Jason Wheeler

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Ghost Talk smaller with more shows

Ghosts will haunt the Prescott Center for the Arts and tell their chilling tales this weekend and next, sending chills down the spines of audience members glued to their seats at Ghost Talk Too.

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‘American Idol’ winner Scotty McCreery comes to Prescott

Country music artist and “American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery is coming to Prescott, performing at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center on Thursday, Oct. 26.

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Youths perform Sunday at Elks Theatre

Drew Hall calls himself an “anti-recital” type of teacher, instead opting for his students to really put themselves out there and perform in front of a real audience.

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Scotland’s Jim Malcolm returns for Celtic Concert Series

Scotland’s own Jim Malcolm, a solo guitarist and harmonica player, is returning to Prescott after a two-year absence for a performance in the Prescott Celtic Concert Series.

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YC Performing Arts presents Cathedral Classics

Yavapai College Performing Arts is working to make the Performing Arts Center sound more like a cathedral this weekend.

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Boy Scouts allows girls to become Cub Scouts

Dens will be gender specific, says local Scouts executive

Arizona’s oldest Boy Scout troop, Troop 1, has seen a lot changes in its 101-year history, said Scoutmaster Mike Ortagus.

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The spiritual side of dealing with breast cancer: Leaders say to follow doctors’ advice

Anyone — even a person of faith — can be diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Many insurance plans cover mammography, mastectomy

Programs at YRMC available for lower-income patients

Health insurance plans are not created equally, but many may cover just what’s needed when it comes to breast cancer.

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Festival buzzes with country music

Big Sting more than just music, with car show, camping and more

Watson Lake may be a hive of country music fans buzzing into Prescott this weekend.

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Manhattan Dolls take Prescott on 'Sentimental Journey'

When she was young, Cait Rudd heard her grandfather whistling a lot of Andrews Sisters songs and now, she gets to sing them, taking listeners on a “Sentimental Journey.”

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