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Jim Wright
City Editor

Jim Wright is the copy editor for Prescott News Network.

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"Hearing loss resulting from aging can not only be inconvenient, it can fast-track the risk of dementia, falls, hospitalizations and diminished physical and mental health overall,” according to a Johns Hopkins University/National Institute on Aging study.

By Jim Wright June 28, 2022
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There’s something about having a small animated dog around the house that brightens a day. I know; I’ve had one in the household for a little less than half my life, and those have been the best times I’ve known.

By Jim Wright June 25, 2022
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If you miss the old days of managers arguing with umpires after a disputed call on a baseball field, by all means, read on.

By Jim Wright June 14, 2022
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On Saturday, May 28, I attended the rededication of the Rolling Hills Cemetery, straddling Ruger Road adjacent to Prescott Regional Airport. You may have seen the coverage in Tuesday’s Courier.

By Jim Wright May 31, 2022
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A few weeks back I was talking television with some colleagues about TV back in the day, and I mentioned a few shows that I’ve grown to love through syndication, after not paying that much attention during their initial run.

By Jim Wright May 18, 2022
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Being outdoorsy kind of people, my wife and I decided the best way to celebrate Mother’s Day this past weekend would be to go for a hike in the beautiful Prescott National Forest.

By Jim Wright May 10, 2022
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The return to normal from the COVID pandemic in the Quad Cities continued this past weekend, and it was great to see two favorite events make their return after cancellations the past two years due to the pandemic.

By Jim Wright May 3, 2022
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Residents received some optimistic news Thursday night regarding the progress of fighting the Crooks Fire near Palace Station south of Prescott.

By Jim Wright April 28, 2022
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This summer marks 40 years since I graduated from high school. Time certainly does fly … at warp speed.

By Jim Wright April 27, 2022
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While on my recent trip to Spain, we visited the city of Segovia, home of a famous aqueduct built by the Romans in around 89 AD.

By Jim Wright April 25, 2022

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