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Private Plane Crash Located - 2 Deceased
Missing aircraft located near Perkinsville Ranch land. At approximately 11 AM today, the Sheriff's Office was notified of a possible missing aircraft based out of the Prescott airport. It had been at least 24 hours since last contact with the pilot. Electronic tracking efforts were initiated immedia
Friday Car Accident Kills One, Injures Two
Speed was determined to be a contributing factor to the crash. On Friday September 22, 2017 at approximately 7:53 P.M. Prescott Police Officers and emergency medical personnel responded to a report of a single vehicle accident in the 900 block of West Gurley Street in Prescott. Investigating Officer
Authorities: 2 die in crash of small plane north of Prescott
PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) - Two 19-year-old men have died in the crash of a small plane in rugged terrain about 30 miles north of Prescott. Yavapai County Sheriff's officials say the single-engine Cessna was found during an air search around 1 p.m. Saturday. Rescue crews on the ground were directed to th
Column: You can't always get what you want
Moving to Prescott 10 years ago was one of the easiest decisions I've ever made. My mother had just died, the company I'd been at for 10 years went bankrupt and my husband was on the verge of retiring. We had bought a home here two years prior and rented it and the tenants had just moved out. Every
Need2Know: New PV Limousine business; Figgy's new location grand opening
There's a new limousine in town, and it's owned by Timothy Kennedy, who just started a limousine service called Prescott Valley Limousine. (Courtesy) Prescott Valley resident Timothy Kennedy has started a limousine service called Prescott Valley Limousine. A chauffeur with about 20 years of experie
Cops: Owner taken for ride when test driver leaves with car
DILLSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Police in Pennsylvania say a man hoping to sell his car was taken for a ride when a prospective buyer drove away without him and never came back. Police in Carroll Township in York County say the bizarre theft occurred Tuesday night. Investigators say the car's owner advertised
Bill's Newscast: Cooling Weather
Fall is officially here, and that means the weather is getting cooler. There have been strong winds around Northern Arizona as a cold front moves into the region. Darren McCollum from the National Weather Service in Flagstaff explains temperatures will be dropping some 10 degrees. McCollum says don'
Girls Empowered During 16th Annual Girls and Sports Day
PRESCOTT- United States Olympic mountain biker and Prescott resident Chloe Woodruff spoke for hundreds of girls, Saturday, September 23rd, at the Prescott YMCA as she was the main speaker of the 16th annual Girls and Sports Day. "It's a neat opportunity and I just hope to share some of my experience
Phoenix Art Museum fashion design curator to speak at Yavapai College
Art Professor Cynthia DeCecco went to a lecture of Dennita Sewell's while on sabbatical and knew she had to invite the Arizona fashion design icon to Yavapai College. "I though the lecture was so amazing. She (Sewell) is so exuberant. She gives off such energy. To be around someone like her is such
Fundraiser to support reproductive freedom Sunday at Raven
The Raven Cafe has volunteered its space and staff for a fundraiser to support reproductive freedom and access to health care Sunday, Sept. 24, from 4 to 8 p.m. The "Singing for our Lives" event includes an all-women's concert performance and raffles. Gerry Garvey, the Ryan White medical case manag
Missouri couple gets an engagement redo on 'Jimmy Kimmel'
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Missouri couple who accidentally dropped a $3,000 engagement ring into a pond has had a chance to redo their engagement proposal on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The Kansas City Star reports that a video on Facebook shows Seth Dixon dropping the ring on Kansas City's Loose Park brid
Dear Annie: Acting for the right reasons?
Dear Annie: I moved from the city to the country about 20 years ago, and now that my husband is deceased, I plan to return to an urban environment. I have spent many hours researching different locations, including using the internet and driving through neighborhoods, and I believe I've found a cent
Days Past: Defying the draft in World War I - Part Two
U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, c. 1918. (Public domain) Mick Woodcock, Special to the Courier U. S. District Court Judge William H. Sawtelle presiding judge at the Prygun trial. (Courtesy Tom K. Sawtelle) In Part One, last week, we began the story of Russian immigrants, re
Column: Thrill seekers, use your heads!
TWieds_editor It all comes down to life choices. We often hear about stupid things children do - having fun, seeking a thrill, being adventurous, they say. Still they can be really stupid, having not thought about consequences ... the "what now?" Take for example the kids who used super glue on the
New Mexico college bake sale charged prices based on race
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A bake sale at the University of New Mexico set up by a nonprofit group to charge students based on race and ethnicity ended after outraged opponents disrupted it. The group, Turning Point USA, set up what it called an "Affirmative Action Bake Sale" on campus Thursday with a
Council member gives opponent ABC (already been chewed) gum
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A Minneapolis City Council member has given one of her opponents something to chew over - a piece of chewed gum. Twenty-year incumbent Lisa Goodman took the gum out of her mouth and handed it to challenger Teqen Zea-Aida before the start of a candidate forum Tuesday. Goodman asked
Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri: Great teens doing great things!
Teenagers in my neighborhood have shown great courage in many ways. I'm a mom. I think teens today are getting a bad name that they don't deserve. When I was a teen, we made wrong choices more often than what's happening now. I wanted to write and let you know, because we only seem to hear about th
Letter: Protecting the innocent
Editor: The Utah Registered Nurse who was arrested for refusing to draw blood on an accident victim was doing more than just "doing her job." She was, in fact, obeying the law, and showing respect for lawful procedure. This cannot be said for the police officer involved. A police officer is NOT the
Senior Menus: Sept. 25-29
Senior Menus for the week of Monday, 09-25, to Friday, 09-29: Prescott Meals-on-Wheels serves from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at 1280 E. Rosser St., Prescott; 445-7630. Menus subject to change. Monday: Deconstructed rolled cabbage, stewed tomatoes, 3-bean salad, wild rice, roll, apricots. Tuesday: Be
Dear Annie: No one cares anymore
Dear Annie: I am a 75-year-old woman in good health, and I've been married for 54 years. I have wonderful children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. My problem is that many lifelong friends and most of my family members don't seem to want to maintain a relationship with me. When I contact them