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Lew Rees joins the Courier, Prescott News Network as events/marketing director

Local celebrity returns to Quad Cities with energy, enthusiasm

When Lew Rees sat at his new desk at The Daily Courier, on Aug. 30, he carried on a wide-ranging conversation in a calm, cool and collected tone.

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Chamber Focus: Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters opens new location

The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters to town and its new location recently with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Bears rout Youngker 54-14

Prep Football

PRESCOTT VALLEY — For the first time in eight years on Friday night, Bradshaw Mountain’s football team opened a season at 3-0. And the squad accomplished the mark in its inaugural game on Bob Pavlich Field’s gorgeous new artificial turf.

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Catch 22 suspects arrested in PV, Florida

Yavapai Silent Witness paying out $500 reward to tipster

Two Silent Witness Catch 22 suspects have been arrested recently — one in Florida and one in Prescott Valley.

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Preview: Bradshaw Mountain football buzzing with excitement

Prep Football

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The buzz around the 2018 Bradshaw Mountain football team, which owns a 2-0 record to start a season for the first time in five years, seems to be growing.

Ask the Contractor: YCCA shows commitment, pride in community

A glimpse in the rearview mirror may look distant to some and unfamiliar to others, but the dusty dirt road from 1961’s Home Builders Association as it morphed into the YCCA of today remains compacted with years of industry pride, commitment, collaboration and a modern sheen, paved with the sweat of four generations.

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Boy struck by vehicle on May 7 back to school, doing well

Fire department recognizes student’s friend who called 911

A sense of joy was clear throughout the room when Nathan Rendl got up from his seat in the Chino Valley Town Council Chambers and walked up to the podium on his own Monday night, Aug. 27.

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Roughrider soccer finally starts season, trounces South Mountain 6-3

Junior College Soccer

After its 2018 season opener at Phoenix College was postponed in regulation time due to poor weather on Aug. 23, and its home opener versus Irvine Valley (California) was cancelled by rain on Aug. 25, the Yavapai College soccer team was victorious in its first full match Tuesday.

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Luxury PV apartments pushing for December move-in date

Pre-lease agreements signed for 20 percent of Phase I

Interested renters began applying this month for units in the Homestead Talking Glass Luxury Apartments located near Prescott Valley’s Entertainment District on Main Street and Florentine Road.

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Little League leader is 2017 Dewey-Humboldt Volunteer of Year

The Dewey-Humboldt Little League president, Lindsay Statler, earned the 2017 Dewey-Humboldt Volunteer of the Year.

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Dr. Madelyn Melchiors graduates

Madelyn Melchiors graduated May 11, with a DVM from Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.

Local in Brief: Chino Valley Police Department Citizen Academy

Come learn about the local Police Department. Meet the officers.

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Prescott Valley in Brief: Check your speed on Glassford Hill Road

Thanks to the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, the Prescott Valley Police Department has purchased two ELAN City radar speed signs.

3 parking lots in Prescott Valley slated to get upgrades

As Norm Davis, Prescott Valley’s director of Public Works, said during budget hearings several months ago, “This is the year of the parking lot.”

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NAZ Suns to face G League champ 3 times as club releases 2018-19 schedule

NBA G League

PRESCOTT VALLEY — For the third consecutive year, the Northern Arizona Suns will open the season at the Prescott Valley Event Center, hosting the Santa Cruz Warriors on Nov. 3, the club announced Monday afternoon.

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Equestrian Association to put on all breed show Sept. 2

The Chino Valley Equestrian Association is putting on an All Breed Open Horse Show over Labor Day Weekend.

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Editorial cartoon (b): August 29, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): August 29, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): August 29, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): August 29, 2018

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Editorial: A step in the right direction

When the Northern Arizona Veteran Affairs Health Care System was notified by national officials in June that its nursing home facility in Prescott, the Community Living Center, ranked as the lowest VA of any in the country, the distinction was a black eye for the facility.

Letter: Chino Valley grocery stores

Mr. Paul Knudsen asked the question “Is it true that a vote was made years ago that restricted the number of grocery stores in Chino Valley to one store?”

Obituary: William J. Charles

William J. Charles, 63, born Jan. 13, 1955, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, died July 23, 2018, in Cordes Lakes, Arizona. Affordable Burial & Cremation, LLC of Prescott Valley, Arizona, handled all arrangements.

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Judge gives GOP gubernatorial hopeful Bennett 4 more hours to qualify for campaign funds

PHOENIX -- Ken Bennett got four more hours to gather more donations to qualify for public funding for his gubernatorial campaign.

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Prescott Valley celebrates its 40th anniversary

Festivities continue Sunday, Aug. 26

Prescott Valley celebrated its 40th anniversary with a gigantic party at the civic center Saturday, Aug. 25, and the festivities are set to continue Sunday, Aug. 26.

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Yavapai College celebrates 50th anniversary

Yavapai College held the kickoff to its 50th anniversary celebrations at the Prescott Campus Saturday, Aug. 25, with a full day of festivities.

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Arizona Supreme Court rejects $650K dog bite case against Sheriff’s Office

PHOENIX — The state's high court has thrown out the $650,000 verdict awarded by a jury to a former Pima County resident who was bitten and permanently disfigured by a sheriff's department dog.

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