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Prescott Valley Police warn drivers to lock vehicles

PRESCOTT VALLEY – Police said that a rash of vehicle burglaries here took place when “nearly all” of the vehicles hit were parked overnight with the doors unlocked.

Arizona Secretary of State to certify election results

Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan will be standing in for Gov. Doug Ducey to officially certify the Nov. 8 general election results.

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Woman arrested after threatening coworkers, store with a rifle, a knife, and a torch

A Prescott woman is facing attempted homicide and arson charges after she returned to work after a dispute armed with a knife, a rifle and a torch.

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Prescott Valley Festival of Lights ushers in Christmas season

In reflecting on the season, Prescott Valley Mayor Harvey Skoog thought of America’s forefathers at the 2016 Festival of Lights.

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Outgoing mayor leaves legacy of change in Chino Valley

Chino Valley Mayor Chris Marley plans to gavel in his final Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 13, where he will hand over the job he won in a very close election in 2011.

Prescott Police raise money for Agape House

During the month of November, members of the Prescott Police Department joined with other area law enforcement agencies to raise money for worthy causes by not shaving.

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CATCH 22: DAY 5 Brenton White

$500 REWARD

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Boys & Girls Club gets grant and donation to help expand facilities, programs

Local restaurant manager Cassandra Johnson was delighted Thursday morning to hear news that the flourishing Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona will soon be expanding its Prescott Valley facility to eventually accommodate another 100 or more children.

Guns and Hoses tourney raises $6,400

Two local organizations recently benefited from the proceeds of the third annual John Hanna Sr. Memorial Guns and Hoses Golf Tournament, a fundraiser that took place at Antelope Hills Golf Course in September.

Prescott moves forward with interviews for community outreach position

A new community outreach employee could be on board in the Prescott City Manager’s department by early 2017.

Medical marijuana users ask judge to reduce fee

Claiming the state is hoarding funds, two medical marijuana users want a judge to reduce the annual charge for the legally required registration cards.

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Willow Lake restoration project deals with hiker safety, fire danger and more

With its huge, gnarly cottonwood trees, the Rookery area along the western shore of Willow Lake is a magnet for users of the recreational trail that loops the lake.

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Student of the Month: Nolan Peter

Granite Mountain’s Ms. Gifford proudly nominates Nolan Peters as student of the month.

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Prescott Creeks seasonal greeting cards now available

Prescott Creeks is once again offering Seasonal Greeting Cards showcasing the beauty of the local landscape.

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Federal government blocks Dakota Access oil pipeline route

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Sunday that it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota, handing a victory to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and its supporters, who argued the project would threaten the tribe's water source and cultural sites.

Death toll in warehouse fire rises to 24, with more expected

Officials say the death toll has risen to 24 in a fire that ripped through a late-night dance party in a converted warehouse in Oakland, California, and they expect that number to climb as the search continues.

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Catch 22 - Day 4: $500 reward

The Cottonwood police are asking for help in locating Summer Sizelove.

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Courthouse Lighting goes off without a hitch (PHOTO GALLERY)

With the press of a button on a device the size of garage door opener, the Yavapai County Courthouse and 110 trees surrounding it burst into light Saturday night, Dec. 3, at about 6:15 p.m.

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Building or remodeling in Prescott? Fees and rules need close scrutiny

Anyone looking to construct a new building or remodel an existing one in Prescott typically must answer to city officials with time and money.

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Parade was everything we wanted for Christmas (VIDEO, PHOTO GALLERY)

Participants of the 34th annual Prescott Christmas Parade did not hold back this year.

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Giving the gift of financial well-being at the holidays

Instead of the latest toy or gadget, some people are trying to give their loved ones more financial security this holiday season.

City of Prescott receives finance award

The City of Prescott recently received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its fiscal-year 2017 annual budget from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA).

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NEED2KNOW: Snap Fitness; Turney Healthcare; Zounds Hearing

Snap Fitness centralizing Prescott location, opening Chino Valley location

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‘It’s one of those things you can love to death’ County leaders eye courthouse square use

County supervisors are looking to renew the contract with Prescott Downtown Partnership (PDP) at the Dec. 7 regular meeting in Prescott.

Holiday Calendar: Dec. 6-18

Ongoing World’s Largest Gingerbread Village, Prescott Resort & Conference Center, 1500 Highway 69.

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