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COVID-19 vaccines are on their way — in a big way.
For more than 60 years, longtime Prescott politician Marlin Kuykendall served as an “ambassador for Prescott,” say his family and friends.
So if you see those posted speeds on highways as more of a suggestion than a limit, a Southern Arizona lawmaker has some legislation for you.
- How Prescott-area restaurants comply with FDA food codes
- Photo: Rain expected this week in Prescott
- Upcoming Events: College Small Business Development Center presents Hot Business Trends & Markets for 2021
- Reckless driver hits child bicyclist in Prescott Valley, police say
- Catch 22-Day 19: Woman wanted for fraud after stealing care home resident’s ATM card, withdrawing funds
- Deb McCasland selected as new board chair for Yavapai College District board
- Supreme Court rules police don't need a warrant to search for information about Arizonans online
- Firefighters respond to the Sour Fire north of Highway 169
- ‘Day of Service’ a call to justice for all in Prescott’s annual MLK commemoration
- Adoption Spotlight: Jaylene and Julien
- Adoption Spotlight: Maddic
- Officials prep for possible inauguration protests at Arizona Capitol
- MLK celebration goes virtual in Prescott area
- Catch 22 — Day 18: Man sought on charges including auto theft, aggravated assault
- Teen suicide spike a reminder to engage and stay connected during these perilous, isolating times
- Five Prescott council seats to be filled in separate 2021 appointment, election processes
For the six seniors on the 2020-2021 Bradshaw Mountain boys basketball team who have been with the program since their freshman year, simply being able to play this season is a thrill in itself.
Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball coach Rick Haltom describes the past five months amid the COVID-19 pandemic as “a whirlwind” for his 2020-2021 varsity team. And for good reason.
It seemed like high school winter sports were always on the chopping block due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases across the state. The start of the season was postponed multiple times and just a little over week ago, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) actually voted to cancel the season entirely.
- Heat-Pistons game delayed to allow for additional testing
- Saints scratch QB Hill, RB Murray vs. Buccaneers
- Bills advance to AFC championship with 17-3 win over Ravens
- Yavapai College soccer coaches Pantalione and Bell retire together
- Rozanne DeWeese named 1st head coach of new Yavapai women’s soccer program
A goat and a dog who were each elected mayor have helped raise money to renovate a Vermont community playground.
A pet cat believed killed along with her owner in a huge mudslide has been found three years later.
Think your dog deserves dessert? So does Ben & Jerry’s. The venerable Vermont ice cream company said Monday it’s introducing a line of frozen dog treats, its first foray into the lucrative pet food market.
- Mayor of Houston suburb chosen by pulling a name from hat
- On the llam: 'Very chill' llama found wandering off highway
- Identical twins aren’t perfect clones, research shows
- Serial squirrel: Neighbors keep eye out for fierce rodent
- Annual list of banished words and terms include 'COVID-19' and 'social distancing'
Wow, this column will appear wedged between Martin Luther King Jr, Day and the inauguration of our new president.
My fiance and I want to go back to the way we were, but it is more of a struggle for me than for him.
Pat and Joe Lutz were married on Jan. 16, 1971, in Tucson, Arizona.
Bonnie and Bill Wolff were married in Quincy, Illinois, on Jan. 23, 1971.
At the start of every Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board meeting, the board opens with “Celebrating Successes” where one of the district’s 10 schools is able to recognize the stars of their school — a certified faculty member, a classified or support, staff member and a volunteer.
- Granville Elementary boasts ‘culture of caring’ for students, faculty and staff
- HUSD leaders say farewell to retiring three-decade district parent/employee stalwart
- Anniversary: Linda and Peter Koteas celebrate 50 years
- HUSD Student of the Week: Mackenzie
- Anniversary: Tim and Gail Tracey celebrate 50 years
- Anniversary: Randy and LaRae Parks celebrate 50 years
- Wedding: Tanner Rayfield and Riley Myers wed
- Prescott Boys to Men Mentoring Network featured in Canadian film about youth mental health
- Prescott Community Cupboard to expand facilities, mission come the end of February
- Anniversary: Jim and Pat Stotts celebrate 60 years
Margot Salazar of Chino Valley, Arizona, passed away peacefully at home and went to be with the Lord on Dec. 30, 2020.
Perry Douglas Daniel, 95 of Prescott, Arizona, passed away with family by his side on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, in Wenatchee, Washington.
Some beetles go to great — and disgusting — lengths for their children.
Nearly 100 cats have survived a house fire in a town outside Rochester, New York, according to an animal protection group.
A Russian judge on Monday ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed for 30 days, after the leading Kremlin critic returned to Russia from Germany where he was recovering from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on President Vladimir Putin's government.