August 2014

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Welcome to the Lonesome Valley Newspaper online!..

The Lonesome Valley Newspaper is mailed monthly to residents north of 89A, between The Viewpoint and Mingus Mountain Estate. It is also mailed to Granville, StoneRidge. Subdivisions, in Prescott Valley, AZ. It is dropped off at various real estate offices here in Prescott Valley and Prescott, as well as the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, various business locations near Viewpoint Drive and 89A and other locations in Prescott Valley including Albertson’s and Fry’s Grocery Stores.

Complete list of Prescott Valley Communities/Subdivisions included in the Lonesome Valley Newspaper: The Viewpoint, Poquito Valley, Pronghorn Ranch, Antelope Meadows, Coyote Springs, Mingus Meadows, Coyote Crest, Prescott Ridge, Mingus, Granville, and StoneRidge. (Click on subdivision’s name to go directly to information about this subdivision/ community).

A little background information about the Lonesome Valley Newspaper
: The printed version (89A edition) of this newspaper started in June, 2001 with 20 pages (size 8.5 x 11, in black and white) and a circulation of about 900 and grew to about 3,100. Then in October, 2004 a separate edition was started for Granville and StoneRidge areas, circulation was about 1200 for these two areas alone. For June, 2005, it grew to 24 pages, (size 11 x 12.5, full color on certain pages) and a circulation of 5,000, the two editions were combined into one and it now contents more local news happen in and around Prescott Valley. Since January, 2006 it has grown to 8000+. Various information contained in the monthly newspaper is available here on the web. Items such as things happening in the communities, current press releases, consumer tips and events and happenings around Prescott Valley and the Quad-city area.

If you have any questions, comments or would like to contact the Lonesome Valley Newspaper publisher regarding advertising options, submitting an article, a press release, something for sale, something lost or stolen or post an upcoming event, garage sale in your community/subdivision or Tri-city area, or would like to have your church or organization listed (just to name a few topics), please send an email to: lvn@cableone.net or call (928) 713-1882.

 

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Why Advertise in the Lonesome Valley Newspaper?

-To get results from your advertising dollars

-It’s affordable, current printed circulation of 8000, plus if you go on the web, the exposure is unlimited / unmeasureable)

-You reach new homeowners as well as established homeowners and new people thinking about moving here and they save the newsletters for reference purposes

-Majority of the printed version is mailed directly to residents and advertisers, not just dropped off someplace where someone might pick it up

-Lonesome Valley Newspaper is a well recognized source of reliable community information and news, as well as events and happenings, churches and organizations, important phone numbers and websites, consumer tips, health issues, movie review, real estate values and press releases, (just to name a few topics) related to Prescott Valley and the Tri-city area.

-Lay out of ads are easily read and don’t get lost in articles

-Some realtors are using the website as a one stop informative source for new people living out of our area and thinking about moving here to view various information about the Tri-city area.

 

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