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Kids Fun 2015

Click to read our pageflip e-edition of section C from the May 31, 2015 Prescott Daily Courier - Kids Fun.

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Graduation Commemorative 2015

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the May 2015: Graduation 2015 - Salute to Seniors insert in The Daily Courier.

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Bride & Groom Wedding Guide 2015

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the February 2015 Prescott Bridal Affaire insert in The Daily Courier.

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Cookie Contest 2014 Winners and Recipes

Fry's and The Daily Courier would like to thank the community for submitting over 150 scrumptious holiday cookie recipes. On behalf of The Daily Courier staff, we would like to thank the management staff and employees of Fry's Food Stores for making this year's event a success for all. Winners as well as all finalist recipes can be found below.

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We Salute Our Local Veterans, 2014

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the November 2014 We Salute Our Local Veterans insert in The Daily Courier.

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Holiday Cookie Contest

Do you have a favorite family cookie recipe? You could win one of three Fry's Gift Cards awarded from each of the three Prescott area stores for this years 2014 Fry's cookie contest! That's a total of nine gift card prizes!

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2014 Home Health & Lifestyle Expo

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the September 2014 Home, Health & Lifestyles Expo insert in The Daily Courier.

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Senior Living Resource Guide

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication of the Yavapai County Senior living Resource Guide from The Daily Courier.

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Prescott Arizona Sesquicentennial

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication of Prescott Arizona Sesquicentennial special collectors issue from The Daily Courier.

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Welcome Home - New Residents Guide

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the June 2014: Welcome Home - New Residents Guide insert.

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Kids Fest - 2014 Summer Guide

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the June 2014: Kids Fest - 2014 Summer Guide insert.

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"World's Oldest Rodeo" - Frontier Days 2014

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the June 2014: "World's Oldest Rodeo" - Frontier Days 2014 insert.

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Courier special section wrap: Honoring the Fallen

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the June 30, 2014 edition wrap of The Daily Courier honoring the fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots.

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Quad-City Pet Focus 2014

Click to read our pageflip e-edition publication from the February 2014 Quad-City Pet Focus insert in The Daily Courier.

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Blog: Woman kicked out of restaurant after taking blind man's money

On September 10, 2013 a blind man walked into the Dairy Queen restaurant in Hopkins, Minnesota unaware that he was about to robbed. Behind the counter was 19-year-old Joey Prusak.

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Blog: Arming Arizona's teachers seems like a terrible idea.

Representative (R-Sierra Vista) David Stevens is once again shopping his controversial HB 2412 legislation to lawmakers.

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Gallery: Chimney Ranch Mobile Home Park environmental violations

Yavapai County Development Services staff discover environmental violations at Chimney Ranch Mobile Home Park in Mayer, Ariz. Friday, January 24, 2014.

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GMOs: Science to rescue or ticking time bomb?

Hello Simply Fit readers. I want you to use your imagination for a moment; picture a scientist in a lab, let's call him Frank. Frank is proudly helping to nudge Mother Nature along by removing specific genetic traits from an organism (plant, animal, bacteria, virus, fungus) and then adding those traits to an entirely different organism. Imagine that you ...

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Blog: Baseball Hall voters get it unanimously wrong again

Congrats to Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas on being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday. An immortal class.Maddux was the sure-fire pick to be the first player in history to receive a unanimous vote for enshrinement.But, no.

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Eco_Logic: Resolving for better year, world

I was born on the first day of the '50s. Being a New Year's baby has always made me acutely aware of the changing of the year, and New Year's resolutions have typically been fairly significant to me. I like to think that I am a man of integrity, and when I say that I will do something, I do it. A promise is a promise, even when made to myself.

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Press Pass: Goodwill, giving all year round

While considering my resolutions for 2014 and looking at dCourier.com, I was struck by our community's amount of giving. Every year around Christmas time, we see wonderful displays of Prescott-area residents' charitable hearts.

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Blog: Are you ready for Super Bowl Tuesday??

Listen up, NFL. It's bad enough you messed with my Super Bowl. Now you're messing with messing with it.

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It's official: Study proves junk food is cheaper than real food

Hello Simply Fit readers. Does it cost more to eat a healthy diet? According to a study by The Harvard School of Public Health, the answer is yes, and the price difference is about $1.50 per day per person. This equates to about $550 per year, and over $2,200 for a family of four. I don't know about you, but I don't have that much extra cash burning a hole in my pocket.

View a list of 2013 holiday events and happenings

Keeping up with Prescott's official title of "Arizona's Christmas City," a cornucopia of holiday events are taking place this year. Click this story to see some of these Holiday Happenings in and around Prescott, Arizona.