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Boy dies after being buried under sand dune at state park

A 13-year-old Utah boy has died from his injuries a day after a sand dune he was digging in collapsed and buried him at a state park, officials said Monday.

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Chino Valley council honors police with Life Saving Awards

Teenagers were hugging the Chino Valley Police officers. Not something you expect to see often, but the Chino Valley High School students were grateful because the officers had saved their lives following a two-vehicle accident.

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Thomas, after 17 years, still sees working at Chino Valley Senior Center ‘a privilege’

Cyndi Thomas went from an at-home mom to working at the Chino Valley Senior Center where she is constantly interacting with people.

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Parra says he is retiring as player, becoming Nats assistant

Gerardo Parra says he is retiring from baseball after 12 seasons in the major leagues and will become a special assistant to Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo.

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Dodgers return to form with 5-4 win over Bumgarner, D-backs

Chris Taylor hit a two-run homer and Tony Gonsolin pitched six innings of three-hit ball in the Los Angeles Dodgers' 5-4 victory over Madison Bumgarner and the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night.

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Yavapai wins Region 1 title, advances to nationals May 24 in Yuma

Yavapai College’s softball team qualified for the NJCAA Division I National Tournament May 14 at Bill Vallely Field in Prescott by capturing the program’s second straight Region 1 title.

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One Man's Rant: A Jack of many trades ...

Chino Valley Mayor Jack Miller wanted to be a police officer when he was young. But that was before he saw Phoenix TV coverage of a fugitive who had killed his wife and fled.

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Talk of the Town: Arizona’s fire districts are in crisis, need our help

When you dial 911 in an emergency, you rightfully expect your local fire department to show up promptly. If you live in an urban area where 911 response times typically average about five or six minutes, a rapid response is the norm.

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Editorial cartoon (2): May 17, 2022

Editorial cartoon (2): May 17, 2022

Reader Poll:

Former Rep. Noel Campbell dropped from the AZ Senate race because of a smear/attack campaign. When are such "attacks" OK?

  • They are not. Period. Politics like this have no place in elections. 73%
  • "Smear" tactics are OK, if based on fact / truth. 27%
  • I don't care / don't vote. 1%

160 total votes

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Reader Poll:

Former Rep. Noel Campbell dropped from the AZ Senate race because of a smear/attack campaign. When are such "attacks" OK?

  • They are not. Period. Politics like this have no place in elections. 73%
  • "Smear" tactics are OK, if based on fact / truth. 27%
  • I don't care / don't vote. 1%

160 total votes

See past polls

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Student of the Week: Rosie Bailon (Chino Valley Unified School District)

The Chino Valley Unified School District would like to recognize Rosie Bailon of Territorial Early Childhood Center as our Student of the Week.

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Cooking: Delicious history of cheesecake!

Rich, creamy and decadent, cheesecake is enjoyed across the globe. There are many famous cheesecake bakeries in North America, and those who can’t resist digging their forks into this beloved dessert may assume that cheesecake traces its origins there.

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For Your Safety: Don’t flash cash; assume you’re being watched

Hubby and wife check into a beautiful 5-star hotel domestically or in a foreign land. It is their 25th wedding anniversary! They are treated like royalty by the front desk staff and are given tickets for a free executive massage!

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Hillig, Estrada and Stallone winners of 2022 Prescott Valley Chamber scholarships

The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce this month announced the recipients of the 2022 Chamber Scholarships.

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Adoption Spotlight: Abrianna and Serenity

Abrianna and Serenity love riding their bikes and eating spaghetti. Abrianna is very creative and loves to draw and read and plays percussion in the school band. Little sister Serenity likes board games, singing, going to the movies and going out for ice cream.

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Adoption Spotlight: Alacia

Alacia, who goes by Ally, is happy, imaginative girl who spends her time reading, making up her own jokes and writing her own stories.

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Obituary: Ronald Gary Harkins

Change of location for Ronald Gary Harkins memorial service.

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Obituary: Karl Frederick Kaub

Karl Frederick Kaub engineer, musician, classic toy train enthusiast, collector and a 20-year resident of Prescott, Arizona died March 3, 2022 at the age of 92.

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Obituary: William 'Bill' L. Arnett

What’s not to love about a guy who loved his family almost as much as he loved his dogs; who could turn a barn into a beautiful living room wall; who was always the last one telling stories around a fire pit. Yes, that’s our Bill.

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Congress dives into UFOs, but no signs of extraterrestrials

Congress held its first hearing in half a century Tuesday on unidentified flying objects. And no, there is still no government confirmation of extraterrestrial life.

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Big cross-border tunnel found linking Tijuana, San Diego

U.S. authorities on Monday announced the discovery of a major drug smuggling tunnel — running about the length of a six football fields — from Mexico to a warehouse in an industrial area in the U.S.

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Once a powerful symbol in Russia, McDonald's withdraws

Two months after the Berlin Wall fell, another powerful symbol opened its doors in the middle of Moscow: a gleaming new McDonald’s.