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World's Oldest Rodeo fun for everyone

There’s a lot more to Prescott’s annual rodeo than what happens in the arena, with something happening every day through Monday, July 4.

Speed campaign event gets message out

It was the political version of speed-dating Wednesday, June 22, as many of the candidates in the August primary made the rounds at an event hosted by the Republican Women of Prescott at Hotel St. Michael.

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Photographers open macro show at Arts Prescott Gallery

The “Hey Did You See That?” guest artist show premieres Friday, June 24, at Arts Prescott Gallery, featuring photographers Christy Garavetto in her debut alongside the established work of Jody Miller, known for her equine photography.

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Sunset Fire now 100 percent contained

The Sunset Fire is 100 percent contained at 52 acres.

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Yarnell residents get back to their routines

As the Tenderfoot Fire approaches full containment in the hills miles outside town, residents of Yarnell are returning to their normal routine.

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Juneteenth Jazz Splash this weekend will honor Ali

The Arcosanti Juneteenth Jazz Splash Festival enters its 18th year this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, June 18-19.

State sues auto glass business for violating Do Not Call Registry

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing an auto glass company for making illegal sales calls to former customers.

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Tenderfoot Fire more than half contained

Plans begin to release personnel, return control to local BLM

Fire officials are getting ready to turn control back to local authorities this week, after firefighters expanded containment of the Tenderfoot Fire to 61 percent Monday, June 13.

Good news in Yarnell: Residents headed home

It’s safe to come home.

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‘You get thinking about three years ago. That comes to mind.’ Emergency shelter continues at college

Northern Arizona American Red Cross provided shelter more than a dozen evacuees from Yarnell on Wednesday night, June 8.

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