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Prescott Valley wants peddlers in town to be licensed

Violators of ordinance can face legal troubles, including arrest

In June, as summer approached, Prescott Valley police reported they had cited and released two peddlers for wandering around the Quailwood and StoneRidge subdivisions without the town’s permission.

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Peddlers in Prescott also face strict rules

Much like Prescott Valley, Prescott requires peddlers to carry a license if they want to conduct business within city limits.

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Klotzbach retires after 39 years as owner of Heiji’s Foreign Car Repair on Sheldon Street

For most of his life, Heiji Klotzbach has considered two sundrenched places home.

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Need2Know: Frosty’s Pop Shop & Virtual Reality Gaming opens; Willow Creek Restaurant repainted; Carmella’s takes former El Charro location; new Anytime Fitness

Every once and a while, a small business pops up that has you thinking, “Wow, that’s different!”

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People on the Street: Remembering the moon landing

Q: Where were you, or do you remember when Apollo 11 landed on the moon 50 years ago, on July 20, 1969? How did you feel?

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Off-track betting issue still murky: Arizona Downs official hopes for ‘even playing field’

Two days before Arizona Downs resumes its inaugural horse racing season, track general manager Ann McGovern said Wednesday, July 17, that she is thankful Turf Paradise in Phoenix has backed away from suing the state over a new law opening off-track betting signals to all Arizona racetracks.

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Trading spaces: Stepping Stones, Armadilla Wax Works, $6 Deals to exchange locations in Prescott Valley

It is uncommon for a nonprofit and a small business in the same town to swap the buildings where they sell their merchandise.

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Need2Know: Ocean Blue Car Washes expands, Fujiyama Japanese Restaurant moves, new Prescott Creamery & Soda Shop

You could say that Prescott Valley and Prescott will soon be awash in Ocean Blue Car Washes.

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A ride for the ages: Prescott’s Chris Seistrup wins grueling Tour Divide

Mountain Biking

There’s something special in Chris Seistrup’s blood.

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Top 8 tips for National Cellphone Courtesy Month

Cellphone do's and don'ts

Have you been on summer vacation with family, let’s say walking along the rim of the Grand Canyon, and briefly thought about soaking in the views without grabbing your cellphone to snap photos or a video?

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