Calendar of Events: Nov. 15 - 21

Wednesday, Nov. 15 Common Sense Parenting, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. 928-443-1991.

Sentencings: April 20 - 24

4/20/17 Jalisa Jayne Schaible, 11/6/1994. Charges: Attempted hindering prosecution in the first degree and impersonation.

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Body recovered at Grand Canyon may be missing Utah man

Authorities say they've recovered a body within the Grand Canyon National Park and it's believed to be that of a Utah man missing since late last month.

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’Tis the season for burning leaves, legally

But don’t burn without a permit, fire department says

This time of year, when the leaves pile up, and the trash bags full of them become too much to deal with, many people, especially those who don’t live in a congested area, choose to burn them.

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Oops, county considers buying three lots where developer accidentally put a road

Board meets in Cottonwood Wednesday

Meeting in Cottonwood Wednesday, Nov. 15, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors is looking to approve funding for study and a recreation plan, and to recruit and appoint a new Flood Control District director.

ERAU ROTC takes top prize in Prescott Veterans Day Parade

With 86 entries in the Prescott Veterans Day Parade, awards were given to the best entry in seven categories.

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Prescott leaders enthusiastic about Gov. Ducey’s economic prosperity message

In back-to-back meetings with a group of Republicans and then a smaller group of about 15 business and civic leaders in downtown Prescott on Monday, Gov. Doug Ducey was clearly stumping for re-election.

Prescribed burn planned in Prescott Basin this week

Fire managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to resume prescribed burning in the Prescott Basin Tuesday, Nov. 14, through Saturday, Nov. 18, weather permitting.

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Fire destroys Chino Valley mobile home

A fire burned through Chino Valley mobile home on Saturday, Nov. 11, destroying it, said Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Division Chief Rick Chase.

Arizona in Brief: Lake Havasu City to mull borrowing to pay down pension debt

Officials in Lake Havasu City are considering borrowing up to $13 million to help pay for pensions for public safety employees.

Calendar of Events: Nov. 14-25

Don't miss these Prescott-area events.

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Teen hit by car in Prescott Valley, injured

A 13-year-old girl was struck by a car on Robert Road Saturday, Nov. 11, and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, Prescott Valley Police Sgt. Jason Kaufman said.

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New sex assault allegation hits Moore; withdrawal calls grow

Yet another woman abruptly emerged Monday to accuse Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her as a teenager in the late 1970s, this time in a locked car, further roiling the Alabama Republican's candidacy for an open Senate seat. Leaders of Moore's own party intensified their efforts to push him out of the race.

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3 patients air-lifted following 3-car head-on crash on SR 260, driver arrested

Sunday, Nov 12, at 5:59 p.m., Copper Canyon Fire & Medical Authority emergency crews, assisted by Verde Valley Fire District, were called to the scene of a head-on collision on State Route 260 and Horseshoe Bend Drive.

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Butcher knife attempted assault suspect from Arizona arrested in Utah

A suspect wanted by Mohave County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly using a butcher knife in an attempted assault on a woman, her children and another man, was arrested Friday in Utah.

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New year, new start for Station 7

The Plumbing Store owners aim to fully move in by the end of 2017

Kim and Bill Gagnon had been looking for a building to purchase for their business, The Plumbing Store, for about seven years.

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Prescott Council to look at Deep Well's engineering, traffic

Manager: Current members want to complete review before leaving office

Engineering and traffic for the proposed Deep Well Ranch will top the agenda for the Prescott City Council this week.

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State reaches agreement to end rash of disability lawsuits

Lawyer says decision will hurt disabled Arizonans

A deal between the Attorney General’s Office and a group advocating for the disabled will keep them from filing new lawsuits against Arizona businesses — at least in state court.

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Open house marks 1st anniversary of CCJ shelter, justice center

For Major Beesley, the Coalition for Compassion and Justice’s Stagger Straight homeless shelter and community center has given him a second chance.

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Annual quilters’ boutique set for Nov. 17-18 at Stepping Stones

The Lonesome Valley Quilt Guild’s Holiday Boutique takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18, at Stepping Stones, 6719 E. 2nd St. in Prescott Valley.

‘Be a Santa to a Senior’ program kicks off Nov. 16

Holiday shoppers are invited to support Home Instead Senior Care’s “Be a Santa to a Senior” by visiting a participating location where Be a Santa to a Senior trees will be displayed from Nov. 16 to Dec. 5.

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Interfaith council to host ‘Celebration of Thanks’ Nov. 16

The Quad City Interfaith Council (QCIC) is hosting its fourth annual community interfaith “Celebration of Thanks” 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 150 Fleury St. in Prescott.

Arizona in Brief: Animal rights activists protest circus stop in Havasu

The circus has come to Lake Havasu City — and animals rights activists showed up to picket the event.

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Amazon or Walmart? Some retailers are choosing alliances

Store chains feeling the upheaval in retail are making strategic alliances — and that can mean picking sides.

Court Sentencings, April 18 through 19:

Yavapai County Court Sentencings April 18 through 19: