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A Cottonwood man was arrested Thursday, July 15, and charged with two federal crimes for his alleged actions Jan. 6 in the insurrection into the U.S. Capitol building.

By JASON W. BROOKS, Special to the Courier July 16, 2021
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Steven Ray Marcum, age 48 of Chino Valley, Arizona passed away July 2, 2021, in Phoenix, Arizona.

July 15, 2021
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The outside contractors conducting the audit of the 2020 election told GOP lawmakers Thursday, July 15, they have identified a series of inconsistencies between information that Maricopa County reported and what they have found.

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Yavapai College incurred storm damage and flooding Friday, July 9, on its baseball field and tennis courts. The flooding left mud and debris covering the baseball field and exposed low-voltage irrigation piping near the mud-covered walkways and tennis courts.

By Jesse Bertel July 15, 2021
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Prescott-area fire authorities and the Prescott National Forest are lowering fire restrictions from Stage II to Stage I.

July 15, 2021
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Members of the public are invited to attend the Yavapai College Career & Technical Education Center (CTEC) In-Person Open House on Saturday, July 31 from 10 a.m. to noon.

July 15, 2021
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To the readers of my column — thank you for your sweet comments, for your suggestions and sending in your questions and, most of all, being loyal readers.

By Sandy Griffis July 15, 2021
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COVID opened the door for scammers to double down on their worst practices, while preying on consumers during an unprecedented global pandemic. That includes some bad actors who have been taking advantage of online shoppers in search of hard-to-find items like face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE).

By COLLEEN TRESSLER, Federal Trade Commission July 15, 2021
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Yavapai College, North-Aire Aviation, Guidance Aviation acquitted in years-long lawsuit
Jury rules that college’s aerospace science program properly used VA money for students’ tuition

A jury in the U.S. District Court of Arizona in late June dismissed a years’ long lawsuit against Yavapai College, North-Aire Aviation and Guidance Aviation over allegations that the college’s aerospace science program improperly used federal money to help pay students’ tuition.

By Doug Cook July 14, 2021
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The state of Arizona has enacted a 2021-22 budget of $1.9 billion worth of tax cuts. And, setting aside who benefits most — the wealthy or the poor — it is a huge deal.

By The Daily Courier July 14, 2021
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How do we learn from our challenging experiences? We are in this planet to discover where we belong. Each of us live our life differently yet are made up of the same human biology. How confusing to live in the same neighborhood and view our community with disconnection and conflict.

July 14, 2021
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Jimmy Lee Whited, age 77 of Chino Valley, Arizona, passed away July 8, 2021 in Phoenix, AZ.

July 13, 2021
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Problems with mail and/or package delivery in your Quad Cities neighborhood?
Call, email or tweet U.S. Postal Service for help, Prescott postmaster says

U.S. Postal Service (USPS) employees encourage residents and businesses in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Skull Valley and Kirkland who have experienced delays receiving their mail/packages or who have had those items misplaced to tell the USPS about it immediately.

By Doug Cook July 13, 2021
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With 138 COVID-19 cases reported in Yavapai County since Friday, July 9, the county leadership is very concerned for the welfare of its citizens. Community mitigation measures have been relaxed, but the virus is still prevalent in our communities.

July 13, 2021
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None of the parties appeared to get everything they wanted in the Arizona Eco Development agreement, but they all got enough to move ahead this week with the long-discussed Granite Dells area annexation.

By Cindy Barks July 13, 2021
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Many items cross my desk each day, either through “snail” mail or email; sometimes I find old letters in a box at home. Every now and then one of them jumps up and takes hold of me.

By Tim Wiederaenders July 13, 2021
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In our country, the price of many prescription drugs is exorbitant. I have been taking a life-saving blood thinner for over nine years to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism. This drug retails for $17.46 per dose.

July 13, 2021
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There may be little time in the schedule to prepare homemade breakfasts and enjoy a leisurely morning meal on weekdays. But once the weekend arrives, home cooks can experiment with tasty treats that fill homes with decadent aromas and rouse late sleepers from their slumber.

July 13, 2021
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Audiobooks are all the rage these days in the bookworm world. People are always on the run these days and the fact that you can just plug in some earphones and listen to your favorite book is massively convenient.

By Aaron Valdez July 13, 2021
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The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising drivers to plan for a daytime lane closure on northbound Highway 89 in Chino Valley while tree removal operations are underway.

July 13, 2021

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