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Loveall, Duryea, Bradley among those named All-Courier Player of the Year for spring 2018 season

Prep Sports

What follows is the Courier sports department’s selections for the 2018 Spring All-Courier Team.

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Ask the Contractor: Leathered granite is the future of kitchen countertops

Last week I made a delivery to a local countertop/cabinet businesses and in walking through the showroom, I ran my hand across a full-size kitchen island countertop displayed in a vignette and immediately said to the owner, “Oh, my gosh, what type of material is this?” I was told it was granite. I said, “Granite?” with disbelief and skepticism.

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Vehicle collision leads to felony arrest in PV

Man’s stalled truck on Hwy 89A had illegal items in it

The driver of a Ford F-350 was arrested Monday night, Aug. 6, after the truck was rear-ended on Highway 89 and responding officers found a variety of illegal items in it while investigating the collision.

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Crosswalk boxes, wattles, new vehicles on council agenda

The Prescott Valley Town Council meets at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, to discuss and possibly approve the replacement of 154 pedestrian signal boxes, among other agenda items.

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Prescott Valley in Brief: Chat with Supervisor Smith

What's happening in Prescott Valley, Arizona?

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Be an informed voter — come hear candidates for D-H mayor, council Thursday

The Mayoral-Council Candidate forum for Dewey-Humboldt residents takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at the Cherry Creek Ranch Event Center, Highway 169 and Foothill Drive.

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Town wins top award from Healthy Arizona Worksites

The highest level awarded by Healthy Arizona Worksites, the Platinum Award, was given to the Town of Prescott Valley July 19 at the Town Council meeting.

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Corridor calendar: Cordes Lakes Days planning underway

Cordes Lakes Days is in the planning phase with the parade starting at the Community Center and going to ’50s Diner, where the event will be held.

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Space still available for vendors, entertainers, artisans and more for Prescott Valley 40th Anniversary weekend

Prescott Valley’s 40th Anniversary weekend is only three weeks away, and the town still has room at the celebration for commercial and non-profit vendors, artisans, car show entries, and entertainers.

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No child fell asleep on bus, few shed tears on first day of school

No crying, clinging children in Lynette Buskirk’s kindergarten class were evident this year.

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Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters cited as top state charity by national business website

When it comes to giving to a charity, a national business website is clear one cannot go wrong when making a donation to Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters — the nonprofit earned top billing in Arizona.

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Bergner: LeBron James goes above and beyond with ‘I Promise School’

Raising Prescott

The first day of school has come and gone for most local kids in the Prescott, Prescott Valley and surrounding areas.

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Learn about local mining history, stamp mill on Wednesday

After the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society’s monthly general meeting, Charlie Connell will give a presentation on Fain Park Mining History, followed by a presentation on the historical society’s own Two Stamp Mill.

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#InvestInEd group says lawmakers misleading voters in education tax

PHOENIX — Saying voters are purposely being misled, organizers of the #InvestInEd initiative asked a judge on Friday to force lawmakers to recraft the description of the measure that will go to voters.

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Study: Arizona schools continue to rank low

New study from WalletHub comes as education takes center stage in political races

PHOENIX — Arizona schools are near the bottom of the barrel nationally when academics, class size and even student bullying are considered, at least according to a financial advice website.

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Birth Announcements: August 6, 2018

Birth Announcements: August 6, 2018

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State candidates offer thoughts on water

Solutions range from hydroponics, metered wells to teeth in laws, conservation efforts

An attentive audience at Saturday’s candidate forum on water issues posed some pointed questions to the Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG), sponsor of the forum that took place at the Granite Peak Universalist Unitarian Church Congregation.

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Domestic violence call ends in Prescott Valley man getting shot, air-lifted to Flagstaff

A domestic violence call in Prescott Valley ended with a gunshot wound victim being airlifted to the Flagstaff Medical Center for treatment Friday night.

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County redefines vehicle damage, accidents, incidents

Road hazards, weather, animals — not all damage needs repair

“All along, along, there were incidents and accidents,” Paul Simon sings in his 1986 song, “You Can Call Me Al.”

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PV Police arrest wrong-way driver on Highway 69

Driver had blood on him, car; admitted to smoking meth

On July 29, at about 3:30 p.m., Prescott Valley Police officers responded to several reports of a reckless wrong way driver travelling at excessive speeds eastbound in the westbound lanes of Highway 69 in Prescott Valley.

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Obituary: Betty Louise Dodge

Betty Louise Dodge, 77, Oct. 3, 1940, in Los Angeles, California, died Aug. 1, 2018, in Dewey, Arizona Affordable Burial & Cremation, LLC of Prescott Valley, Arizona, handled all arrangements.

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Ask the Contractor: Random acts of kindness

The article in The Daily Courier on July 24, “A movement to end homelessness in Prescott,” made me realize that we are a movement of people creating events and random acts of kindness to spread hope, love, compassion and light.

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NAZ Suns announce two open tryouts in September

NBA G League

PRESCOTT VALLEY — For the third consecutive season, the Northern Arizona Suns will host two open tryouts prior to the upcoming campaign in Prescott Valley, the team announced Thursday afternoon.

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Fain Park open again

Novaline Brewer, 5, and younger brother, Jessie, 3, enjoy an afternoon of play at Fain Park after the Town of Prescott Valley reopened the park Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 1.

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Former NAZ Suns coach Ty Ellis tapped to lead Stockton Kings in 2018-19

NBA G League

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The coaching carousel between the NBA and its minor league NBA Gatorade League counterpart continued Wednesday when former Northern Arizona Suns head coach Tyrone Ellis confirmed he will become the next head coach of the Stockton Kings.

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