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Prescott Public Safety Retirement Board OKs Ashcraft benefits

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier<br>
Juliann Ashcraft, widow of Granite Mountain Hotshot Andrew Ashcraft, listens to closing arguments during a Public Safety Retirement System hearing at Prescott City Hall Thursday.

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier<br> Juliann Ashcraft, widow of Granite Mountain Hotshot Andrew Ashcraft, listens to closing arguments during a Public Safety Retirement System hearing at Prescott City Hall Thursday.

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