Black Canyon City community cleanup coming up

District 2 Supervisor Tom Thurman and the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, working with the Public Works Department, have announced a community cleanup in Black Canyon City.

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Birding: Change of pace, change of venue

Last week I wrote about my experience seeing a snowy owl in Odessa, Texas.

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Dear Annie: Dealing with the leftovers thief

Dear Annie: I have had this issue with a certain family member, and I am hoping you can advise me on what to do.

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Aquatherapy: More than a dip in a pool

When you think about getting into a pool, you might think of floating, relaxing, or splashing around having fun.

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Dear Annie: Husband addicted to game

Dear Annie: Ever since “Pokemon Go” came out, my husband has been spending a lot of time playing it.

To Your Good Health: A primer on the 2017 flu season vaccines

DR. ROACH WRITES: It is nearly flu season, and I want to discuss the options for vaccines available this year in North America.

Health in Brief: Yavapai Regional's annual Celebrate Life Health Expo is March 3

The event will be Saturday March 3, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the Prescott Valley Event Center, 3201 N. Main Street, Prescott Valley.

Medicare can protect your vision

Are you at risk for glaucoma? Glaucoma is an eye disease that causes loss of vision — usually side vision — by damaging the optic nerve, which sends information from your eyes to your brain.

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Oregon moves to enshrine right to health care in state Constitution

Oregon state representatives debate on the state House floor at the Capitol in Salem, Ore., Tuesday, Feb. 13.

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Dear Annie: My mom is a food hoarder

My mother is 79 years old, born during the Depression, and I know that when she was younger, she didn’t get enough to eat. The problem now is that she still hoards food.

To your good health: Blood tests don’t support parathyroid disease diagnosis

DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m a 78-year-old woman with many symptoms of parathyroid disease (chronic fatigue, feel “ill,” need naps, less concentration, memory “hesitation,” blurred vision), yet the blood tests are not at the confirmation level.

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Pet focus: Starlight

Starlight is a happy, 7-year-old mutt who loves people.

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Pet focus: Nibbles

Nibbles is a pretty little cat — 4-years-old, small and jet black with yellow eyes and short hair.

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Pet focus: Jupiter

This gray-and-white Maine Coon cat is estimated to have been born in 2012.

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An enduring passion for Prescott's only drive-in theater

In the Senator Drive-In theater’s heyday, it was on the outskirts of town and suitable for pajama-clad children in their parents’ station wagon, as well as all things teen — first cars, first jobs, first dates and first kisses.

Prescott in brief: Forest service announces planned pile burning this week

Forest service announces planned pile burning this week.

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Days Past: The shooting of A.G. Dunn, part 1

Arizona was a violent place in 1870.

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15 locals and their favorite romantic movies

Romantic choices of Prescott-area leaders range from gritty, war-torn adventure to a cartoon love story

With Valentine’s Day four days away, I asked 15 area professionals and civic leaders — men and women — to name their favorite romantic movies and characters.

Today in Arizona History: Feb. 11 - 17

Sunday, Feb. 11 On this day in 1821, J. Ross Browne, the artist and author who wrote about his extensive travels in Arizona, was born in Dublin, Ireland.

Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri: Sexual harassment, cheer and dance

Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri, I’m so tired of the cheer and dance snobs.

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Dear Annie: Not over him yet

Dear Annie: About a year and a half ago, the absolute love of my life and I broke up.

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Dear Annie: No news is good news

Dear Annie: I’m suffering from what I call vigilance fatigue.

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Church News: Week of Feb. 10

Church News: Week of Feb. 10, 2018

Argus Hamilton: Trump looking to be recognized during March Madness

God Bless America, and how’s everybody? President Trump proclaimed Black History Month Thursday, recognizing the contributions of African-Americans to our nation.