Max Efrein

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Boy struck by vehicle on May 7 remains in serious condition

Fundraiser in PV set for June 3

A 12-year-old who was struck by a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old girl in Prescott Valley on May 7 remains in serious condition.

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State forestry to implement more closures to state-owned lands

Yavapai County not impacted yet

While all of Yavapai County remains in Stage 2 Fire Restrictions, a good portion of state-owned and National Forest lands have been closed for recreational purposes (see map).

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Why some court cases drag on for years

Some of the county’s longest inmates await trial

There’s a man who’s been in the custody of the Yavapai County jail for more than 10 years, and his trial is still not in sight.

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Yavapai County Fair, 4-H break up; go separate ways

When business relationships sour, rarely are personal feelings left out of the equation.

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Fire south of Walker causes limited evacuations

One structure burned

A wildfire that started just south of Walker Wednesday morning, May 16, led to the evacuation of residents located off of Bluff Road east of Poachers Way.

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Wildland fire along Fain Road claims 54 acres

Wind-driven fire chars grasslands; no structures damaged

A wildland fire along Fain Road in Prescott Valley charred about 54 acres of grassland before being declared contained around 1 p.m., Monday, May 14.

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Wildlife managers educate, enforce in face of off-highway vehicle boom

A balance between public safety, encouraging outdoor recreation

Try heading up to Crown King in the Bradshaw Mountains on a weekend this time of year, and you’ll see off-highway vehicles just about everywhere you look.

Arizona Attorney General: CAFMA is legal entity, does not disenfranchise voters

State representatives get answers to most questions

The Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) is a legal entity under Arizona law, according to a recent opinion released by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

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More than 400 attend open house on proposed 3,300-home development

Weighing in on Granite Dells

The ire was palpable as members of the public ushered into the Prescott City Council chamber Tuesday evening, May 8.

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Fires threaten Prescott, PV and county

Prescott Valley residential home complete loss

Prescott Valley residential fire By the time firefighters were notified and responded to a home fire on Las Flores Drive in Prescott Valley Tuesday night, May 8, the home was already 75 percent involved in flame.

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