Dan Engler


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Man, tased, arrested after alleged attempted aggravated assault on police officer

A Cottonwood man was arrested Monday for alleged attempted aggravated assault on a police officer and several other charges following a disturbance on Old Town.

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Fire destroys home in Cornville

CORNVILLE – Verde Valley Fire District crews were called to a residential fire in Lower Oak Creek Estates Friday at about 3:18 p.m.

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PANT warrant results in 4 arrests

Tactical team used to secure Cottonwood residence

COTTONWOOD -- The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Saturday identified the four suspects arrested in an early morning drug raid Thursday in which officers used “sound bombs/flash bangs” at the Arroyo Seco home located in the Cottonwood Square/Cottonwood Commons community.

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Defensive-minded Mingus soccer team drops 1-0 game to Mohave

They say records can be deceiving, and that very well could be the case for the Mingus Union boys soccer team.

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Mingus’ Lucas Svoboda wins 145-pound title at Mile High Tourney

PRESCOTT – Facing off against some of the wrestling elite from Arizona and Colorado, Mingus Union 145-pounder Lucas Svoboda claimed the tournament championship in the Mile High Tourney at the Prescott Events Center.

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Slugggish Mingus boys fall on road to Kellis, 57-48

PHOENIX – One quarter of good basketball just doesn’t cut it.

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Mingus boys win second straight

Strong second half fuels 81-73 win over Washington

Friday, the Marauders blitzed visiting Prescott 74-51 and Tuesday Mingus won its second in a row with a solid 81-73 victory over Washington.

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Mingus girls push record to 5-2 with 42-32 road win over Washington

In basketball, it’s often all about making adjustments. That’s exactly what the Mingus Union girls did Tuesday for a reversal of fortunes and a 42-32 win over host Washington.

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Cottonwood athlete runs to All American honors

Allyson Arellano finishes runner-up in girls 17-18 U.S. Junior Olympics National Championships

Cottonwood’s Allyson Arellano had enough left to finish third overall and second among 17-18 year old girls among 146 runners in Saturday’s Junior Olympics Nationals. Arellano covered the 5-kilometer course in 19 minutes and .63-hundredths of a second.

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Mingus girls now 4-2; down Prescott 42-33

COTTONWOOD – The Mingus Union girls basketball team went full throttle from the opening tipoff Friday, jumping to a 16-1 first-quarter advantage and cruising home for a 42-33 win over visiting Prescott.

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