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Dear Annie: Seductive pictures for other men

Dear Annie: I’m a 50-something woman, who’s been married for 35 years.

Bluhm: Following the cave story and how it impacted us all

We were all in that Thai cave. Praying, hoping, waiting that a miracle would happen.

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Departing Prescott school board member, veteran educator’s legacy one of championing the best for children

Erickson believes in education

Vivacious, creative and inquisitive, veteran Prescott Unified School District Governing Board member Maureen Erickson is a firm believer the recipe for all children’s success correlates with a menu of choices.

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Days Past: Arizona’s deadliest gunfight

The circumstances surrounding Arizona’s deadliest gunfight were so improbable, most people believed vengeance was the only logical explanation.

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How much student loan debt is too much?

As students’ college loan debt grows, ways to manage it become important

Like many of her classmates, Noelle Hutson has built up student loan debt to get her college education.

Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri: Stuck between boyfriends

Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri, I have a new boyfriend. We’re in high school. My old boyfriend keeps texting me with intimate conversations.

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Dear Annie: Unwelcome snooping

Dear Annie: I have a friend who I think is a snoop, though she’s otherwise a very nice person.

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Elliott: My airline canceled a leg of my flight, but Expedia won’t refund it


Why won’t Expedia refund part of Susan Long’s airline ticket? The contract is clear, but maybe her online agency is confused.

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City of Prescott, TekWay offer concrete installation training for pedestrian and curb ramps

A wet-set concrete installation training seminar for pedestrian and curb ramps will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 17.

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Dear Annie: A friend and her issues

Dear Annie: “Nicole” and I have been friends since the time she started at my school.

Hamilton: So hot in LA that residents open doors just to feel ICE raids

God Bless America, and how’s everybody? The Weather Channel reported record high temperatures in Los Angeles Friday as Santa Ana winds baked the city and all Southern California.

Church News: Week of July 14, 2018

Bound for Glory, an old-fashioned gospel quartet, will be featured at the 8 and 10:30 a.m. traditional worship services at American Lutheran Church, 1085 Scott Drive, on Sunday, July 15.

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Featured Home: 6600 W. Rambling Rd. • Prescott • $599,000

Spectacular Panoramic Views From Th is Custom Built Home On 20 Acres In Crossroads Ranch!

Backs to state land! 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,732sf single level home with an open floor plan.

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Dear Annie: Alcoholic family member causes distress

Dear Annie: My mother-in-law is a very good person deep down. She is a joy to be around — when she’s sober.

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Right At Home: Steam features are hot in home appliances

What’s hot in home appliances these days? That’s a steamy story, say industry watchers.

Ask the Contractor: Mini-split heating, a/c growing in popularity

Not quite taking the market by storm, however, widespread popularity is rapidly gaining.

Social Security Column: ACCESS Social Security’s Educator Tool Kit

With so many students gone for the summer, teachers may now have time to prepare a different kind of lesson plan.

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Are your trees healthy or dying?

How do you identify a stressed tree?

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The Beginner’s Guide to container gardening

Before you plant a container garden, there are only four things you need: a container, soil, plants, and water.

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Garden your way to better health

Break out the tools and garden your way to a healthier mind, body and spirit.

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Ladybug, where have you gone? Aphid fighters tend to roam

To some casual observers, ladybugs (or lady beetles) are colorful symbols of good luck — harbingers of fortune and fame.

Senior Menus for the week of Monday, July 16-20

Senior Menus for the week of Monday, July 16 to Friday, July 20

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Crisis Center marks one year of service

The Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) in Prescott Valley has now served more than 2,800 people since opening June 21, 2017.

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Moore: My idea for a bird watching reality TV show

Last week we made our annual trip to Provo, Utah, for the Fourth of July to visit children, grandchildren, and extended family.

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Dear Annie: Ex moves to same town

Dear Annie: “Lindsay” and I dated for 2 1/2 years. Our breakup wasn’t the worst, but it wasn’t a walk in the park, either.