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Prescott Creeks works to pick up the pieces after fire destroys log-cabin office

Since the Dec. 10 fire that destroyed much of the 1950s-era log cabin that housed the Prescott Creeks organization, Executive Director Michael Byrd has been working to salvage what he can from the wreckage. The organization has rented the high-profile office space along Highway 89 since late 2013. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

Since the Dec. 10 fire that destroyed much of the 1950s-era log cabin that housed the Prescott Creeks organization, Executive Director Michael Byrd has been working to salvage what he can from the wreckage. The organization has rented the high-profile office space along Highway 89 since late 2013. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

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