|PV Chamber: Linda Killough Health Insurance Adviser|
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce did a ribbon cutting for new member Linda Killough Health Insurance Adviser. Cutting the ribbon is Linda Killough, along with Prescott Valley Mayor, Harvey Skoog, Chamber President/CEO, Marnie Uhl, Membership Services, Zack Hurt, and Chamber Ambassadors. For more information on the services offered by Linda Killough Health Insurance Advisor, you can contact her at (801)510-4867|
Sunday, August 2, 2015
|4-H project turns into accidental soap business|
A woman with spikey, multi-hued hair and a bubbling personality is on the loose and selling knock-out homemade soaps and lotions at a location near you!|
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
|The Hairbenders: They cut, they color, they beautify|
The team of licensed hair stylists at Hairbenders Salon-a family owned beauty salon in Prescott Valley-is diverse and focused.|
Monday, July 6, 2015
|Big O Tires gets 'Zack Attacked'|
Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce Membership Services Director, Zack Hurt recently "Zack Attacked" Big O Tires. There for the surprise visit was (left to right) John Watson, Sales/Service, Nicole W., Office Manager, and James Molden, Service Manager. Big O Tires is located at 7690 East Hwy. 69 in Prescott Valley and can be contacted by calling (928) 772-1176. For more information on the services Big O Tires offers you can visit their website at BIGOTIRES.com|
Sunday, June 28, 2015
|The National Association of Residential Property Management receives recognition|
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce was pleased to award The National Association of Residential Property Management with their membership plaque celebrating their first year of chamber membership. Accepting the plaque was president of the Central AZ Chapter of NARPM, Gina Kowsz, and former president, Diane Tenison. For more information on The National Association of Residential Property Management you can visit their website at centralaz.narpm.org or you can call (928)445-8750.|
Sunday, June 28, 2015
|Pizza served in Dewey from Jackie Boyz Little Italy|
There's nothing quite like the distinct taste of pizza and other Italian dishes and those finding themselves in Dewey-Humboldt with a craving for Italian food can have that desire satiated with a trip to Jackie Boyz Little Italy. Having been in business for three and a half years, the restaurant also delivers.|
Sunday, June 14, 2015
|Prescott Valley woman earns service designation|
Allstate agency owner Robin Binkley has been designated an Allstate Premier Agency for 2015.|
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
|Sally Bs Café celebrates eight years|
One of Prescott Valley's most endearing eateries will celebrate eight years in business next month.|
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
The word "green" assumes more than one meaning for Matt Hyde and Sarah Wertz of Run Rabbit Farm in Paulden.|
Hyde and Wertz, both former classmates at Prescott College, are "green" at farming by themselves, and when it comes to selling at farmers markets. They only grow vegetables, which are green (and other colors).
They marked their debut at the Prescott Farmers Market...
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
|Husband's job loss was catalyst for Katie Dean's cookie venture|
The awed response from friends biting into her chocolate chip sandwich cookies for the first time elicited the name for Katie Dean's creations - OhKatie!Cookies.|
Dean started her cottage industry of selling...
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
|Carl's Jr. coming to Crossroads|
A national chain is coming to town.|
Carl's Jr. is going in at the Prescott Valley Crossroads shopping center.
Monday, April 12, 2010
|Chopper scene revs up with vintage motorcycle shop|
Q & A with Frenchy and Susan Fanchier, owners of Crescent Moon Cycles at 7391 E. First St. in Prescott Valley. The shop is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.|
Friday, April 9, 2010
|Royal 'T' turns old Y-Not into game space for older 'kids'|
One of Prescott Valley's landmarks sports a new look, a new name and a new enterprise. The Royal "T" Sports Hall now occupies the former Y-Not Lounge next to the PV Motel.|
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
|Businesses need to prepare for life's unexpected twists|
Jody Pariseau used to say that her husband Norm never got sick.|
Those days are unfortunately past.
Today, Norm sits at home, trying to regain his health as his body battles cancer while Jody and their son, Chris, step up to take bigger roles in Norm's Lock & Safe business.
"We've worked side by side for 20 years," she said.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
|How suite it is: Comfort Suites earns award in first year|
Comfort Suites opened in Prescott Valley just before Christmas in 2008. Already it ranks ninth out of 529 franchises by the guest satisfaction index, qualifying it for a "Platinum" rating from Choice Hotels. |
The index, from guest surveys, takes into account such as a patron's likelihood of returning, room cleanliness, and friendliness of staff.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010