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Delinquent tax lien sale set for Feb. 13

The Yavapai County Treasurer’s Office is gearing up for its annual tax lien sale, set to take place Tuesday, Feb. 13.

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Chino fire kills one, injures another

Camp fire next to motor home appears to be cause of blaze

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies, along with Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority personnel, responded to reports of a fire along the 2300 block of West Road 4 ½ North Chino Valley at about 2:30 a.m. Monday.

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Shootout in Chino Valley leaves one dead

YCSO: Victim drove onto private party, fired a shot at resident

Three men became involved in a shootout in Chino Valley Saturday night that left one man dead, according to a news release from Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.

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Editorial: Federal shutdown is politics at its worst

The headline said it all: “Government shutdown begins and so does the finger-pointing.”

Sheriff lauds Governor’s plan to spend $837,000 on police training

Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher is praising Gov. Doug Ducey’s proposal to spend $837,000 in new funding for the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (AZPOST), which in turn, funds law enforcement academies across the state.

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Editorial: It’s worth looking at liability minimums, but be careful

Usually when the editorial board of The Daily Courier discusses what opinion to take on a topic, we find consensus quickly.

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Rain, some snow expected for Prescott area late Friday night, Jan. 19, through Saturday

Potentially hazardous driving conditions for higher elevations

The Southwest will experience its second significant storm system of the cold season late Friday night, Jan. 19, through Saturday evening, Jan. 20.

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Editorial: There is no privacy when doing the public’s business

There is no question that laws written decades ago have a hard time keeping up with technology.

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Burglary suspects sought in theft of tools

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information the public may have regarding the theft of tools worth several thousand dollars from a construction site off Old Senator Road.

Congress Fire gets a grant

Yavapai County’s Congress Fire Department is one of two volunteer fire departments in Arizona to receive a grant from RDO Equipment Co., to assist with the departments’ urgent needs.

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