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Feature Home: 7505 E Amber Ridge Way, Prescott Valley
.24 acre lot nestled in a quaint cul-de-sac location!

This 1,935 square-foot, three bedroom, two-bath, three-car garage home presents an open floorplan, vaulted ceilings and large great room with media niche. A chef’s kitchen features granite countertops, pull-out drawers, a large center Island, impressive pantry, Alder cabinets and dining area with a bay window.

August 4, 2022
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With all of our rain just wait... that “white chalky” substance will start to be seen on many of the area’s masonry walls and on homes throughout neighborhoods. So here is a little educational lesson on “efflorescence.”

By Sandy Griffis August 4, 2022
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The mountains of Arizona are famous for glorious weather. Many gardeners created decks, living rooms and kitchens that call to the outdoors. Plants that perform well in raised beds and containers add vibrancy to these relaxed spaces.

By KEN LANE, Special to the Courier August 4, 2022
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Investing in real estate is a popular way to build wealth over time. Real estate offers investors flexibility through various passive and active options, such as buying a share in a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) or purchasing a fixer-upper for a bargain and flipping it for a profit.

By By ALYSSA EVANS, Wealth of Geeks August 4, 2022
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Feature Home: 7558 E. Traders Trail, Prescott Valley
StoneRidge Golf Community Picacho Plan

Panoramic golf and mountain views! No homes behind to block views from this 2,495 square-foot, two-bath, three-car tandem garage plus bonus room and den. New interior and exterior paint, upgraded entry courtyard, front security door, mature aspen and pine trees are just the beginning.

July 28, 2022
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I am forever grateful that my position as Executive Director of YCCA allows me to leave the office. Sometimes I leave the office for lunch. I always leave the office to go home, and I leave the office for meetings throughout Yavapai County. The best part of leaving the office are road trips.

By Sandy Griffis July 28, 2022
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How to attract more butterflies into the gardens was this week’s most-asked question from friends, family, and garden center customers. Because butterflies have their favorite foods, the answer is the same whether you are in a townhome, cabin in the pines, or the newest track home on the block: it all comes down to the right plants.

July 28, 2022
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Poor flowering and misshapen or a lack of fruit on tomatoes, peppers and squash may be due to the weather, not your gardening skills. Temperature extremes can interfere with flowering and fruit set on these and other vegetables in your garden.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier July 28, 2022
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Feature Home: 7811 E. Talking Iron Lane, Prescott Valley
Quick move-in homes in Pronghorn Ranch

Both Ridgeline and Shadow Ridge, at Pronghorn Ranch, have quick move-in homes available now, giving buyers the opportunity to get into a brand new home on a shorter timeline. The available homes range from 1,580 to 2,140 square feet, with two to three bedrooms, and feature two- to three-car garages.

July 21, 2022
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How does anyone know what the future holds for our communities? The future is not some big secret. All the information for what is planned for Yavapai County is mapped out and spelled out and located in a document call the “General Plan.”

By Sandy Griffis July 21, 2022
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The mountains of Arizona are at the peak of the planting season. The start of summer offers even brighter flowers than spring, and Watters Garden Center is fully stocked with these summer lovers.

By KEN LANE, Special to the Courier July 21, 2022
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Cilantro is a favorite ingredient in guacamole, tacos, rice dishes and, of course, salsa. But as summer temperatures climb, the cilantro quickly goes to seed. This can be frustrating but using all parts of the plant or growing a heat tolerant cilantro-flavored substitute can help.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier July 21, 2022
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You started seeds in spring and watched as they sprouted, then watered, fertilized and even staked plants as they grew, while visions of summer salads, grilled vegetables and homemade pickles danced in your head.

By JESSICA DAMIANO, Associated Press July 21, 2022
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Water leaks are more common than you might think. At least three to four times per month I receive calls from homeowners that have a water leak. Not a major catastrophic water leak, but an undetected water leak in which their bill has increased dramatically.

By Sandy Griffis July 14, 2022
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Fill your gardens with color from spring through summer and even into fall with a variety of pollinator-friendly phlox. The beauty, diversity and usefulness in the garden of this group of plants had the National Garden Bureau declare 2022 Year of the Phlox.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier July 14, 2022
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Houseplants are just what the doctor ordered, from young retirees moving into their dream home to those able to work from anywhere, spending more time at home. Interior landscaping, what professionals call decorating with houseplants, is gaining popularity with homeowners.

By KEN LANE, Special to the Courier July 14, 2022
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Stringfield at Granite Mountain is a gated, 700-acre community offering a variety of spacious and private home sites, ranging from an acre to more than three acres. All sites feature highly customizable options, and select sites include envelopes for large accessory buildings.

July 7, 2022
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It has started, the monsoons of course, and with the rains comes lightning. Since our monsoon season is upon us and with the dissipation of lightning, surge protection has become a much more complex and important issue because the value of electronic equipment in a typical home has increased enormously.

By Sandy Griffis July 7, 2022
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Keep your garden looking its best with a bit of deadheading. Removing faded flowers can promote repeat bloom on some plants, encourage fuller, more compact growth, and tidy up the garden.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier July 7, 2022
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Keeping them away from your immediate vicinity is a top priority when it comes to the inevitable face-off between you and bugs. There are pesticides and bug traps, but these plants reduce the need for many chemicals around the patio.

By KEN LANE, Special to the Courier July 7, 2022

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