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Prescott receives dual exposure at World Travel Market in London

The City of Prescott Tourism Office was well-represented at the recent World Travel Market which took place Nov. 6-8 in London, according to a news release. For the first time, Prescott had two delegates at this major travel trade show.

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Police arrest three suspects in $3,000 Walmart fraud

Prescott Valley Police arrested three suspects on Nov. 16 in a fraud case, which authorities said took place at both Prescott Walmart stores. The suspects were apprehended as they were attempting to commit the same crime at the Prescott Valley Walmart.

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Sex trafficking cases to be consolidated

Both men with local ties accused of running prostitution ring

Charles Ray’shon Buffington and William Lee Aundre Wilson appeared in Yavapai Superior Court on Monday, both in custody.

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Vote on Deep Well Ranch project could be next week

Majority of City Council wants to move forward, mayor says

Despite an effort by Mayor Harry Oberg to allow more time for review of the Deep Well Ranch project, it appears that a majority of Prescott City Council members want to proceed with a possible vote on Nov. 28.

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6 tips for deer vs. car encounters

Dawn and dusk are prime time for deer to be active

This time of year, deer are frequently found on the road, especially as you drive farther out of populated areas, and they’re one of the most common animals to be struck by drivers, most often just as the sun is rising or setting.

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$500 reward offered for return of police chief’s missing gun

The Town of Prescott Valley offered a $500 reward on Tuesday for the return of a handgun that was misplaced by Prescott Valley Chief of Police Bryan Jarrell on Nov. 9 at the Prescott Valley Public Library.

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Fee Free Day at forest recreation areas Friday, Nov. 24

Prescott National Forest wants to encourage everyone to get outside, recreate and enjoy the great outdoors on Friday November 24th by waiving the day-use fees across the forest.

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Harry Potter time at Cordes Lakes Library

Confused about Harry Potter and the Gryffindors and Hufflepuffs?

MatForce survey looks at accidental overdose deaths

Many die from mixing drugs, medical examiner says

A 15-month examination of nine accidental drug overdose deaths in Yavapai County, backed by MatForce, concluded that “it’s not an opioid crisis, but a drug crisis,” according to Executive Director Merilee Fowler.

Arizona in Brief: ACLU suing Phoenix police for records tied to Trump protest

ACLU suing Phoenix police for records tied to Trump protest The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Phoenix Police Department for records

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Career Online High School offers adults path to graduation

There is a new program called Career Online High School that is available by scholarship through the Yavapai County Free Library District.

Corridor Calendar: Week of Nov. 22, 2017

Harry Potter Activities at the Cordes Lakes Library will be held on Fridays in November and into December.

Quad Cities in Brief: Prescott closes for holiday

Prescott closes for holiday The City of Prescott will be closed on Thursday Nov. 23 and Friday, Nov. 24 in observance of Thanksgiving.

Calendar of Events: Nov. 22 - Dec. 1

Wednesday, Nov. 22 Common Sense Parenting, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. 928-443-1991.

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Yavapai courtroom overflows with adoptions

More than 20 children adopted on National Adoption Day

Though there aren’t usually a lot of smiling faces in her courtroom, Saturday was different, remarked Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Anna Young as she walked in.

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Professionals share Thanksgiving meal secrets

Thanksgiving is a time to count our blessings, not meltdown over lumpy gravy

On the first Thanksgiving, the Pilgrims and Native Americans shared a first bounty of hunted meats and harvested fruits and vegetables in a style that was likely far less fuss and fanfare than what occurs in many American homes today.

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Gun sought after PVPD chief leaves service weapon in library restroom

Prescott Valley Police Chief Bryan Jarrell lost his service weapon, apparently leaving it in a public restroom over the Veterans Day holiday weekend, before he realized it was missing and reported it.

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Scout Charlie Wells helps local birds find their way

Fourteen-year-old Arizona native, Charlie Wells is changing the lives of four birds in Prescott.

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PHOTO: Playing golf for a good cause

Sherrie Hanna presented checks at the Prescott City Council Meeting on Nov. 14 to the Prescott Fire Fighter Charities and the Prescott Police Explorers.

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Yavapai County has a new Flood Control District director

On Wednesday, Nov. 15, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors appointed Lynn Whitman as the new Yavapai County Flood Control District Director, effective Feb. 1.

Attorney: DES, state did nothing to defame former director, security chief

Saying they have not been harmed, attorneys for the state are asking a judge to throw out the libel suit filed by the former director of the Department of Economic Security and the agency’s security chief.

Justice Dept. to sue to stop AT&T’s $85B Time Warner deal

The Justice Department intends to sue AT&T to stop its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, according to a person familiar with the matter who was not authorized to discuss the matter ahead of the suit’s official filing.

Quad Cities in Brief: City offers free cooking oil drop-off

City offers free cooking oil drop-off

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Arizona in Brief: Arizona wildlife officials seek help in elk poaching case

Arizona wildlife officials say they’re looking for poachers who killed a female elk on the Mogollon Rim.

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Drone carrying drugs, cellphones crashes at Arizona prison

Officials say it’s the first known drone encounter at a state jail

Guards at the state prison in Buckeye recovered a crashed drone that was trying to deliver marijuana and cellphones to inmates.