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If you choose to vote early or on Nov. 3 — you can do it safely. Yavapai County Community Health Services shares tips to keep you safe.
Thanks to efforts by firefighters on the ground and in the air, the Horse Fire had little growth over the last few days, according to South West Area Incident Management Team 2.
The owner of a wildlife center in California was scheduled to complete the final step in getting a permit to move the refuge to Cornville, Arizona, but a public notice glitch has delayed the approval hearing.
- Operation Deep Freeze calls for volunteers as cold front may force shelter to open early
- Heat exposure causes multiple medical emergencies at Trump rally
- Man accused of attempted car theft, kidnapping in Verde Village
- Adoption Spotlight: Joebert
- Adoption Spotlight: Kaira
- History buffs encouraged to join
- Yavapai Silent Witness stepping up efforts to reduce circulation of drugs on Prescott-area streets
- MVD expands online scheduling options for permits, road tests, and more
- Relay for Life Fundraiser coins available for purchase
- New Miller Creek-area restrooms aim to improve water quality, human dignity
- Upcoming Events: All About Book Readers presented by the Prescott Mac Users Group
- Oct. 22 COVID-19 update: Your role in slowing the spread
- Arizona officials push early ballots for disabled voters
- Arizona elk poaching case unsolved; $6,500 reward for tips
- Phoenix police: Officer wounds man who fired at officers
- Report: Kingman aquifer to last longer, a century or more
The Philadelphia Eagles needed a desperate rally to beat the New York Giants. They'll take any win they can get this season. The Eagles (2-4-1) moved percentage points ahead of Dallas (2-4) in the NFC East and now have extra time to prepare for the Cowboys next week following a 22-21 comeback win over the Giants (1-6) on Thursday night.
A person with knowledge of the situation says the NBA's board of governors is considering a December start to the 2020-21 season, with Dec. 22 being the initial target for opening night and the season being trimmed to about 70 games.
- Twins' Nelson Cruz wins Marvin Miller Award for leadership
- Stan Van Gundy agrees to become New Orleans Pelicans' coach
- Mickelson might go where fans are not for Masters tuneup
- Pandemic World Series draws smallest crowd in over century
- Undefeated Badgers among heavy favorites for state badminton title
A ring-tailed lemur stolen from the San Francisco Zoo has been found, police said last Thursday.
Researchers have discovered fossils of a tiny burrowing reptile among a vast expanse of petrified wood in eastern Arizona.
Law enforcement officers who pulled a driver over for a traffic violation in Mississippi allegedly discovered about 37 pounds of methamphetamine hidden inside a spare tire stashed in the vehicle.
This past week I highlighted how gun-toting “counter protesters” may have been misunderstood through assumptions. Not all were hurling insults at Black Lives Matter protesters, not all were from here, and some had good intentions and were behaving with civility and respect. Others were not.
Many of the letters to you complain of ungrateful children and adults who don’t send thank-you’s, don’t call, or who are otherwise ungrateful. Too often, children (aka future adults) are taught to be takers, not givers, so they don’t build habits of giving, giving back, or sending replies. Let’s change that.
I am a 65-year-old woman. As a child, I had what we called “lazy eye.” My condition was that my right eye was aligned noticeably outward. I believe this is referred to as “exotropia.” I had surgery to correct it at the age of 12, and surgery was successful -- my right eye has remained in proper alignment since then.
With many of the usual Halloween events and haunted houses canceled due to the ongoing pandemic, there are still a few things to do on Halloween for people who agree to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines. The following is a list of Halloween events in the area.
- At home: Making the most of lighting can keep moods lifted
- Yavapai College adds new concerts to Yavapai Live concert series
- Feature Home: Universal Homes at Granville in Prescott Valley
- Ask the Contractor: Next-generation garbage disposals are quiet as a mouse
- Backyard Gardener: High tunnels extend growing season
On May 30, 2020, Everett Jenks became 101 years old. Big celebration! On June 16, 2020, Everett and Charlie Jenks celebrated 75 years of being married. Bigger celebration!
Despite the rising cost of real estate and the economic hit of COVID on families, Agape House of Prescott is rebuilding the lives of families that have found themselves living in crisis.
In Alaska, the new Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast enjoyed spending his time off pursuing his woodworking hobby — over his two decades he made lots of furniture and crafts.
- Mountain Top Quilters Guild benefits from ‘windfall sale’ thanks to benefactor’s donation
- Deputy County Attorney Hughes receives Criminal Justice Award from Arizona State Bar
- Raymond and Luci Famas celebrate 70 years
- Bill and Sandi Cooper celebrate 50 years
- PUSD facilities crew hailed for going above, beyond to ensure students could return to school
- Bradshaw Mountain Middle School bestows monthly honors to some of its shining stars
- Student of the Week: Rafael
- ‘Wish’ come true: PUSD gifted-program coordinator receives $5K Fiesta Bowl Charities gift
- City declares ‘Al Cheney Day’ to honor Prescott centenarian
- West Yavapai Guidance peer support program manager honored
Janath Flake Johnson peacefully passed away on October 19, 2020 at her son’s home in Gilbert, Arizona, at the age of 84. Janath was born in Eager, Arizona on June 7, 1936 to two Arizona pioneer stalwarts, James Madison Flake and Melba Wilkins.
Michael Perry Hickman, “Perry” was born September 11, 1955 in Lawton, Oklahoma and passed away on October 19, 2020.
On October 18, 2020, Debora Lynn Jones passed peacefully in her home surrounded by her family. She fought a courageous battle with cancer for over 7 years with extraordinary strength, grace, and faith.
President Donald Trump's and Democratic rival Joe Biden's campaigns are assembling armies of powerful lawyers for the possibility that the race for the White House is decided not at the ballot box but in court.
The United States is approaching a record for the number of new daily coronavirus cases in the latest ominous sign about the disease's grip on the nation, as states from Connecticut to Idaho reel under the surge.
President Donald Trump announced Friday that Sudan will start to normalize ties with Israel, making it the third Arab state to do so as part of U.S.-brokered deals in the run-up to Election Day.