Jason Wheeler

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Veterans cook for the community

Local chef Harley Ray Guy and four U.S. VETS culinary students prepared a four-course dinner Saturday, May 19 for Master Chef II – Passport to Paris.

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Local author holds book signing at funeral home

‘The Digger’s Daughter’ details humorous stories about family’s funeral home business

Posey Moore Nash, the author who wrote “The Digger’s Daughter” held a book signing at Hampton Funeral Home Saturday, May 5.

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Doll Skin, Co-Op headline inaugural PV Music Festival May 19-20

Doll Skin, signed by Megadeth’s David Ellefson, and Co-Op, led by Alice Cooper’s son Dash Cooper, are set to headline the inaugural, two-day Prescott Valley Music Festival this weekend.

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Dave Stamey returns for Elks show

Though he’s performed in Prescott a number of times, Dave Stamey is returning for his second solo show, this time at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.

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Camerata singers perform spirituals, American folk songs on Saturday

The Camerata Singers are performing a concert on Saturday of spirituals and American folk songs, which the group’s music director, Dan Boyce, said is out of the norm compared to what the group usually performs, but he likes to challenge the singers.

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Walk for the Animals now at Mile High Middle School

Yavapai Humane Society’s seventh annual Walk for the Animals event is this weekend at Mile High Middle School.

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What’s allowed at graduation? Rules explained, from cellphones to air horns

Different districts have different rules

The caps and gowns, the pomp and circumstance, the speeches — high school seniors around the Quad City Area are getting ready to move on to the next chapter in their lives.

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YBBBS' Promise Makers and Women of Influence honored

The 40 honorees have raised nearly $150,000 for YBBBS since September

Deb Balzano, a volunteer Big Sister with Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, was accompanied by Little Sister Gema as the two unveiled the Women of Influence and Promise Makers Wall of Honor at the Prescott Resort Wednesday, May 9.

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Del Rio fourth graders get hands-on lesson in Arizona history

Working on a small loom just outside of the Del Rio Elementary School library, fourth grader Estara Hofer was enjoying the experience, weaving without the use of electronics.

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Bicycle, antique horn speakers sold at Art & Wine Festival

One-of-a-kind bugle speaker among the others

As the day rolled into the afternoon Saturday, May 12, Pete Lane stood out on a small section of courthouse plaza while a popular song by The Beatles played, amplified by a bicycle horn.

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