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Nanci Hutson
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To at least a dozen toddlers and pre-school aged children in the last four years, Jodi McCabe is the lady who played games, read and snacked with them because her heart told her it was the right thing to do.

By Nanci Hutson June 24, 2019
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In Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Anna Young’s job, the heartbreak of a neglected or abused child removed from their home is tempered by heartwarming moments when a child is either reunited with family or adopted into a new “forever home.”

By Nanci Hutson June 24, 2019
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The Coalition for Compassion and Justice is devoting all its energies these days to ending homelessness.

By Nanci Hutson June 23, 2019
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Chris Chamberlain never imagined he would end up living on a sleeping mat inside a homeless shelter.

By Nanci Hutson June 23, 2019
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PHS student hopes 100,000-mile challenge benefits school
Cross-country runner engages community in an effort to raise funds

Prescott High School Badger Erin Kennedy is an energizer cross-country racer putting sneaker to asphalt this summer and fall so as to inspire others to join her 100,000-mile challenge — running, walking, reading, playing chess, even building a robot.

By Nanci Hutson June 22, 2019
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Local residents who wish to offer an opinion about Prescott Unified School district’s 2019-20 proposed budget will have the chance at 5 p.m.

By Nanci Hutson June 21, 2019
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The Margaret T. Morris Center on Sunset Avenue in Prescott will celebrate 20th anniversary as a family-style assisted living facility catering to seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia disorders.

By Nanci Hutson June 20, 2019
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A national search to find a new chancellor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has come to a close with the selection of the professor and dean at Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University.

By Nanci Hutson June 19, 2019
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Declining enrollment puts squeeze on Quad Cities school districts
Fewer students at area schools means loss of state funding

In area school districts, the impact of declining enrollment in 10 of the state’s 15 counties — a drop of 10,000 students over the past decade – is something school leaders and governing boards wrestle with every year.

By Nanci Hutson June 18, 2019
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The federal VA is investing big bucks into the local VA that has a history dating back into the mid-1800s.

By Nanci Hutson June 17, 2019

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