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Ask the Contractor: Random acts of kindness

The article in The Daily Courier on July 24, “A movement to end homelessness in Prescott,” made me realize that we are a movement of people creating events and random acts of kindness to spread hope, love, compassion and light.

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NAZ Suns announce two open tryouts in September

NBA G League

PRESCOTT VALLEY — For the third consecutive season, the Northern Arizona Suns will host two open tryouts prior to the upcoming campaign in Prescott Valley, the team announced Thursday afternoon.

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Former NAZ Suns coach Ty Ellis tapped to lead Stockton Kings in 2018-19

NBA G League

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The coaching carousel between the NBA and its minor league NBA Gatorade League counterpart continued Wednesday when former Northern Arizona Suns head coach Tyrone Ellis confirmed he will become the next head coach of the Stockton Kings.

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Embry-Riddle names former UCLA All-American Ambrosi as new softball coach

College Softball

PRESCOTT — Embry-Riddle’s athletic department announced that it has hired Christie Ambrosi as its new softball coach Wednesday afternoon, replacing the departed Marie Thomason after five seasons.

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CVPD releases traffic plan for first day of school

Officers not authorized to issue warnings during first two weeks

The Chino Valley Unified School District’s first day of school is Monday, Aug. 6, and to prepare, the Chino Valley Police Department has released a traffic plan to facilitate and expedite traffic at certain schools.

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Council approves contract to finish Road 1 East construction

Goal is to have work done by mid-September, says public works director

Work to complete construction of Road 1 East could be completed by the middle of September due to a unanimous decision by the Chino Valley Town Council approving a construction contract to Sunland Asphalt for the project Tuesday, July 24.

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Cooking With Diane: Cauliflower-Bacon Salad

“Cauliflower-Bacon Salad”

Letter: Chino Valley grocery stores

Is it true that a vote was made years ago that restricted the number of grocery stores in Chino Valley to one store?

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Cowboy Poets Gathering set for Aug. 9 at Yavapai College

The 31st annual Cowboy Poets Gathering will be held at Yavapai College Performing Arts Theater on Aug. 9 to 11.

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NAZ Suns host nearly 100 kids for basketball camp in Prescott Valley

Prep Sports

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The Northern Arizona Suns hosted nearly 100 kids ages 7 to 17 eager to learn how to play basketball the Suns way Friday, July 27, at the Prescott Valley Event Center.

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Pet Focus: Thor

Hey there! Have you ever seen such a handsome dog? Allow me to introduce myself.

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Pet Focus: Josiah

Josiah was rescued in 2016 from the euthanasia list at a high kill shelter in Phoenix.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Library looking for volunteers

Prescott Valley Library Adult Literacy Group seeks volunteer tutors in the Chino Valley area.

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Editorial cartoon (b): August 1, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): August 1, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): August 1, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): August 1, 2018

Williams: Why did I get the Williams I got?

I’ve never looked up my genealogy on Ancestry.com, Myheritage.com, Archives.com/ancestry,

Letter: Getting out of debt

I enjoyed Scott Orr’s Sunday article on credit card debt, and I told him so.

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Ask the Contractor: Granite reigns for kitchen countertops

We are remodeling our kitchen and new countertops are planned. Of course, there is a little conflict between my husband and myself — he wants granite and I am thinking quartz. Sandy, help us make up our mind! Tom and Sheila, Prescott.

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Wiederaenders: What would you do to survive?

A reader’s recent comment got me thinking and remembering a lot of things when mentioning a 1972 movie of struggle, risks … and leadership.

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Judge won’t block regulators from seizing control of utility company

A federal judge refused Thursday to block state utility regulators from seizing control of Johnson Utilities, at least for the time being.

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