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Nicholas Foster graduates Basic Combat Training

PVT2 Nicholas Foster has graduated Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

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Hundreds celebrate achievements during YC commencement weekend

Hundreds of men and women who launched their career journeys at Yavapai College took a giant step this month toward achieving their dreams — completing a two-year degree or certificate program.

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Choose healthy treats for your pets

Giving a pet too many treats can lead to pet obesity

Giving your pet treats can be a great way to help build a relationship with them.

Pets can suffer from conjunctivitis

Everyone knows the annoying feeling of having something in your eye.

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Last day to register to vote in May 15 Special Election is today

Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman reminds voters that the last day to register to vote for the May 15 Special Election is today, Monday, April 16.

Thinning operations near White Spar Campground

Beginning the week of March 5, a contractor will be using heavy equipment to thin trees on 695 acres of Prescott National Forest land.

Dewey-Humboldt Cowboy Poetry Festival brings poets, musicians and families together

The Dewey-Humboldt Cowboy Festival, hosted by the D-H Historical Society, brought about 50 people to the family-friendly event on Feb. 24 at Little Dealer Little Prices RV dealership in Prescott Valley.

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City yellow ribbon recognizes employees serving in the military

To recognize and honor city employees who are currently serving active duty in the military, the City of Prescott has begun displaying a yellow ribbon on a pillar near the entrance to City Hall on Cortez Street.

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‘Hail the Trail’ fundraiser to benefit new trails in Prescott National Forest

17 new miles of trail built in Emmanuel Pines area

With the 2018 “Hail the Trail” fundraiser launching Thursday, March 8, Whiskey Off Road event promoter Epic Rides has announced that money from last year’s fundraiser was used to build more than 17 miles of new trail in the Prescott National Forest.

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Rafter Eleven fetes grand opening

Rafter Eleven, 2985 N. Centre Court, Prescott Valley, had its grand opening and ribbon cutting with the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 23.

Talk centers on water, electric energy part of Big Chino Pumped Storage

Discussion March 10 on possible project

The public is invited to an interactive discussion on a potential pumped storage energy project — called Big Chino Pumped Storage — from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 10, at Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation building, 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott.

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I-40 eastbound reopens at Ash Fork; snow falling

Heavy snowfall has forced the closure of Interstate 40 eastbound at Ash Fork, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

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How to control common spring pests

Just when winter thaws out and people are anxious to enjoy the blooming flowers and luscious lawns of spring, pesky pests can appear and impact comfort levels and safety.

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Pile burning continues in Verde through Friday

Verde Ranger District fire managers are continuing fuels treatments east of the junction of Highway 169 and Interstate 17, with 200 acres completed and another 100 started Thursday.

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Malnourished by Nazis in 1940s, Holocaust survivor says she looked 12 when she 16

Survivor will recount her experiences at free Feb. 4 event

Esther Basch will be 90 in May, but her memories of years enduring unspeakable mistreatment by Nazis in World War II, will never leave her.

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Sign up for Horses with Heart benefit bowl-a-thon before Jan. 26

Bowling balls and horses? They’re a natural duo at Antelope Lanes in Prescott Valley on Saturday, Feb. 10.

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6 New Year’s resolutions for new homeowners

We all make New Year's resolutions, but let's be honest: Most are wishful thinking.

Counselor's Column: Are you experiencing more integration In health care?

Perhaps you’ve noticed an emerging trend when you visit your primary care provider.

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Deputies looking for suspects in rash of Black Canyon City tire slashings

Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating four cases of slashed tires in one night in Black Canyon City, and they’re hoping newly-discovered video will help identify the suspects.

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KornuKopia Calendar: Dec. 1 - Dec. 10

Everything else that's happening in the Prescott area - the KornUkopia calendar.

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KornuKopia Calendar: Nov. 24-Dec. 3

Everything else that's happening in the Prescott area - the KornUkopia calendar.

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Gallery Guide: Nov. 24, 2017

A guide to art galleries in the Prescott area.

Prescott Police awarded $43,000 in grants for DUI, speed enforcement

Two grants, totaling $43,000, have been awarded to the Prescott Police Department by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

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Ex-Dewey man faces sex trafficking charges

16 charges include sex trafficking, child prostitution

Former Dewey resident William Lee Aundre Wilson, who is in custody for 16 felony charges related to sex trafficking, appeared at Yavapai Superior Court for a pretrial conference Monday.

Nonprofits in Brief: Doggie Fashion Show fundraiser set for Nov. 12

The staff and volunteers of Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue & Sanctuary would like to invite the public to Circle L’s “Doggie Fashion Show” fundraiser from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, at The Barley Hound Gastropub, 234 S. Cortez St. in Prescott.

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Paving on Interstate 17 near Cordes Junction scheduled next week

The Arizona Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a paving project next week along a nearly 20-mile section of north- and southbound I-17 north of Phoenix.

Yavapai College ranked 10th in U.S. for online program

College information and resource website has ranked Yavapai College tenth among online community colleges across the U.S. for Best General Studies program.

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Mothers in Bloom bringing Prescott-area moms together

Prescott Mothers in Bloom was founded in 2017 by Prescott-area mothers Danielle Hampton and Veronica Phillips.

Free Wheelchair Mission kicks off ‘1 Million for 1 Million’ campaign Sunday

Free Wheelchair Mission kicks off its “1 Million for 1 Million” campaign on Sunday, Oct. 22, in Prescott.

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Roadwork in Brief: Marina, utilities, Dexter, roundabout

The City of Prescott and its contractor, Fann Contracting, Inc., are currently working on a road and utility upgrade project along South Marina Street.

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Fraud suspect sought by Prescott Valley police

Prescott Valley Police are looking for a man who is a suspect in several criminal fraud cases, said Jerry Ferguson, PVPD spokesman.

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Picture-perfect day at Sharlot Hall Museum features music, merriment

Music and merriment for young and old was featured at the 39th annual Folk Music Festival, which began its run at the Sharlot Hall Museum on Saturday, Oct. 7.

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Roadwork in Brief: 89 widening, Dexter, Marina, Sundog

Roadwork, projects this week in the City of Prescott.

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Birth Announcements: Oct. 8, 2017

Birth announcements published in the Daily Courier, Oct. 8, 2017.

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Lizeth Martinez graduates from basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Lizeth Martinez has graduated from basic training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Supervisor Simmons plans town hall meetings

Yavapai County Supervisor Rowle Simmons has released his schedule for the remaining town hall meetings for 2017, according to a news release issued this past week.

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Mother and son to lead American Legion, Auxiliary

The members of the American Legion Gary Streeter Post and Unit 108 of Prescott Valley, are honored to have a mother and son team to lead its Auxiliary and Legion this year.

Calendar of Events: Oct. 8-13

Calendar of events in the Prescott area, Oct. 8-13.

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Church News: Bohrman brings 'Three Billy Goats Bridge' to Granite Peak UU

Church News from congregations in the Prescott area, Oct. 7.

Calendar of Events: Oct. 7-13

Calendar of events in the Prescott area, Oct. 7-13.

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Mayer woman robbed in Prescott; police seek help to ID suspect

On Friday, Oct. 6, at about 4 p.m., Prescott police responded to a scenic overlook near Pioneer Parkway and Williamson Valley Road after receiving a call from a woman reporting a robbery.

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‘Norma’ opens MET Opera satellite season Oct. 7 at Yavapai College

It’s always an auspicious occasion in New York when the Metropolitan Opera opens a new season. But it’s an auspicious occasion in Prescott, as well.

Light the Night remembers fallen firefighters Oct. 7-8

Prescott City Hall will join more than 30 iconic landmarks across the country on Saturday, Oct. 7, lighting up at dusk in respect to fallen firefighters and their survivors for Light the Night for Fallen Firefighters, according to a news release from Donna Clark of the National Fallen Firefighter Foundation.

Prescott National Forest offices closed Oct. 6, 9

Prescott National Forest will close its Bradshaw, Chino Valley and Verde Ranger district offices to the public on Friday, Oct. 6, for administrative purposes.

Sewing Guild to host fashion show Oct. 7

The Prescott Chapter of the American Sewing Guild is hosting a fashion show and luncheon on Oct. 7, in the Marina Room of the Hassayampa Inn. This event has been held every other year for the last 20 years and is always a sold-out event.

Open house for Prescott Area Shelter Services Oct. 5

Prescott Area Shelter Services invites the public to visit the shelter to meet its board of directors, dedicated staff, and to get a tour and learn what they have been doing in the community for the past 10 years.

Seventeen local authors at this weekend’s fallfest

On Saturday, Oct. 7 — from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — and Sunday, Oct. 8 — from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — the FallFest takes place at the courthouse plaza.

Calendar of Events: Oct. 5-11

Calendar of events in the Prescott area, Oct. 5-11.

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Friday evening car crash kills 1, injures 2

A 57-year-old Prescott man died as a result of a single-vehicle crash just before 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, in the 900 block of West Gurley Street in Prescott.

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YCSO seeks whereabouts of missing adult from Black Canyon City

Detectives are seeking the whereabouts of 50-year-old Casey Nethercott, who owns the Black Canyon Feed Store and resides in Black Canyon City, according to a news release from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.