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So you have received a Preliminary 20 Day Notice in the mail. You are distraught and ask how can a contractor file a lien on your property when you do not owe anything? How serious is this and what do you do?

By Sandy Griffis January 25, 2024
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Gardeners know the better the soil, the larger the harvest, the brighter the flowers, the easier the gardening. Once you’ve tried digging the first planting hole in a mountain garden, you figure it out: Our native soils are HARD!

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier January 25, 2024
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Just like us, insects spend their winters in different locations. Unlike us, they spend their winters in different stages of development.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier January 25, 2024
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Feature Home: 14451 N Hawkins Trail, Prescott
Welcome Home... to approx. 20 acres of exceptional, upscale, ranch-style living & craftsmanship like no other!

Welcome home to nearly 20 acres of upscale, ranch-style living and craftsmanship like no other. This property exudes incredible potential for a lifestyle that includes modern living and rustic charm.

January 18, 2024
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Let’s talk about social media and maybe why you should not put all of your contractor search eggs in the social media basket.

By Sandy Griffis January 18, 2024
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Those new to the four seasons of Northern Arizona: Autumn is a time of intense transition in the yard. Leaves fall off deciduous trees, and flowering perennials bloom one last time before fading underground until spring.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier January 18, 2024
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It’s never too early to prepare for the garden season ahead. Having the right tool for the job saves time, reduces the frustration of trying to make the wrong tool work, and allows you to garden longer with less muscle fatigue.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier January 18, 2024
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African violets, those cheerful, shade-loving houseplants native to Tanzania and introduced to the U.S. in the late 1800s, are finally having their day in the sun: the National Garden Bureau has named 2024 the Year of the African Violet.

By JESSICA DAMIANO, Associated Press January 18, 2024
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Amenity-packed features include attached garage, private yard, and ample storage. Enjoy an exclusive dog park, pickleball courts, walking trail, weekly events, and robust activities.

January 11, 2024
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I understand finances and project costs. For everyone entertaining a new construction project, there is a cost of doing business. All companies have different profit margins, soft costs, hard costs. In the world of construction, bidding on projects is a delicate art.

By Sandy Griffis January 11, 2024
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If you make a daily pot of coffee, you have a fabulous source of the organic matter right at your fingertips. Coffee grounds can make your garden happier in several ways, and not just that coffee gives you more energy for weeding and pruning.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier January 11, 2024
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As you scour the seed catalogs and websites for new and favorite flower and vegetable seeds, take time to inventory the seeds you have saved from previous years.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier January 11, 2024
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Feature Home: 6881 Claret Drive, Prescott
New year, new low prices on move-in ready homes!

Gift yourself a beautiful new Evermore home in the new year! Take advantage of new incentives on move-in ready homes across Prescott, Prescott Valley, and an hour south in Wickenburg!

January 4, 2024
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The lyrics from the classic 1945 melody, “Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!” romanticize the magic of soft, white flakes that glisten as they fall across the landscape. The beauty of this snowy blanket fades, however, when people must confront the white accumulation on driveways and sidewalks.

By Sandy Griffis January 4, 2024
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When outdoor plants need more room, they stretch their roots into the surrounding garden. Houseplants are limited to the soil in their containers. Repotting containing plants is crucial for healthy houseplants.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier January 4, 2024