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June 14, 2021
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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a very active 66-year-old male who had three stents put into my right coronary artery about 10 years ago after I had two heart attacks. I have not had any problems since then.

By Dr. Keith Roach June 13, 2021
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Dear Annie: I just finished sending a baby gift to the daughter of a friend of mine. She had a registry, and I selected a gift and had it mailed to her with a congratulatory message.

By Annie Lane June 13, 2021
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Today, aerial tramways make it possible to soar above the terrain in a tram/cable car or chairlift. Before tramways carried people, they were used in the mining industry to transport ore quickly and economically over rugged, inaccessible terrain.

By WORCESTER P. BONG Special to the Courier June 12, 2021
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- In 1862, Sylvester Mowry’s silver mine at Patagonia was confiscated and Mowry was arrested on charges of being a Confederate sympathizer.

June 12, 2021
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Dear Annie: I live in a retirement community.

By Annie Lane June 12, 2021
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Courier digital subscribers can print this Wonderword Puzzle challenge. This feature will print on standard 8.5x11-inch paper.

June 12, 2021
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DEAR DR. ROACH: I have a question about omega-3 fatty acid intake, either through fish consumption or by dietary supplements like fish oil.

By Dr. Keith Roach June 11, 2021
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Dear Annie: My "Laura" is the light of my life. It's been more than a year since we found each other, but my whole body still shakes with anticipation every time I see her.

By Annie Lane June 11, 2021
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From the grape vine, we expect the hot lumber market to persist, keeping both prices and volatility elevated. The cycle that we are in is here for the foreseeable future.

By Sandy Griffis June 10, 2021
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I am a man in my late 50s. Until recently, I was in a long-distance relationship with a woman — let’s call her “Maria” — who lives about a thousand miles away from me.

By Annie Lane June 10, 2021
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These are stressful times! Across the world, we have businesses struggling to find staffing, angry consumers on Facebook groups who want to be heard and an entire “Vax vs. Anti-vax” argument not so quietly burning in social media.

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Tucked in the rolling hills of east Chino Valley, this 2903 sq ft, 4 bed, 3 bath home with a 3 car garage has EVERYTHING! Bring your horses, chickens, RV.

June 10, 2021
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Our current drought has caused plant mortality in native ecosystems and in cultivated landscapes.

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Shrubs can be very low maintenance, often permanent addition to the landscape. Shrubs are like big, bold perennial plants that get better year after year.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier June 10, 2021
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Backyards and patios have been working hard all year because of the pandemic, and this summer they can provide new ways to cool off and have fun in the water.

By KIM COOK, Associated Press June 10, 2021
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By now, you probably know what kind of soil you have out there in your “back 40.” If planting that rose bush brought up wads of gummy goo, you know to call it clay. If instead you scooped up gritty particles that didn’t clump together, you have the other extreme, a sand.

By LEE REICH, Associated Press June 10, 2021
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OK, so you’ve got your vegetable and flower transplants in the ground, their roots are reaching out into surrounding soil, and stems are starting to grow.

By LEE REICH, Associated Press June 10, 2021
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The pandemic gave them lemons. So they made lemon rosemary chicken.

By MARK KENNEDY, AP Entertainment Writer June 10, 2021
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Happenings and sermons at Prescott-area churches and congregations, as of June 10, 2021.

By The Daily Courier June 9, 2021
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One of the beautiful things about living in Prescott is that you don’t have to go very far to get out into nature — you can even be right in town.

By Eric Moore June 9, 2021
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I’ve been seeing this guy for almost a year now. The problem is that two of my sons aren’t happy about or accepting of our relationship.

By Annie Lane June 9, 2021
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I am the mother of four adult children. I have many happy memories of all their childhoods, celebrating birthdays, graduations and other milestones. I feel I have wonderful relationships with three of them (and their spouses). The fourth has been challenging, to say the least.

By Annie Lane June 8, 2021
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Seventeen long years they have been waiting. Now trillions of cicadas making a racket as loud as lawnmowers have emerged from their slumber throughout the Midwest and Eastern States.

By Judy Bluhm June 8, 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic and the distribution of the vaccines that will prevent it have surfaced haunting memories for Americans who lived through an earlier time when the country was swept by a virus that, for so long, appeared to have no cure or way to prevent it.

By DAN SEWELL, Associated Press June 8, 2021

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