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Big Bites for our Littles

Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters announces chef series: Big Bites for our Littles.

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Car seat safety check event Saturday, Aug. 11

The Family Resource Center will be providing and installing infant, convertible, and booster car seats.

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National Farmers Market Week Aug. 5-11

My name is Kelley Villa, and I am the Director of Community Outreach at Prescott Farmers Market.

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Launch Pad activities: extraordinary and wild

Launch Pad Activities at 302 Grove Avenue, Prescott:

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Birding on the way to Sierra Vista

Birding

One of the perks of owning a backyard wild bird and nature gift store is the opportunity to attending birding and nature festivals as a vendor. I consider these opportunities as a “working vacation.”

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Dear Annie: Waiting for confirmation on sister suspicions

Dear Annie: My granddaughter, “Melanie,” thinks that she has a half-sister 24 years younger.

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What are my options for missing or damaged teeth?

Teeth play an important role in our daily lives.

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‘Unusual Ways to Keep Your Body & Brain Thriving’

“Unusual Ways to Keep Your Body & Brain Thriving” is a free Senior Connection Speakers Bureau presentation to occur Thursday, Aug. 16 from 12-1 p.m. at Prescott Valley Christian Church, 7655 E Long Look Drive, Prescott Valley.

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Corridor calendar: Cordes Lakes Days planning underway

Cordes Lakes Days is in the planning phase with the parade starting at the Community Center and going to ’50s Diner, where the event will be held.

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New Virtual Reality business operates in Chino Valley

Business has been good since opening, owner says

Since May, Sean Souva has been operating his virtual reality business, Virtual Odysseys, while based out of Chino Valley and serving the Prescott, Flagstaff and Phoenix areas.

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Hamilton: Stormy Daniels planning to embark on working tour

President Trump is taking a few weeks off on a golf vacation at his Trump National Golf Club which he owns in Bedminster, New Jersey. A few years ago, Trump revealed future plans to build a cemetery for himself alongside the 18th fairway there. That’s one sure way to finish six-under.

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Dear Annie: Dispirited Da Vinci

Dear Annie: I recently turned 27 and feel as if life is just passing me by. I try so many different things to find career opportunities anwd to meet other people but nothing leads to anything, and I am always stuck back at square one.

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Streeter: Looking forward to the 2018-19 school year in HUSD

While these past few weeks have allowed us to welcome back our staff, celebrate our past successes, and set the tone for the future, today we welcomed 5,800 richly diverse and talented students through our doors.

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Powers: Exercise and training

The response to my first column last week was very rewarding.

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Pet Focus: Greyson - Catty Shack

Greyson, leader of the pack. What an adorable boy with his medium length coat.

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Pet Focus: Diego - Miss Kitty’s Cat House

Meet Diego who is a gorgeous black, white and gray/brown Tuxedo-Turkish Van mix.

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Pet Focus: Simon - UAF

Simon is a talker and if you ask him, he will tell you how affectionate he is.

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Dear Annie: Gift gaffe

Dear Annie: On a yearly basis, my employer recognizes employees who have dedicated 10, 15, 20, etc. years of service as well as individuals who are retiring.

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Jackson: Program helps farmers in undeveloped nations

In the business sales world of today, pursuit of the almighty dollar is the over-riding consideration aimed at maximum profit, which is fine.

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Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Gender of fruit makes a big difference

Have you given much thought as to the sex of papayas lately?

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Dear Annie: Missing face time

Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our 70s, and he is experiencing depression from lack of contact with his children.

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Days Past: How Arizona Got on the Map – Part 8

James Ohio Pattie – Trapper and Adventurer - Part 1

If you have been following our series on “How Arizona Got on the Map,” you’ll recall that by 1821, the land that would come to be known as Arizona was part of Mexico.

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Amazing Places: Exploring Slate Lakes Cave

This article, and my next one on Red Mountain, are not close to Prescott.

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Dear Annie: Taking time to find perspective

Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our early 60s, married for 40-plus years.

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Granite Peak UU congregation’s interim pastor’s life in transition key to her welcoming ministry

Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist interim pastor Terry Cummings is no stranger to transition.

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