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Horse show at Yavapai College arena

Students, adults with Yavapai College and AAEC to compete

Yavapai College is scheduled to host a horse show Saturday, April 29, at its college arena in Chino Valley in collaboration with the Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center (AAEC) charter school in Prescott Valley.

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Enter the mother-daughter look-alike contest

First Prize: Matching Diamond Pendants

Sometimes it’s fairly obvious that parents and children are related — it’s in the genes, after all.

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Prescott leaders talk about pension solutions

A brief history of the Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System, how it is funded, its investment returns from 1993 to 2015, and future impact cast a pall over a crowd of about 100 people at Mayor Harry Oberg’s Town Hall April 20 at Centennial Hall.

Supes have 4 days to talk county budget

Officials hear from 6-8 depts each day through Thursday

In the first of four days of Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget talks, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors looked at five departments and its own budget, heard from department directors and gave direction to the county administrator.

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Cheap park passes: One of the perks of turning 62 is a $10 lifetime pass

It’s a pass that lasts a lifetime — well, beginning at age 62 and beyond, that is. The Senior Pass, offered through five federal entities, costs $10 and is good for as long as the person can use it.

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Education key at Fire Expo, Earth Day

Children of the Earth, fire trucks, Smokey Bear

Parents with cameras posed their children in front of fire trucks parked on Cortez Street Saturday, April 22, at the Fire Expo.

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Ex-assessor’s book details county politics, childhood abuse

Pearsall: ‘Might as well say who did what’

For the first time, former Yavapai County Assessor Pamela Pearsall publicly reveals, in chilling detail, the circumstances around her damaged vocal cords.

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Chalk It Up! Prescott this weekend

Free family art event covers entire downtown parking lot

The Ninth Annual Chalk it Up! Prescott event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 22-23, in the National Bank of Arizona parking lot, 201 N. Montezuma St., Prescott.

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Local groups plan several Earth Day activities

People encouraged to get out Saturday and get to work

Earth Day, a celebratory and educational event all about environmental protection, takes on a new venue this year, as well as some new features, say event organizers.

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Former Sportsmen’s shooting range cleanup nearly complete

Lead contaminated soil removed

The clean-up efforts on the former Prescott Sportsmen’s Club shooting range near Wildwood Estates and Iron Springs Road are nearly complete.

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