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Pet Focus: Miss Kitty’s — Bentley

Bentley is a friendly, talkative 3 1/2-year-old orange tabby with a white bib and paws and lime green eyes.

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AAA Advice: Unique Arizona eateries make AAA’s ‘Best of’ list

As the largest leisure travel agency in North America, AAA has been inspecting hotels and restaurants for more than 80 years.

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Pet Focus: Circle L - Carson

Carson is about 10 years young, a medium-sized shepherd/chow mix with three legs.

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Dear Annie: Cutthroat board gamer needs attitude adjustment

I recently joined a board game group. A friend had told me to come and play. Two women in the group are very competitive; one is my friend.

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Pet Focus: Yavapai Humane Society — Gemma

Gemma is a beautiful 6-year-old girl with an endearing personality and a great smile.

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UAF, adopted pets to reunite at picnic

United Animal Friends (UAF) is hosting a reunion and barbecue picnic for all UAF adopters and their pets from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, at the ramada next to the Prescott Dog Park on Willow Creek Road.

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BMHS LINK Crew helps freshmen succeed

Quad-City Schools

The transition to high school is a major event in the life of a young person.

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CVUSD celebrates centennial

Quad-City Schools

The Chino Valley Unified School District was first established on July 1, 1918, as The Farms School District teaching grades kindergarten through eighth grade.

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Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters: Circus, opera mix for gala

Former Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson will be the Master of Ceremonies for the Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sister’s November Grand Gala Under The Big Top.

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PUSD loves its volunteers

Quad-City Schools: District’s 800 registered volunteers logged 16,000 hours during the 2016-17 school year

Prescott Unified School District is surrounded by a community that supports education; a community in which volunteers play an active role in the education of our youth.

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Dear Annie: What to do when compromising is not an option

My husband and I are at an impasse. He wants to have a fourth child; I want to stick with three.

Around the Bluhmin' Town: Oh, what a special day for a total eclipse of the sun

Protect your eyes! Grab those crazy “eclipse glasses.” Then quick, run outside and look up at the moon slipping in front of the sun for a total eclipse.

Superintendent's Report: School year off to great start

Quad-City Schools

The sound of the cicadas are one of my favorite sounds in our beautiful town as the monsoons taper off and the green of summer has taken over the hills.

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Amazing Places: Charcoal Kiln: impressive, nearby

The amazing place for this fortnight is the Charcoal Kiln.

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Education and community in Prescott, but always brothers first

The brothers Goligoski known in this region as the educational good guys

The Goligoski brothers — Mark, Stan and Greg — are three of Prescott’s favorite sons.

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Days Past: Joseph R. Walker: opening the door to civilization, part 1

Most Prescott residents know Walker Road is named after the man who in 1863 led an expedition up the Hassayampa River in search of gold — the discovery of which contributed to the founding of Prescott in May 1864.

Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri: Fake names equals up to 20 years

Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri, I’m in college and have a roommate. She’s also a great friend — or was, until now.

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Dear Annie: Dealing with money later in life

Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our mid-80s. During our life together, we’ve rarely discussed money.

Argus Hamilton: White suit means free chicken

God bless America, and how’s everybody? President Trump backed the Confederate statues Tuesday and Democrats claimed he’s lost the public trust for good.

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Column: Your pack is your lifeboat for the great outdoors

Rapid weather changes can occur in the backcountry, and your pack is your lifeboat: never discard it or the supplies within, due to weight or physical fatigue.

Church News: Week of Aug. 19, 2017

“Lift Your Voice and Sing” is the topic of board-certified music therapist, Meg Bohrman at the 11 a.m. service at Prescott Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Aug. 20.

Success from grapes chronicled; museum wine lecture is today

It’s wine time at the Museum, as Erik Berg discusses the “Growth, Death, and Rebirth” of the Arizona wine industry during a special lecture presentation at Sharlot Hall Museum.

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7891 Ramblin Ranch Rd. • Prescott Valley

Come see why Pronghorn Ranch is one of the most popular communities in the area!

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Ask the Contractor: Grasshoppers a fascinating nuisance

On my 5-mile walks this past weekend I noticed the “littles” are jumping around and believe me, it never is good to see young, tiny grasshoppers hatching and jumping around.

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Gardens home to both helpful, harmful insects

Although it’s virtually impossible to count them, insects are the most diverse group of organisms on the planet.