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Doce line of fire — five years later

On the morning of June 18, 2013, the Doce Fire ignited west of Prescott, just south of Iron Springs Road. The fast-moving blaze went on to burn for days, ultimately destroying more than 6,700 acres – largely in the Granite Mountain Wilderness Area. Especially hard hit were the recreational trails that run through the wilderness area. Workers got started soon afterward to restore the charred pathways, and Prescott National Forest Trails and Wilderness Manager Jason Williams recorded the progress. Today, even though the trails have been restored, signs of the fire remain throughout the wilderness area.

Police search for missing $170,000

Police search a Kingman home for a suitcase containing $170,000.

Veterans Mark 75th Anniversary Of D Day

Ceremonies were held this week at memorial sites along the cliffs and sandy expanse where Allied forces landed in Nazi-occupied France on June 6, 1944.

2018 Party In The Pines

3000 people attend the Prescott Area Young Professionals 8th annual Party in the Pines at Prescott Mile High Middle School in Prescott Saturday, June 2, 2018. The outdoor party had 56 different craft beer vendors, nine choice of food, five bands and even a chance to shoot hoops with the NAZ Suns. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

Schools Out For Summer Softball

A collection of photos from the Schools Out for Summer NSA fastpitch girls softball tournament at Pioneer Park in Prescott Saturday, June 2, 2018. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

Iron Springs Road Plane Crash

Plane crash on Iron Springs Road in Prescott on Tuesday night, May 29, 2018. (Courier staff photos)

Britain Royal Wedding

A collection of photos from the wedding ceremony of Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday, May 19, 2018.

Mother-Daughter Look-alike photo contest 2018

See all Daily Courier's 2018 Mother-Daughter Look-alike photo contest entries

Viewpoint Fire: The Morning After

On the morning of May 12, 2018, residents woke up to survey damage to homes and property caused by the Viewpoint Fire in the Poquito Valley area of Prescott Valley, Arizona. (Richard Haddad/WNI)

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