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An attendee to the commission meeting flips through a report as Arizona's workplace safety agency, the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health, presents its findings and recommendations to the Industrial Commission of Arizona on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013, in Phoenix.
Salina Sialega Chino Valley Review Residents around Chino Valley reported hearing one or two loud booms and feeling their homes or business buildings shake on the mornings of Nov. 25-26.
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.
Nov. 30, around 12:30 a.m., Yavapai County sheriff's deputies were called to the 1600 block of South Carpenter Lane in Verde Village, regarding suspicious people and vehicles in the area.
By Scott Orr Contributing Reporter PRESCOTT - Superior Court Judge Tina Ainley has struck, from six defendants' plea agreements, a minimum fine imposed by the Yavapai County Attorney's Office as a standard amount, according to an attorney involved in the case.
Lockheed-Martin in Prescott Valley is one of several businesses likely to benefit from a new grant through Arizona's Certified Sites program.
The discussion of upgrading SR 260 moves to the Cottonwood City Council chambers Tuesday night.
"Operation Santa Cause," a month-long campaign sponsored by local The UPS Stores to raise much needed food, clothing and toys for needy families in Yavapai County, will officially take flight on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at The UPS Store in downtown Prescott, with a festive celebration scheduled to include free food from Blimpie Subs, Pepsi product ... (more)
The Daily Courier Yavapai County residents have until noon Friday to sign up for The Daily Courier's annual Christmas lights contest.
Scott Orr The Daily Courier PRESCOTT - Superior Court Judge Tina Ainley has struck, from six defendants' plea agreements, a minimum fine imposed by the Yavapai County Attorney's Office as a standard amount, according to an attorney involved in the case.
Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier The Prescott Regulators and their Shady Ladies wave to the crowd Nov. 24, 2012, during the Holiday Light Parade in downtown Prescott.
Last summer, Cottonwood-Oak Creek School Board President Jason Finger said the ongoing talk of shared services between his district and Mingus Union had begun to "sound like a joke."
Volunteers Pam Levasseur and Samantha Davis sort Thanksgiving food at the Living Faith Christian Center in Prescott Valley Tuesday.