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Two weeks ago, I wrote in this column about an Abert’s Squirrel, which appeared in my yard, tore apart my dog’s toy and ran off with a mouthful of the stuffing.

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This is Granite. He’s a 3-year-old, gorgeous dilute silver-and-white tabby male with long hair.

March 25, 2019
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The term muffin-top unfortunately can apply to cats, too.

March 25, 2019
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Dear Annie: I’m a happily married almost-70-year-old woman who has been sorting and purging the contents of boxes in my attic in preparation for downsizing.

By Annie Lane March 25, 2019
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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am 69 and take medications for blood pressure and cholesterol, as well as plenty of vitamins.

By Dr. Keith Roach March 25, 2019
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This spicy pulled chicken tastes wonderful on french rolls, and served with your favorite side dishes like potato or pasta salad.

By Diane DeHamer March 25, 2019
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As Insurgent Brewing Company nears its three-year anniversary, owner Rob Valenzuela said things have been going great and that he is continuously growing the only brewery in Chino Valley.

By Jason Wheeler March 25, 2019
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When he started second grade, Hunter used to be shy and nervous. Now he’s bright and shiny every day, with a lot of confidence and pride in his learning.

March 24, 2019
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College admission? The rigorous process of entering an elite college has become a sad mess. When college “consultant” and con man Rick Singer cooked up the multi-million dollar scheme to cheat on admissions tests and bribe coaches, it resulted in wealthy parents getting their under-qualified kids in the country’s most prestigious colleges, like Yale, Stanford or Georgetown.

By Judy Bluhm March 24, 2019
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Dear Annie: As long as I can remember, my parents have controlled the majority of my actions.

By Annie Lane March 24, 2019
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VA chief of staff wants veterans to get high quality of care
Advocating for ‘those in the trenches’

At a time of leadership transition in the Prescott VA, Dr. A. Panneer Selvam’s skills as a long-time physician with a patient-first belief and approach are offering comfort to veterans about their health care.

By Nanci Hutson March 23, 2019
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I’m a teacher with two 11-year-old girls who both reported being bullied by each other.

By Rhonda Orr & Dr. Cheri L. McDonald, PhD, LMFT March 23, 2019
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She tells me that I help, but I feel lost because even though she’s been sober for months, her anger is still the same.

By Annie Lane March 23, 2019
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When cyberthieves attacked Empire Industries’ computer network, technology manager Rich Shemanskis could see files in the process of being infected by malicious software.

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG, AP Business Writer March 23, 2019
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When Marriott charges Elizabeth Maglione’s gift card twice for one night at the Courtyard Marriott Miami Downtown/Brickell, she asks for a refund. The hotel wants to issue a credit. Who’s right?

By CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT, Syndicated Columnist March 23, 2019
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Solid Rock Christian Fellowship of Prescott has announced Matthew Owens as its Worship Pastor and leader of the music ministry.

March 22, 2019
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I received a great deal of helpful feedback for “Heartbroken on Valentine’s Day.” Thank you to everyone who wrote in.

By Annie Lane March 22, 2019
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My husband and I lost our home, vehicles and most personal property in a Pinon Oaks home fire the early morning of March 14.

March 22, 2019
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The History Channel will air a four-part series on the life of Jesus. I’m glad he lived when he did. If Jesus offered to feed the 5,000 with six loaves of bread and 12 fishes today, the crowd would demand to know if the bread was gluten-free and if the fish had been tested for mercury.

By Argus Hamilton March 22, 2019
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Church News in the greater Prescott area this week.

March 22, 2019
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Herbs are among the most useful plants in nature. They can tantalize the taste buds, help cure what ails you, oil the body, perfume the air, and attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

By DEAN FOSDICK, Associated Press March 21, 2019
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My question is about the fact that they never bring anything, such as a bottle of wine, and they have never invited us out to dinner or to have dinner at their home.

By Annie Lane March 21, 2019
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If you're trying to be more eco-friendly at home, should you use your kitchen garbage disposal? It depends.

By KATHERINE ROTH, Associated Press March 21, 2019
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Few perennial flowers compare to the bloom and fragrance of peonies in the spring garden.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier March 21, 2019
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“It’s not easy bein’ weed-free” and with our wet winter, weed-free will hardly be the case.

By Sandy Griffis March 21, 2019

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