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Businesses invited to sponsor travel information signs

An effective way of marketing, Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce director says

The Arizona Department of Transportation is offering Arizona businesses an opportunity to reach potential customers similar to the blue signs with their logos along freeways near their locations.

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War on the Table: tabletop gaming, popularity touches Prescott

The words “tabletop gaming” can bring about different thoughts to different people, whether it’s recalling a favorite board game or reminiscing about their favorite “Dungeons and Dragons” adventure

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Kenneth Broberg solo concert closes Yavapai Symphony Association season

Closing out the 2018-19 Yavapai Symphony Association season is a solo concert by pianist Kenneth Broberg this weekend.

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Art of Willard Page on exhibit

Horace Greely said “Go West Young Man,” and Willard Page painted it with a “lightning-fast” artistic style.

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Mother’s Day Prescott Fine Art and Wine Festival

Mother’s Day Prescott Fine Art and Wine Festival on Cortez Street. Despite the cold weather later in the day, participants enjoyed themselves, some making plans to return on Sunday when the festival resumes at 11 a.m. closing at 4 p.m.

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Sharlot Hall exhibit features art of Willard Page

The art of Willard Page, who traveled the West with his wife showcasing his “lightning-fast” artistic style and passion for the natural beauty of the American West is on display at the Sharlot Hall Museum.

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Town of Chino Valley gets new zoning district

Rezoning of Old Home Manor to new zoning district forwarded to council

The Town of Chino Valley has a new Business Park zoning district after the Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission voted to amend the town’s Unified Development Ordinance allowing for the new district.

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Heritage Middle School Archery Team takes third in Western Nationals

HMS Archery

After taking first place for the second year in a row at the National Archery in the Schools program State Championship tournament in March, the Heritage Middle School Archery team beat 16 other schools to take third in the organization’s Western National Tournament in Salt Lake City Friday and Saturday, April 26-27.

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Prescott woman hopes to start longstanding horseracing custom at Arizona Downs

Embracing a racing tradition

Prescott resident Gloria Schwartz said she’s hoping to bring a longstanding tradition of horse racing to Prescott, starting at the first day of the races at Arizona Downs this year.

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Mountain Artists Guild puts on 33rd annual: Prescott Fine Art & Wine Festival

Surprise mom with a Mother’s Day gift this weekend by taking her downtown for Mountain Artists Guild’s 33rd annual Prescott Fine Arts & Wine Festival.

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