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Neighborhood Notes:

Got news you want to share with your neighbors? Neighborhood Notes is a Tribune feature with neighborhood-specific news...

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Chino Valley in Brief: Steam Sesh studio open for business

Weathering rain and wind, a nice crowd gathered recently to celebrate the ribbon cutting at Steam Sesh Salon Studio, 2235 S. Highway 89 in the Windy Valley Plaza, Chino Valley.

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Chino Chamber News: Welcome to spring, fans of Chino Valley!

Spring indicates a re-birth, a renewal of the earth, and a sense of energy and promise for a warmer tomorrow. I feel that same sense of hope and promise about Chino Valley and for the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce.

Recipe of the Day

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Rising wins 1-0 vs. Colorado Springs

Phoenix Rising FC (2-3-1) picked up a 1-0 win vs. Colorado Springs tonight in front of 6,277 fans at Phoenix Rising Stadium.

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Suns skip play-in by toppling T-wolves 125-106 to set up 1st-round rematch

Bradley Beal scored 36 points on 6-for-6 shooting from 3-point range and the Phoenix Suns beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 125-106 on Sunday to stay out of the play-in tournament and set up a rematch in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

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Gallen blanks Cardinals for 6 innings and Diamondbacks score 5 runs in 5th to win 5-0

Zac Gallen pitched six sharp innings and Corbin Carroll hit a two-run single in a five-run fifth to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks over the St. Louis Cardinals 5-0 on Sunday.

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One Man's Rant: The Green, Green Grass of Home

I was dabbling in memories of my Columbus, Ohio, family home the other day when the song The Green, Green Grass of Home interrupted my concentration.

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Editorial cartoon (1): April 16, 2024

Editorial cartoon (1): April 16, 2024

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Editorial cartoon (2): April 16, 2024

Editorial cartoon (2): April 16, 2024

Reader Poll:

O.J. Simpson has died; what is his legacy?

  • O.J. will always be known more for the murder trial, acquittal & other legal woes 75%
  • He will be remembered as an athlete, college & NFL player 4%
  • I choose not to remember any of O.J.'s exploits 13%
  • I do not know / do not care 8%

167 total votes

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Reader Poll:

O.J. Simpson has died; what is his legacy?

  • O.J. will always be known more for the murder trial, acquittal & other legal woes 75%
  • He will be remembered as an athlete, college & NFL player 4%
  • I choose not to remember any of O.J.'s exploits 13%
  • I do not know / do not care 8%

167 total votes

See past polls

Galleries & VideosMore: Photo Galleries | Videos

Other Desert Cities opens Thursday, March 14 at Prescott Center for the Arts. Look for a news article about the performance in the Daily Courier newspaper. Dcourier.com, AcrosstheStreetPrescott.com.

Across The Street see more>JUMP TO: AcrossTheStreet.com

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World-renowned guitar virtuoso Anthony Mazzella to perform ‘Legends of Guitar’ concert April 20

Anthony Mazzella, recognized as one of the leading guitarists of the new generation, is set to captivate audiences at the upcoming “Legends of Guitar” concert. The performance is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at the Elks Theatre, 117 E. Gurley St., Prescott.

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Prescott Palette: Into the woods... The Hike Shack

“When I’m outdoors I have the ability to simply tune everything else out. It’s my euphoria.” – Amanda Lane, The Hike Shack

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Q&A with Aaron Jones of Old Blind Dogs

The Prescott Celtic Concert Series presents Scotland’s top traditional folk band, the Old Blind Dogs, in concert at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 18, at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 630 Park Ave., Prescott.

Odd & Interesting see more>

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Mountain goat stuck under Kansas City bridge survives rocky rescue

An escaped mountain goat that somehow got stuck under a Kansas City bridge has survived a rocky rescue effort and now may be reunited with the owners who suspect he was stolen from their farm two months ago.

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The world’s oldest man says the secret to his longevity is luck, plus regular fish and chips

The world’s oldest man says the secret to his long life is luck, moderation — and fish and chips every Friday.

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Cicadas are nature’s weirdos; they pee stronger than us and an STD can turn them into zombies

The periodical cicadas that are about to infest two parts of the United States aren’t just plentiful, they’re downright weird.

Features see more>JUMP TO: Puzzles

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Pet of the Week: Dotty (Blackhat Humane Society)

My name is Dotty and I have the eye brows to prove it. But my eyes really tell the story of how thrilled I will be to have someone to dote on and a pal to hike and share adventures.

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Pets of the Week: Arabica & Jojo (Catty Shack)

Arabica and Jojo were found Feb. 19, 2024, in Chino Valley. These two lovelies are bonded sisters who need to be adopted together.

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Pet of the Week: Sunny (Miss Kitty's Cat House)

Sunny is a beautiful 2-year-old with long gray and white hair. She is very sweet and friendly and loves to be brushed and to play with toys.

Life see more>

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Anniversary: Ron and Kathie Mitchell celebrate 50th anniversary

Ron and Kathie Mitchell met on a blind date on Dec. 26, 1973, that was set up by Ron’s friend Mark and Kathie’s sister Karen. Ron and Kathie discovered they were born on the same day and same year and they knew instantly that they were made for each other.

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Adoption Spotlight: Anthony

Meet Anthony, a determined young man with a great smile and infectious spirit! Anthony loves all things sports – especially football – and enjoys learning.

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Adoption Spotlight: Arely

Arely is a creative and passionate girl who loves to shop, go to the movies and spend time with friends.

Obituaries see more>

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Obituary: Marlene M. Burke

Marlene M. Burke, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, died peacefully on March 16, 2024, at the age of 91 yrs. in Cathedral City, California.

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Obituary: Peggy Ann Mills

After completing a long life among us, Peggy died peacefully early on the morning of April 7 at Alta Vista Senior Living Community in Prescott, Arizona.

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Obituary: Natália Tilman

Natália was born in Globe, Arizona on Jan. 5, 1931 to parents Santiago Pónce of Chihuahua and Dolores Turrietta of Las Cruces, New Mexico.

National & International see more>

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Gene Herrick, AP photographer who covered the Korean War and civil rights, dies at 97

Gene Herrick, a retired Associated Press photographer who covered the Korean War and is known for his iconic images of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and the trial of the killers of Emmett Till in the early years of the Civil Rights Movement, died Friday.

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Tesla plans to lay off 10% of workforce after dismal quarterly sales, multiple news outlets report

After reporting dismal first-quarter sales, Tesla is planning to lay off about a tenth of its workforce as it tries to cut costs, multiple media outlets reported Monday.

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Gun supervisor for ‘Rust’ movie gets 18 months in prison for fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin on set

A movie weapons supervisor was sentenced to 18 months in prison in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin on the set of the Western film “Rust,” during a hearing Monday in which tearful family members and friends gave testimonials that included calls for justice and a punishment that would instill greater accountability for safety on film sets.