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Eaton launches educational program to help customers understand electrical codes, standards

Power management company Eaton announced today an educational program focused on electrical codes and standards to help industrial, commercial and residential customers apply best practices to enhance safety – even beyond the code.

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How termites destroy from the inside out

The Tiny Termite House, a first-of-its-kind study and video production by the National Pest Management Association, NPMA, has revealed, like never before, the destructive nature of termites.

Corridor calendar: Week of May 18, 2018

Meals on Wheels in Mayer, 10051 Miami, will hold their annual plant sale from May 7th to May 18th, a perfect time to get that special plant at a great price.

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ICTech unveils its flagship product line with Intelli-shade

ICTech Corporation is pleased to announce the official launch of their Intelli-shade intelligent interior shading systems.

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Amazon Echo or Google Home? Consumers planning their home tech have a choice

Research from Parks Associates shows roughly 40% of consumers in the market for a smart home device consider interoperability with either Amazon Echo or Google Home to be important.

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For a prince’s wedding, even the greenery has royal roots

Even the foliage in the flower arrangements will have royal roots.

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Show features landscaping, planting themes

Village Nurseries, the West Coast Division of TreeTown USA, has announced its Fourth Annual Horticultural Encounter, to be held June 11-22 at its Miramar Landscape Center in San Diego.

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What do we really know about light?

What do consumers know about lighting technologies? Or rather: what do they think they know? Do they know their watts from their kelvins and lumens?

Monstore Garages bringing new solution in RV storage this summer

RV Storage, a truly unique storage solution, is coming to Palm Springs this summer.

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Survey: Fewer Americans say costs preventing them from entering housing market

The recent recession caused Americans to face some hard economic realities.

Free residential brush drop off in City of Prescott begins in June

In an effort to help City of Prescott residents increase defensible space, the of Prescott Solid Waste Division will offer a free residential brush drop-off event four Saturdays in the month of June (June 2 , June 9, June 16, June 23 and June 30 ) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the transfer station.

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Moore: Where did the name ‘Jay’s Bird Barn’ come from?

Several years ago, at a speaking engagement, when I was explaining — yet again — the origin of the name of my business, Jay’s Bird Barn, a smart aleck in the audience asked if all of my children had bird names.

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Girls and women invited to find inner goddess at benefit event

Speaker advocates better mental health and well-being through self-acceptance

Beverley Danusis will lead an event from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 18, on the third floor of the Elks Performing Arts Center — 117 E. Gurley St., Prescott — to help girls and women “uncover the true natures of their personalities and the Greek goddesses who match them,” Danusis wrote in a press release.

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Dear Annie: How to help a worried friend

Dear Annie: I have a friend who is going through a tough time, and I am wondering how I can help her.

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Application process is underway for city’s cultural events grants

The Prescott Tourism Office will be accepting applications for Prescott Area Arts and Humanities Council grants through Friday, June 8, at 5 p.m.

Fashion show benefits teen summer programs

The Fifth Annual Launch Into Summer Fashion Show and Mixer is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 18, at Hotel St. Michael, 205 W Gurley St., in Prescott.

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Del Rio fourth graders get hands-on lesson in Arizona history

Working on a small loom just outside of the Del Rio Elementary School library, fourth grader Estara Hofer was enjoying the experience, weaving without the use of electronics.

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Grinding teeth can cause ‘craze lines’ and more

I often have patients that visit the office with a concern about lines that they see in their teeth.

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Agua Fria River easement donated to Central Arizona Land Trust for preservation

Dewey-Humboldt resident offers 20 acres; no development allowed on property

It was 21 years ago that Garry and Denise Rogers purchased about 16 acres near the Agua Fria River in Dewey-Humboldt.

Hamilton: Prince Harry’s father won’t be attending wedding

Buckingham Palace scheduled the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for mid-afternoon this Saturday at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

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Dear Annie: Fertility woes

Dear Annie: My husband and I have had some difficulty getting pregnant. I am 32 and feel the clock ticking as each day without my having a fertility doctor passes.

Opioids, addiction and pain treatment are topics of doctor’s local talks

Dr. Don Teater, a medical doctor who also holds a master’s degree in public health, will be speaking in the Prescott area this month concerning the causes of the health crisis that has shaken the nation in recent years — opioids, addiction and pain treatment.

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Commemorating 50 years of animal heroes

Animals have the power to continuously amaze us, particularly when it comes to their unique means of communication with humans through various signals and behaviors.

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Dear Annie: Um, excuse you

Dear Annie: I’m a woman in my mid-20s.

To Your Good Health: When specialists disagree

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a snowbird who uses two different cardiologists for my health, and I am devoted to both of them.