Today in History: Nov. 12
Nov. 12, 2008
Prescott High School Class of 2003 student Leah Hickman joined 10 other women in the 3 Peaks in 3 Weeks 2009 Challenge climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru and Mount Kenya to raise money for African charities.
Nov. 12, 2004
Fifth- and eighth-grade students from Sacred Heart School participated in the Prescott Veteran's Day Parade.
Nov. 12, 1999
Scottsdale-based Harkins Theatres announced that it would build a 14-screen cinema in Prescott Valley's Town Center entertainment complex.
Nov. 12, 1984
U.S. astronauts Joseph Allen and Dale Gardner space-walked and wrestled a 1,265-pound marooned satellite into spaceship Discovery's cargo bay.
Nov. 12, 1959
"Prescott's annual community Christmas project of making new toys out of old ones for distribution to needy children is under way."
Nov. 12, 1934
"Mayer's longest resident and one of Yavapai County's best-known women, Mrs. Sarah Belle Mayer, 81, mother of Mrs. Robert N. Looney of this city, died last night in her home, where she had resided for more than 50 years."
Nov. 12, 1909
"Mr. A.W. Edwards came down from Castle Hot Springs yesterday, where he has been superintending the work of improvement and extension for the past week."