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The town we now know as Jerome began in 1876 when Angus McKinnon and Marion A. Ruffner officially recorded their mining claims in the area. As mining increased, a camp sprang up to house, feed and serve the growing population of miners.

By JOHN STERR, Jerome Historical Society March 2, 2024
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How can I get people who visit me to wash their hands after they use the bathroom?

By Annie Lane March 3, 2024
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Donald Trump and President Biden staged dueling speeches at the Mexico border Thursday. It didn’t move the 2024 needle. The latest national poll shows the presidential race is still dead ...

By Argus Hamilton March 3, 2024
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Dear Annie: I have a cousin who I grew up with (literally in the same building) for eight years of my life. After our families moved, we stayed close. In recent years I’ve begun to realize how selfish, self-centered and manipulative my cousin is.

By Annie Lane March 2, 2024
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It has been said that Flappers defined the 1920s, so what defined the Flappers? When most people think of the Roaring 20s, an image of a slender young woman, rather scantily clad, usually comes to mind.

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On this day in 1757, San Cosme de Tucson was established on the west bank of the Santa Cruz River by Father Bernard Middendorf. No trace of the large mission ruin remains.

March 2, 2024
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On Feb. 14, 2024, I was very pleased to be part of an expert panel of judges to participate in a “blind tasting” (we had no idea what the wines were), assessing the quality of Arizona wines against a selection of high-quality, international wines.

By TIM HANNI, Courier Columnist March 2, 2024
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The International Student Association and the Center for International Programs and Studies (CIPS) at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) invites the public to attend its free, annual International Festival from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 30.

March 2, 2024
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Susan Ward, a volunteer in Glia County shares her journey of being a CASA volunteer across two states while advocating for over 30 children in the foster care system over the years.

March 2, 2024
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Problem Solved: Help! American Queen Voyages canceled my cruise but kept my $10,126
Carolyn Hoke has been waiting more than a year for her refund from American Queen Voyages for a canceled cruise. Why is it taking so long — and how can she speed up the process?

I booked a seven-night river cruise from St. Louis to Minneapolis with American Queen Voyages

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Where will you be watching the April 8 total solar eclipse? There are just a few weeks left to pick your spot to see the skies darken along a strip of North America, whether by land, sea or air.

By STEPHANIE NANO, Associated Press March 2, 2024
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This is a tough situation and I'm at a loss for what to do next. First, I've been battling a worsening depression for a few years now....

By Annie Lane March 1, 2024
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The Weather Channel reported that three weeks of off-and-on rainstorms have left the skies and mountains over Southern California crystal clear. Last night I was enjoying dinner at an outdoor restaurant ...

By Argus Hamilton March 1, 2024
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Puzzles for Week of March 3, 2024
Wonderword, Sudoku & Crossword from Courier print edition

The Daily Courier's print edition puzzles are available for the week of March 3, 2024.

March 1, 2024
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Yesterday was Leap Day, a strange addition to the calendar that is made every four years to keep it aligned with Earth’s revolutions around the Sun. Without it, we would become increasingly out of sync with the seasons. Which brings up some interesting questions.

By PAULA HEWING, Courier Columnist February 29, 2024

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