Les Stukenberg

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Prescott Valley Holiday Festival of Lights & Parade Photo Gallery

Holiday Festival of Lights & Parade held Friday, December 1 in Prescott Valley.

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Ghosts and goblins on Mount Vernon

Parents and children were out early on Mount Vernon Tuesday for trick-or-treating in Prescott.

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Two wildland fires in two days

Fire crews were kept busy on Monday and Tuesday as they responded to two wildland fires in the forest.

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Mountain bike nirvana in Prescott

Prescott was the star of Arizona’s mountain bike scene this past weekend as lots of different events brought riders to town.

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Bradshaw Mountain powder puff game comes down to last play

It came down to last play of the 26th annual Bradshaw Mountain Powder Puff game, seniors fourth down inside the 10-yard line down by six.

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Prescott High School crowns homecoming royalty

Wesley Bradstreet and Makenna Jex were crowned Prescott’s 2017 Homecoming King and Queen.

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Prescott airport trains for worst nightmare

Prescott Airport officials held a mass casualty drill Thursday that involved a crashed airliner.

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Rollover sends 1 to hospital

One person was flown by helicopter to John C. Lincoln Hospital in Phoenix after this two-vehicle collision on Highway 89 between Ruger Road and the new Willow Creek roundabout Thursday afternoon.

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Photo: Great start for a beginner

Braden Couch flies in the beginner class of the second annual King Pearl Go Skateboarding Day presented by Skate Stop at the Mike Fann Skatepark in Prescott Saturday afternoon. Couch placed first in the beginner’s category. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

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Buddhism teaching event at Yavapai College draws people from around the country and world

Nearly 600 people have registered for the event. Two talks today have English translations: “How to be a Dharma Practitioner in the 21st Century” at 11 a.m. and “A Jewel More Precious Than A Diamond” at 2:30 p.m. The lectures are $25 each.

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