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Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier Brian Rainey, a supervisor with Fann Contracting, Inc., talks about the new ceremony pad, part of the Goldwater Lake expansion.
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
FooteWork locations are the official drop-off points for the Yavapai County Food Bank and Toys for Tots.
Ken Hedler The Daily Courier PRESCOTT VALLEY - The Town Council voted 6-0 Thursday night to commit $40,000 to a new entity that is promoting regional economic development.
Days Past is a weekly feature in the Courier, supplied by Sharlot Hall Museum volunteers, chronicling historic events in Prescott.
More than 20 veterans enrolled in the VA Domiciliary alcohol and drug rehab program meet each week to support one another as well as learn skills that will help them once they leave the program.
The Lady Badgers improved their record to 2-1 after this five-point win over Desert Edge at home on Thursday night.
2, 2012, Jason J. Sterling physically assaulted a woman while she was tied and bound.
The Daily Courier The Christmas parade and courthouse lighting on Saturday could be picture-perfect since 2-4 inches of snow might fall that day in Prescott, but onlookers will want to bundle up in warm winter gear.
A Prescott man was arrested after he allegedly sold his vehicle on Craigslist and reported it stolen in a scheme to collect insurance money.
Citations and fines issued to the Arizona Forestry Division for the deaths of 19 firefighters could bolster efforts by their families to sue the state, but the bar for filing lawsuits in workplace deaths remains high, according to lawyers.
By Hank Hellman Special to the BBN OK, what is a Constable? As the Constable of the Mayer Justice Precinct, I hear this all the time.
Patrick Whitehurst The Daily Courier PRESCOTT - Art galley exhibit design evokes the adage that "making it look easy takes hard work."
Scott Orr Special to the Review Two young Paulden children remain in Child Protective Services custody after Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies said their parents and a friend were cooking narcotics and smoking meth in their home, a sheriff's spokesman said.
Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Ruth Clark stands next to her Saturn, which was donated by a Prescott couple after they read about Clark's van burning up.