves the state far behind what is needed to address climate change.
Prescott Valley Assistant Town Manager Cutter Chamberlain this past week shared promising news about the health of the town’s economy, reporting that retail, restaurant and hotel sales-tax revenues have continued to rise in 2020 and 2021 — despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic has flipped all of our lives upside down and it seems that can’t be truer for Paulden mother Charlene Flickinger as an unexpected tragedy has steered her life in a different direction.
Construction crews this past week paved the Highway 69 turn lane and the eastbound lane on Prescott Country Club Boulevard for the new Maverik gas station and convenience store near Dewey-Humboldt.
Veteran barber John Olvera, 83, will retire at the end of January and permanently close Olvera Barber Shop, 138 N. Cortez St., after cutting hair there for more than five decades.
Arizona-based Credit Union West announced in a news release Jan. 18 that it has hired Ryan O’Connor as its newest executive supervising all functions of marketing and communications.
A&W Root Beer’s All American Food, 6640 N. Viewpoint Drive, opened Jan. 10 next door to the second Roberts Marketplace gas station and convenience store north of Highway 89A in Prescott Valley.
Fann Contracting, Inc., through its Fann Employees Making A Difference (FEMAD) Program, in 2021 donated more than $78,000 to charities in the Greater Prescott area.
Investing in customer service opens countless new streams of revenue. Many businesses are reluctant to acquisition money on customer success because it’s viewed as irrelevant.
The second Roberts Marketplace in Prescott Valley this past week conducted a soft opening for its new gas station and convenience store in the 6600 block of North Viewpoint Drive north of Highway 89A.
The second Roberts Marketplace in Prescott Valley conducted a soft opening this past week for its new gas station and convenience store in the 6600 block of North Viewpoint Drive north of Highway 89A.