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Finding and Making the Good made its reappearance recently with the recognition of Abby Brill.

December 4, 2021
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Dear Annie: My wife of 44 years passed away after a nine-day bout with cancer.

By Annie Lane December 4, 2021
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As you drive toward Cordes Junction on Arizona Highway 69, the ruins of what was originally King Woolsey’s Agua Frio Ranch are visible on the left as you near the town of Humboldt.

By MICK WOODCOCK Special to the Courier December 4, 2021
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In 1873, a Telegraph Ball was held in Tucson to celebrate completion of the first military telegraph to the town.

December 4, 2021
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The 2021 Bradshaw Mountain High valedictorian who earned a prestigious, four-year scholarship to Arizona State University is rocking her freshman year.

By Nanci Hutson December 4, 2021
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Desert De Oro’s Inc. Fork in the Road Restaurants recently donated almost $28,000 to the Dignity Health-Yavapai Regional Medical Center Foundation “Boot Out Cancer” fundraising program to benefit the BreastCare Center on the hospital’s east campus.

December 4, 2021
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Sending cards is a wonderful tradition during the Holiday Season and we are pleased to be able to highlight and honor our student artwork. Instead of purchasing cards, we use our winning student designs.

By TIM CARTER Yavapai County School Superintendent December 4, 2021
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Todd Brown’s mattress order arrives in pieces from Amerisleep. After waiting months, he just wants a refund. Is that allowed?

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Courier digital subscribers can print this Wonderword Puzzle challenge. This feature will print on standard 8.5x11-inch paper.

December 4, 2021
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DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm 71 and have had both Moderna COVID-19 vaccination shots.

By Dr. Keith Roach December 3, 2021
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Dear Readers: Thank you for all your responses to "Letting Go Is Hard to Do."

By Annie Lane December 3, 2021
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Dear Annie: Both my adult daughter and her husband are employed. Since they do not cook, when my husband and I visit them, which is approximately four times a year, they send out for food and ask us to pay our share of the bill, or, on occasion, she will use my credit card to pay for the whole bill.

By Annie Lane December 2, 2021
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It is too easy to sweep ourselves into a frenzy over gift buying, travel, Christmas card lists, whether or not we’re going to crash diet before the New Year — the list goes on

By Britt Flores, Courier Columnist December 2, 2021
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Feature Home: 6881 Claret Dr.
New Phase in Westwood at Deep Well Ranch

A new phase of lots has just been released in Prescott’s premiere new home community. Westwood is a charming neighborhood is the ideal place to plant roots in your dream home.

December 2, 2021
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It happened. Three emergency calls to the YCCA over the Thanksgiving holiday. Five in 2020 and five in 2019. “Sandy, our garbage disposal is clogged,” is how the phone call starts.

By Sandy Griffis December 2, 2021
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How do you keep a Christmas tree alive outside in the winter? Can you put a cut Christmas tree in soil? When should you plant your Christmas tree?

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier December 2, 2021
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Home, as we know, has become more central to many of us during the pandemic, and that means outdoors as well as in. This holiday season, designers and retailers have suggestions for updating window, door and yard decorations.

By KIM COOK, Associated Press December 2, 2021
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It’s hard to believe the end of 2021 is nearing. Many of us think about giving during this time of year, whether that is to our families, friends or community.

By LISA SAHADY Special to the Courier December 1, 2021
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I was driving eastbound on Rosser Street earlier this week, and just before I got to the community center, I saw a small bird perched atop a street sign in the median. Since I was driving, I only had a brief look with the naked eye, but I was pretty confident that what I saw was a mountain bluebird.

By Eric Moore December 1, 2021
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I am a single mother to my one daughter, who is now 29. She moved from our hometown because that’s where she met her husband, and she now has a son, my grandson, who is 1 1/2 years old.

By Annie Lane December 1, 2021
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Happenings and sermons in Prescott-area churches, congregations and places of worship, as of Dec. 2, 2021.

December 1, 2021
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Your age varies, and you are healthy or maybe experiencing your own infirmities. You live with, nearby or across the country from your loved one with dementia.

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Moderate to heavy drinking over an extended period may increase the risk of a dangerous type of irregular heartbeat in adults under 40, according to a new study from South Korea.

By KAREN SCHMIDT, American Heart Association News November 30, 2021
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Michael Capalbo was standing in an aisle at the pharmacy chain where he was a manager when he felt an intense burning sensation raging across his chest from shoulder to shoulder.

By DIANE DANIEL, American Heart Association News November 30, 2021
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How was your Black Friday? If you were one of the brave souls who headed out to shop, I hope you survived the ordeal. It may be the Season of Giving, but the spending happens first.

By Judy Bluhm November 30, 2021

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