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Sonoran Prevention Works volunteer Nick Panlibuton, right, teaches Prescott residents John and Linda Lutes about how to administer naloxone, an emergency response medication used to reverse an opioid overdose, during a candlelight vigil hosted in Prescott Wednesday, Dec. 12. (Max Efrein/Courier)

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When he was 17 years old, William Marchbanks lost his cousin to a heroin overdose in Flagstaff. Now 25, he just lost his close friend in Flagstaff to the same substance.

By Max Efrein December 15, 2018