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Whiskey Row Rehab: Ian Russell Gallery restoring Block Building’s original 1901 feel

Artist Ian Russell was ecstatic when he began renting the historic Ed Block Building, 130 S. Montezuma St., from the Fields family in 2011.

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Need2Know: Sana Behavioral Hospital takes shape on Whipple; Infinity L.E. Uniforms & Tactical opens in mall; Frontier Group expands, buoys Chino Valley complex

This fall, Prescott will join one of five Western cities with a Sana Behavioral Hospital, which offers acute inpatient psych treatment for seniors 55 and older.

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Bears snap 3-game skid, pound rival Mingus 64-7

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Moi Hernandez and Daniel Gobiel are two guys you’d want as your next-door neighbors.

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Wanted in Prescott Valley: A new post office

You know a town’s growing when residents and the mayor and town council start complaining about its post office being too overcrowded and cramped to serve the public efficiently.

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Rezone approved for ranch-style apartments at northeast corner of highways 69, 169

Developer’s proposal calls for 197 units on 19 acres

In the next two years you might not recognize the northeast corner of highways 69 and 169, where, to the south, sits the popular Mortimer Farms.

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Save a Life: Eat Vegan

Chefs Carmen and Charles Cole of new Practical Healthy Living in Cordes Lakes swear by benefits

Carmen and Charles Cole are convinced — eating a diet of 100% plant-based, non-GMO foods can save your life.

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Need2Know: Crane at Printpack in Prescott Valley part of plant renovation; no word on former Jack in the Box restaurant near Gurley, Mt. Vernon

If you’ve driven past the intersection of Highway 69 and Lake Valley Road, near the center of town in Prescott Valley this month, you might have noticed a rather tall, bright yellow, tripod-looking crane pointing to the sky.

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Stunner! Prescott comes from behind to beat Bradshaw Mountain

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Sometimes luck is on your side – and you’ve simply got to roll with it.

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Crack-seal work on Stoneridge Drive moves closer to reality

Sick and tired of hearing that noise and feeling your vehicle’s tires run over all of those pesky cracks on StoneRidge Drive heading into the subdivision on Prescott Valley’s west side?

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Debate over feather flags continues at Oct. 10 meeting

Board of Adjustment public hearing at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers, 202 N. Highway 89

Chino Valley’s Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, regarding the appeal of the zoning administrator’s interpretation of the sign code related to businesses’ use of feather flags for advertising.

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