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Congratulations to Brody Caccei from Granville Elementary for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.

September 22, 2020
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Thank you to all who responded to my last column about our aging pets. I think it struck a chord with many people. It is not an easy time to watch them age, but we must enjoy and make the best of every single day.

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My mother-in-law is a widow and lives next door to my husband and me. I have never felt like we had privacy, as she would walk over whenever she felt like it and visit without calling first.

By Annie Lane September 21, 2020
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I am a 72-year-old man in good health. I have lost about 12 pounds in the past year, with no explanation. I’m 5 feet, 9 1/2 inches tall, and my morning weight has dropped from 166-168 pounds to 154-156 pounds. It is still slowly falling.

By Dr. Keith Roach September 21, 2020
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Courier digital subscribers can print this Wonderword Puzzle challenge. This feature will print on standard 8.5x11-inch paper.

September 21, 2020
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Dear Readers: A great many of you wrote in with wonderful suggestions for the father and stressed-out grandma who are having trouble with his ex-wife because she is making visitation with the kids difficult if not impossible.

By Annie Lane September 20, 2020
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Psychology Today published a nationwide survey which finds that Americans are more cynical about the future than at any time in the past eighty years. Last week a reporter asked me if I had plans for the fall. It took me a moment to realize he meant autumn, and not the collapse of civilization.

By Argus Hamilton September 20, 2020
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Every piece of pottery tells a tale. The unique Native American art form known as storyteller pottery does so both literally and figuratively.

By EMILY LANE, Special to the Courier September 19, 2020
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In 1864, the First Territorial Legislature convened in Prescott, adopted a code of laws, created the four original counties of Pima, Mohave, Yavapai and Yuma and established a university and a Board of Regents.

September 19, 2020
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I’m a man with a very difficult problem. My deceased wife and I separated. I was halfway through a six-month cancer treatment when she left. ...

By Annie Lane September 19, 2020
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Adam Gonia and his wife check into — and out of — a vacation rental they feel is dangerous. But Airbnb won’t refund their money. Do they have a case? If an Airbnb isn’t safe, can you get a refund?

By Chris Elliott, Syndicated Columnist September 19, 2020
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Courier digital subscribers can print this Wonderword Puzzle challenge. This feature will print on standard 8.5x11-inch paper.

September 19, 2020
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Dear Annie: I would like your input on how to handle a tricky situation. Many times, I am asked to write a letter of recommendation or make a recommendation for someone seeking a new job or promotion.

By Annie Lane September 18, 2020
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CDC Director Robert Redfield testified to the Senate Appropriations Committees Wednesday about progress on a COVID vaccine and cure.

By Argus Hamilton September 18, 2020
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Granville by Universal Homes in Prescott Valley is Northern Arizona’s most successful new home community. The Granville community enjoys over 2,300 home owners moving in over the last 20 years.

September 17, 2020
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The below article came to my desk through industry channels. With the permission of Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) we are printing this information in our column.

By Wes Davis, Special to the Courier September 17, 2020
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Chain saws can be great labor-saving tools. They can also quickly cause severe injury or death.

By Jeff Schalau, Courier Columnist September 17, 2020
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Now through Thanksgiving is the best time to plant privacy screens for the maximum growth necessary to have seclusion next year.

By Ken Lain Speical to the Courier September 17, 2020
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In recent years, brown anything in a living space was considered by some arbiters of decor as drab and outdated. But this fall the hue is back in favor, in part because of the unsettled, anxious state of the world.

By KIM COOK Associated Press September 17, 2020
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Happy “Back-to-School” week, sort of. Technically we have been back to school for a few weeks now, and this year I want to give a HUGE “thank you” to our PUSD for diligently communicating to all of the parents everything from school safety procedures to school supply lists to resources for parents, and the creation of amazing and exciting online classrooms.

By Britt Flores, Courier Columnist September 17, 2020
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My husband is in the high-risk category for catching COVID-19, and we have lost family and friends due to the disease. The issue is that we love seeing our grandchildren, but some people in our families view the pandemic as a “hoax” and are lax about following safety precautions.

By Annie Lane September 17, 2020
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News and happenings from Prescott-area churches and congregations.

September 16, 2020
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Vaccine mandates vs. religious beliefs
The legal arguments for upcoming coronavirus lawsuits

The longer COVID-19 rages on, the more the United States appears to be hanging its hopes on the development and rapid, mass distribution of a vaccine.

By By ROSS D. SILVERMAN For the AP September 16, 2020
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Last week, the title for my column was “Fall migration is in full swing at our local lakes.”  As I was writing my column this week, I realized I could have used the same title again!

By Eric Moore September 16, 2020
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My boyfriend follows more than 3,000 people on Instagram. And almost all of them are women. It didn’t bother me when we first started dating, because I figured that now that he had a girlfriend, he’d stop investing so much time in looking at women.

By Annie Lane September 16, 2020

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