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Chino Valley man charged with sex crimes

A Chino Valley man was arrested on Thursday, July 13, and charged with sex trafficking of a minor, sex trafficking, sexual abuse, sexual conduct with a minor and sexual exploitation of a minor, said Lt. Vince Schaan, Chino Valley Police spokesman.

YCSO deputies continue search for suspects in theft of AC units

Investigators for the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department continue to search for multiple suspects in the July 4 theft of eight air conditioning condenser units from a business in Cottonwood.

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Man miraculously escapes death when massive pipe crushes his van

A Florida man miraculously survived after a massive industrial pipe fell off a truck and crushed his van Saturday morning.

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Brooklyn, Bull, Cedar, Hyde fires update

Very little has changed regarding the Brooklyn, Bull and Cedar fires since the Courier reported on them Thursday morning, July 13.

Local briefs, July 16, 2017

A meet-and-greet for Prescott Mayoral Candidate Mary Beth Hrin is scheduled to take place next week at the Prescott Honda Dealership, 3291 Willow Creek Road, Prescott.

Hyde Fire small, being managed, not extinguished near Camp Wood

The Hyde Fire, at 45 acres, is burning about 30 miles northwest of Prescott and is being managed, rather than being put out, said Debbie Maneely, spokeswoman for the U.S. Forest Service.

Puro Fire in mop-up stage

Puro Fire in mop-up stage

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Brooklyn, Cedar fires contained; Bull Fire 95% contained

Monsoon patterns have begun over the Brooklyn, Cedar and Bull fires, helping the firefighting effort with moisture. This view is from the Horseshoe Ranch. (National Forest/Courtesy)

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Editorial: If the cause is right, then be righteous

There is a fine line to protesting, and it’s not always easy to navigate it.

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Man dies from bee attack in Yavapai County

A man was killed by bee stings Tuesday, July 11, when he apparently disturbed a beehive and was attacked while operating a backhoe, said Dwight D’Evelyn, Sheriff’s spokesman.

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