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Gone but not forgotten: Giraffe at Out of Africa dies

It won’t be easy for Out of Africa Wildlife Park to replace one of its most popular animals, a 20-year-old kissing giraffe named Kibo, who passed away Tuesday.

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Homeowner’s associations have more tools to deal with short-term rentals

Homeowner’s associations — and the residents who live in neighborhoods that have one — seem to enjoy some unique protections from a state law enacted in 2016, that aren’t afforded to other property owners.

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Gov. Ducey plans to take second look at state’s short-term rental law

Ducey conceded that the 2016 law, SB 1350, may be being used in ways that were not intended and have been “disruptive.’’ And that, he said, may include the practice of real estate speculators buying up homes in neighborhoods for the sole purpose of turning them into short-term rentals.

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Gone but not forgotten: Giraffe at Out of Africa dies

It won’t be easy for Out of Africa Wildlife Park to replace one of its most popular animals, a 20-year-old kissing giraffe named Kibo, who passed away Tuesday.

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Camp Verde ‘Mulch Fire’ likely to smolder for months

CAMP VERDE – The 1-acre Mulch Fire continues to burn and produce smoke due to deep internal smoldering within massive mulch piles, and wildland firefighters continue to monitor it within Yavapai County’s Camp Verde Transfer Station, Coconino National Forest officials said Friday.

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Planning Commission supports Rimrock shopping plaza

COTTONWOOD – Dugan McDonald is less than a month away from seeing an 8.17-acre Rimrock parcel rezoned for development as a shopping center.

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Man sentenced to probation for sending illicit image to girl

A man recently pleaded guilty to a charge stemming from an incident in which he sent an explicit image to a minor.

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Yavapai County K9 team discovers nearly 30 pounds of narcotics

A 39-year-old Florida man was taken into custody Sunday after an I-40 traffic stop revealed he had narcotics in his vehicle, according to a Yavapai County Sheriff's Office release.

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Man suspected in burglaries has bail set at $35,000

A man jailed recently on charges stemming from being found with allegedly stolen items has his bond set Monday.

Reader Poll:

Given the county’s decision to raise property taxes next year, would you now vote to support an increase in the jail district sales tax in exchange for a reduced property tax rate in the future?

  • Yes 64%
  • No 36%

74 total votes

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Miscues costly for Mingus football at Combs

SAN TAN VALLEY — Mingus Union football started and finished their season opener strong but were unable to overcome second and third quarter mistakes.

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Ayersman and Sweeney shine at elite softball showcase

Mingus Union softball players Dylan Sweeney and Alexis Ayersman were surprised when they selected for the EXOS Select 50 instructional Showcase last month but more than showed they belonged.

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Local hole-in-one day

Thursday was quite the historical day for Verde Valley golf as two local players hit a hole-in-one.

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FTC video warns of growing online romance scams

You meet someone special on a dating website. Soon he wants to move off the dating site to email or phone calls. He tells you he loves you, but he lives far away — maybe for business, or because he’s in the military.

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Burning Tree picks up prestigious honors

Burning Tree Cellars of Cottonwood recently picked up two major awards at the “LUXLife” Magazine awards.

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Sedona Pathways Our Daily Journey: Aug. 21, 2019

In this place of golden silence as a great blue heron slips quietly across calm waters at sunset

Reader Poll:

Given the county’s decision to raise property taxes next year, would you now vote to support an increase in the jail district sales tax in exchange for a reduced property tax rate in the future?

  • Yes 64%
  • No 36%

74 total votes

See past polls