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JCPenney won’t close Prescott store

See list of the 138 JCPenney stores that are closing

JCPenney says it will be closing up to 138 stores over the next several months, but the Prescott location at the Gateway Mall will remain open.

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Viral 'big chicken video' is real

A video of an unusually large chicken went viral on social media over the weekend leading many to question whether it was real or fake.

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Police looking for missing 21-year-old woman

Prescott Valley and Phoenix Police are searching for Taylorlyn Nelson, 21, reported missing from her home near 27th Avenue and Deer Valley in Phoenix.

Editorial: Governor is right on taxes, education

Gov. Doug Ducey has built his political career on being an anti-tax crusader, so when he begins advocating for a tax, there must be a good reason behind it.

Human remains found near Bagdad

A rancher found a human skull and other bones near Highway 93 outside Bagdad on March 1, Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.

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March Madness: 2017 Courier Challenge

Welcome to our 2017 Courier Challenge!

Editorial: Journalists sometimes don’t report on everything

The art of journalism, when you get down to it, is knowing what to include, and what to exclude.

Public feedback sought at open house for Prescott Municipal Airport master plan

Future development at the Prescott Municipal Airport will be the discussion topic at an open house meeting that the City of Prescott is conducting from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 16.

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Editorial: Protect businesses that protect our gun rights

Each year we see a variety of bills involving guns move through the Legislature, and 2017 is no different; in fact, one this year (SB 1159) shoots at the heart of liability.

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Arson blamed for Mayer fire

Home destroyed at Creekside Lodge

A structure fire that destroyed a home at the Creekside Lodge in the 11000 block of South Highway 69 early Thursday morning, March 9, is being investigated as a case of arson, Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.

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