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.

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Feature Home: Check out the views at these beautiful sites around Prescott!

Having a hard time deciding whether to Build a New Home -or- Buy a Resale Home?

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Renaissance Festival ticket winners

The Festival, on Wednesday, Feb. 7, featured a Summer Reading Revival, and the Cordes Lakes Library had entries into the program.

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Terrariums are back in style

At a crowded, downtown bar one recent Saturday night, the lights were dim, hip-hop music played, and most everyone had a drink in hand.

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Dear Annie: Taking time to appreciate veterans

Dear Annie: In the past year, the Department of Veterans Affairs has tackled many issues for our veterans, and we are proud to participate in the largest transformation of VA in recent history.

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Artistry on the floors, at home

There was a time when designers and decorators considered floor coverings to be background elements in a room.

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Ask the Contractor: Don’t bring bedbugs home with used furniture

We did what they say is a “big no no.”

Corridor Calendar: Week of Feb. 9

Special Events Produce will be Feb. 21 at the Community Center. Doors open at 7 a.m. and close at 9.

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Decorating can help to relieve winter doldrums

Holiday decorating season is long over, yet spring is still far off.

Social Security: Reaching retirement age? Here’s what you need to know

Every birthday deserves celebration, but some seem a little more special than others.

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Transforming bathrooms with technology

Technology is infiltrating every room of the house. Many new home buyers are millennials, and this tech-savvy demographic covets technological innovations.

Senior Menus for the week of Monday, Feb. 12 to Friday, Feb. 16

Senior Menus for the week of Monday, Feb. 12 to Friday, Feb. 16

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Time for a spot of hot tea?

Try some with teaware that’s steeped in style

Tea lovers are inclined to brew a cuppa any time of year, but especially now, in the dead of winter.

Plants can thrive in Wardian cases

In 1827, a London physician with an interest in caterpillar metamorphosis built small glass boxes to contain the cocoons and emerging butterflies.

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Birding: A cold and ‘snowy’ day in Texas

I usually divide our customers into two categories — those whom I affectionately refer to as ‘casual backyard birders,’ and those whom I call ‘field birders.’

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Dear Annie: Please cut the chitchat

Dear Annie: I recently went to see my doctor about some troublesome symptoms I had been experiencing, and the entire time he was examining me, he kept up a running monologue about the holidays and politics and other assorted topics.

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The Launch Pad holds its annual fundraising event

The Launch Pad, a teen center in Prescott, is holding its fifth-annual fundraising event — Share the Love — Saturday at the Elks Theatre.