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Arizona State trooper faces felony charges for forgery, fraud, theft

PHOENIX – After an internal audit and investigation, Arizona Department of Public Safety detectives arrested Pedro Javier Aguila Muniz on felony charges of forgery, fraud and theft.

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As many as 12 child abuse complaints against Prescott Valley facility

The Prescott Valley Police Department Criminal Investigations Section is actively investigating potentially a total of 12 cases of alleged child abuse at a child care center. Two facilities are involved.

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Man sought in 'Catch 22' has charges from 2010

Using a firearm in a felony crime is one of the charges facing a man long sought in Yavapai County.

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Camp Verde brings Cornfest back for 27th year

After a one-year hiatus, Camp Verde’s Cornfest is back. One of the town’s signature events, Cornfest is back for its 27th year on Saturday July 20 from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.

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Thunder & Lightnin’ on the big stage at the Grasshopper Grill

Due to the growing popularity of the Grasshopper Grill’s live music offerings on weekends, performers now present their shows on the wide, elevated lighted stage in the larger dining area.

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Egyptologist to give presentation at Sedona’s Andrea Smith Gallery

The Andrea Smith Gallery will host some dear Egyptian friends of 25 years July 19 for an evening of history, education, easy conversation, and great company.

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Cottonwood Clippers’ membership soars

The Cottonwood Clippers Swim Team has a record number of swimmers this year but still manages to maintain the camaraderie.

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Mingus Union football alumni return to Bright Field

For one night it was Marauder versus Marauder at Mingus Union in an event that brought the Mingus football family closer together.

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Serious distance runners can’t stay away from Flagstaff, lure of high altitude

FLAGSTAFF – When Nick Hilton crammed everything he owned into his 1999 Volkswagen GTI back in 2012, he had only seen pictures of Flagstaff, the city that would soon be his home.

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Commentary: Common knowledge today no secret 50 years ago

When told Friday that Flagstaff has become the training site of choice for long-distance runners from all over the world, Young just laughed. “We knew that 50 years ago.”

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Letter: Bypass -- without roundabouts -- was built for cement trucks

I have lived on 89A since before the roundabouts and called it the bypass road since it was built for the cement trucks and I understand with financial aid from the cement plant so the cement trucks could avoid downtown Clarkdale and Cottonwood. NOTE: Bypass and for the cement trucks.

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Editorial: ‘Pay me now or pay me later’ this year’s motto for Yavapai County, Clarkdale

Do voter voices matter? Both Yavapai County and Town of Clarkdale voters have said no to taxes they're getting stuck with anyway.

Reader Poll:

Should Nike receive a $1 million incentive from the Arizona Commerce Authority to locate a new 500-employee factory in Goodyear?

  • Yes 21%
  • No 79%

197 total votes

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Obituary: Edna Maxine Lopez 1932-2019

Edna Maxine Lopez, 87, of Cottonwood, passed away July 6, 2019. She was born May 25, 1932, in Versailles, Indiana, to Cecil E. Lemen and Alice Dearinger.

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Obituary: Pauline Carter 1941-2019

Pauline “Grandma” Carter went home to Jesus on July 8, 2019. Pauline was born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, on Feb. 24, 1941, to Bertha Watts and Wilson Ryder.

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Obituary: Teresa Susan Williams 1959-2019

Teresa Susan Williams Susie “Sunshine” Williams, 60, of Sedona, Arizona, passed suddenly on Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at her home in Cornville, Arizona.