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Dear Annie: Keeping in touch

Dear Annie: For almost three years after college, I worked at a science camp in the nearby mountains year-round.

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Feature Home: Grand Opening - Dorn Homes at Talking Rock

15470 N. Hatfield Drive • Prescott Two brand new model homes just completed!

15470 N. Hatfield Drive • Prescott Two brand new model homes just completed!

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Ask the Contractor: Heated driveway carries cost but melts snow

Last week we received a call from a homeowner who was interested in installing a heated driveway.

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Dear Annie: Problematic friendship

Dear Annie: I started to gradually notice changes in my friendship with “Marla” while I was having marital trouble.

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Moore: Water foul foraging behavior in winter

This past week I received an interesting email from which I quote, “Hi Eric...I go for a walk every morning at sunrise.

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Save the tooth: Looking at advances in dentistry

The dentistry of today is not what it used to be and thank goodness! The dentist your parents and grandparents saw for care is in the past.

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Prescott medical imaging introduces technology to detect bone loss disease

Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) – gold standard technology for measuring bone mass and diagnosing osteoporosis – is now available at Prescott Medical Imaging (PMI) in Prescott.

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Hamilton: Caravan heading to Canada if Dems don’t win

BEVERLY HILLS--God Bless America, and how’s everybody? President Trump announced Thursday he’s sending fifteen thousand troops to the border to halt the Guatemalan caravan that’s trudging north through Mexico now.

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Dear Annie: The stranger in my house

Dear Annie: I’m wondering whether you have a copy of a piece that I believe was in an Ann Landers column.

How to address fall prevention for older adults

Every year, more than one out of four adults — age 65 or older — fall, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those who fall, more than 800,000 are hospitalized because of injuries, usually to the head or hip.

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Award-winning author to speak

Novelist Marra coming to Yavapai College on Nov. 9

Continuing its 10th anniversary celebration, the Literary Southwest presents a reading by award-winning fiction writer, Anthony Marra, at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, in the Yavapai College Library’s Susan N. Webb Community Room, Building 19, on the Prescott campus.

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Powers: Responsible dog ownership

All About Pets

Owning a dog, or any pet, is a huge responsibility, one that must be taken very seriously. According to the American Kennel Club, “Owning a dog is a long-term emotional and financial commitment.”

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Pet Focus: Selena — Miss Kitty’s

Selena is a gorgeous dark tortoiseshell with medium hair, beautiful green eyes and the most interesting feathering on her tail. She is 1½ years old.

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Pet Focus: Freya — Miss Kitty’s

Freya is a tortoiseshell. Calm and collected, this little girl would rather be curled up next to her human than be doing anything else.

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Pet Focus: Taylor — Catty Shack

Taylor is a 4-month-old orange tabby male. He is the kitten of a feral mom and was born in the garage of the wonderful lady that took in his mother. But despite his tough start to life, he is a very outgoing and loving boy.

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Dear Annie: Husband is nice to hurtful neighbor

Dear Annie: I am an active member of my small community and have served on many boards, including as an elected official.

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Jackson: 1950s, 60s were the best easy-listening musical era

In my opinion, which admittedly is very humble, there will never be another easy-listening musical era comparable to the 1950s and ’60s.

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PUSD Student of the Week: Ember Fennell

Ember Fennell is hard worker who always does her best!

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Bluhm: Government still finding creative ways to waste money

Want a $1,220 cup of coffee? No, I don’t mean an extra-large, special Pumpkin Spice Latte served in a golden mug.

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YBBBS Child of the Week: Devin

Devin likes to be on the go. “He (Devin) is very adventurous,” his aunt said.

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CASA Case of the Month: Katie

A CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer is needed to serve as an advocate for 12-year-old “Katie.”

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Dear Annie: Husband’s ex keeps popping up

My husband and I have been together for nine years and married for four years. His ex-wife remarried 12 years ago, but she is not happy in her marriage.

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Pressmen of Frontier Arizona: Bringing Civilization to the Wilderness

James Henry McClintock was himself a remarkable individual in Arizona history.  He was a teacher, civil servant, journalist, cavalry officer in the Rough Riders, and author, so it was with no little insight that he penned the following in his 1916 work on Arizona history:

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Dear Annie: Overboard cat lady

Dear Annie: I am writing about a friend I’ve had for 35 years. My friend is 60 years old.

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An officer dedicated to protecting families, children and the greater community

Recipient of the 2018 Arizona Elks Enrique Camarena Award

When Jim Tobin was a high schooler in Prescott in 1985, special agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena was an undercover agent for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration who was captured, tortured and killed by a cartel in Guadalajara, Mexico.