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By 1875 the federal government had brought nearly all hostile Indians in Arizona Territory onto federal reservations, and that year Gen.
A recent Facebook posting on a local eatery's page a couple days ago wished congratulations to one of its staffers, a high school graduate from this past week.
When the City of Prescott unveiled its proposed 2013/2014 budget this past week, conspicuously absent was the long-discussed open-space purchase of the Granite Dells Resort property.
Allan Davis was only on active duty in the U.S. Air Force for four years, and that was 45 years ago, but his service forever changed his life.
Courtesy photo Southbound Interstate 17 reopened to traffic at Sunset Point at 3 p.m. Saturday after being closed for five hours because of a collision that killed two people and injured a third person several miles north of Black Canyon City.
This three-day weekend heralds the onset of three or four months of reveling in great weather.
An often emotional discussion about Central Yavapai Fire Chief Paul Nies' evaluation Tuesday showed he has solid support from two board members and his staff, but two board members gave his overall performance poor marks.
The driver of a 2013 Chevrolet Cruze that collided with a light pole near Prescott Airport Thursday afternoon was upgraded from serious condition to fair condition Friday.
John A. Willis, 53, of Williams, jailed in connection with the fatal shooting of an Ash Fork teenager, has "kept to himself" and not said much to investigators, Coconino County Sheriff's Office Lt.
Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier 'We are very disappointed in the actions of these young men,' said Prescott High School Principal Totsy McCraley.
Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier Prescott Firefighters and employees of the Alta Vista Senior Living Community attempt to hang a large American flag on the side of one of their buildings in honor of Memorial Day Thursday morning in Prescott.
The second annual Mile High Brewfest is approaching, and micro brewers are crafting their barrels of beer for the downtown Prescott event.
Girl Scouts Power Up! Anti-Bullying workshop is from 9 to 11 a.m. and noon to 2 p.m. June 10-13 at Washington Traditional School, 300 E. Gurley St., Prescott.
Between the three, the city's streets, water, and sewer systems could see a total of nearly $70 million in improvements in the next fiscal year.
A 41-year-old Prescott Valley woman was injured when the minivan she was driving collided with a light pole near Prescott Airport Thursday afternoon was airlifted to a Phoenix hospital for treatment for her injuries, Prescott Firefighter/Paramedic Jeff Jones said.
Courtesy photo MATForce's new television commercial features Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Nate Auvenshine with Mile High Middle School North Star Youth Partnership members Alli Kreutzer, Cheyenne Swearingen, Lucy Sobo, Lily Vickers, Kaitlyn Gagnon, Aubrey Kruetzer, Taliea Bice, Pearl Pucci, Cierra Halliburton, Sierra Anderson, Pedro ... (more)