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Doug Cook
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The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, 7120 Pav Way, Suite 102, recently gained 900 square feet of office and boardroom space when it expanded into the back end of its current location.

By Doug Cook January 18, 2020
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Sweat Infrared Sauna Studio will celebrate its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 25. The closure of Burger King leaves the area with one location apiece in Prescott and Prescott Valley.

By Doug Cook January 18, 2020
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Developer starts moving dirt northwest of Viewpoint subdivision in Prescott Valley for homes
36-acre parcel part of a larger tract of land that may be developed

Some residents in the Viewpoint subdivision in Prescott Valley say they were surprised to see dirt being turned northwest of their community within the past week, and immediately wondered what was happening.

By Doug Cook January 16, 2020
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Prescott City Council may hire firm to process housing permits
Willdan recommended at Prescott study session

With the growth in new housing starts ballooning in north Prescott, city council is considering whether to hire an outside engineering firm to help the city process permits.

By Doug Cook January 14, 2020
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Developer starts moving dirt northwest of Viewpoint in Prescott Valley for homes
36-acre development on Yavapai County land on horizon in 2020

Some residents in the Viewpoint subdivision in Prescott Valley say they were surprised to see dirt being turned northwest of their community within the past week, and immediately wondered what was happening.

By Doug Cook January 14, 2020
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The Prescott Valley Town Council on Jan. 9 approved a rezone from residential to commercial for a 2-acre parcel adjacent to Kachina Mini Storage, 171 S. Highway 69 near Dewey, for an RV storage complex.

By Doug Cook January 14, 2020
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Prescott reducing water usage, despite growth
Council to hear from consultant

The City of Prescott’s water expert plans to tell council members that because of improved efficiency, the city is using less water today than it did 15 years ago, when the City Council meets for a study session at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14.

By Doug Cook January 11, 2020
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Will the former Sam’s Club in Prescott Valley ever be sold?
Walmart’s, town’s competing interests slowing the process

The former Sam’s Club warehouse on the southeast side of the Prescott Valley Crossroads Center, 5757 E. Highway 69, has become a hot property because of its prime location on the busy thoroughfare.

By Doug Cook January 11, 2020
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Blue Note Guitars opened in mid-December at Gateway Mall, 3250 Gateway Blvd., Suite 262, in Prescott, and you might be blown away by all of the different types of instruments the shop sells.

By Doug Cook January 11, 2020
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Prescott Valley Public Library’s food pantry a boon to patrons
Second-floor display popular; librarians enjoy making a difference

Toward the middle of the second floor on the east side of Prescott Valley Public Library, three metal shelves stand on wheels, stocked with nonperishable food.

By Doug Cook January 9, 2020

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