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2 bodies found near Virgin River Gorge; family of missing couple have mixed emotions
The news brought mixed emotions for family members of Jerry and Susan McFalls, a Littlefield couple that has been missing since January. The couple's daughter-in-law and son, Meredith and Jerry McFalls Jr., made the comment Thursday on aFacebook page they run that is dedicated to finding the couple.
Barnett sentenced to life in prison for murders of Williams couple
After two days of deliberation, Barnett wasfound guiltyon two counts of first degree murder, one count of first degree burglary, one count of theft, three counts of misconduct involving weapons, one count of cruelty to animals and one count of theft of means of transportation.
Second Chance gets a second chance as High Country Humane
Come the new year, animal shelter services will be conducted by Paw Placement of Northern Arizona instead of the Coconino Humane Association.The change comes after the Flagstaff City Council and the Coconino County Board of Supervisors both unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement to move
New Shelter To Occupy Former Second Chance Center For Animals In Flagstaff
High Country Humane will open at the former site of the Second Chance Center for Animals, east of Flagstaff. The contract says the shelter will run under strict guidelines established by the association of shelter veterinarians. The shelter will emply approximately 15 workers with an expected openin
Coconino County Officials Confirms First Flu Cases Of 2018
“Influenza can be a serious disease. Even healthy people can get very sick from the flu and then spread it to others. The first confirmed flu cases of the season are an important reminder for everyone to get vaccinated to protect themselves and to protect others,” said Marie Peoples, Coconino Count
Guarding Against the Flu - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
Warm days, cool nights, yellow and gold leaves, black-eyed susan flowers and the flu–all signal the start of autumn in Northern Arizona. And though some of “fall’s glory” is welcomed; some is not, such as the flu.
Homeownership signals another sweeping change in FLDS community of Colorado City
After the Short Creek Subdivision was approved, paving the way for privatized home ownership, a celebration took place in the Mohave County Community College auditorium in Colorado City. The Oct. 12 event included two guest speakers – Mohave County District Supervisor Gary Watson and Arizona state R
Defense in NAU Shooting Case Cleared in State Bar Probe
Steven Jones listens to his defense attorney, Burges McCowan (left) in Coconino County Superior Court in Flagstaff on Feb. 19, 2016.Credit Tom Tingle/Arizona Republic
Flagstaff, Coconino County To Partner On A New Animal Shelter, Formally Home To Second Chance - KAFF News
The City of Flagstaff and Coconino County are partnering to open High Country Humane, which home to the former Second Chance facility off North Highway 89. Paw Placement of Northern Arizona has been selected to run the facility under a new five-year contract. It will provide animal welfare services
Barnett sentenced to life for murders of DiMurias
After two days of deliberation, Barnett was found guilty on two counts of first degree murder, one count of first degree burglary, one count of theft, three counts of misconduct involving weapons, one count of cruelty to animals and one count of theft of means of transportation.
2 bodies found near Virgin River Gorge on Arizona Strip
In this 2016 file photo, a Mohave County Sheriff's deputy drives on the Arizona Strip, Mohave County, Arizona, July 7, 2016 | Photo by Michael Durrant, St. George News
Former member of polygamous group stars in cross country
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - James Jeffs helped build his high school. That’s not a metaphor.When he was 10 or 11 years old, he was sent to work with other members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in construction of a bishops’ storehouse in Hildale. The storehouse was later
‘Quest for the Key’ Jeep giveaway ends with fun evening one family will never forget
ST. GEORGE —Canyon Media’s biggest radio promotion ever, “Quest for the Key,” ended Thursday night. Sponsored by St. George Auto Gallery, the final giveaway of a monster rock-crawling Jeep took place in the company of a crowd of hundreds of spectators, loyal radio station listeners and hopeful famil
First cases of flu for 2018-19 season reported in Coconino County
Coconino County is starting to see its first cases of the flu for the 2018-19 season.The Coconino County Public Health Services District announced Tuesday in a release that two cases of the influenza virus have been confirmed this month, adding that both people have recovered.Sarah Schildecker, divi
A reformed Hildale has its first prep sports star — a 6-foot 8-inch cross-country runner named Jeffs
Now 18, out of the FLDS and a senior at Water Canyon, Jeffs is helping transform Hildale in a way only teenagers can — through high school sports.
Truck-trailer rollover on I-15 sends driver to hospital, causes miles of traffic backup
A Toyota Tundra rests upside down after a rollover on Interstate 15 in Washington County, Utah, Oct. 15, 2018 | Photo by Joseph Witham, St. George News
Fact check: Ads flying in Arizona's Secretary of State race
PHOENIX - With Republican Michele Reagan's defeat by Steve Gaynor in the primary, there is an open election for Arizona's next Secretary of State. Gaynor is being challenged by Democrat Katie Hobbs, and the race has seen a variety of claims flying in political ads.
‘We’re hoping for smaller storms’; County Commission advancing Dammeron Valley flood prevention project
In this file photo, water rushes close to homes following a heavy rainstorm in Dammeron Valley, Utah, July 14, 2018 | Photo courtesy of Dallin Spackman, St. George News
Man accused of sexually assaulting 65-year-old after illegally entering home
Hurricane Police Department vehicle responding to an incident in Hurricane, Utah, Aug. 29, 2018 | File photo by Spencer Ricks, St. George News
Colorado City residents become homeowners for the first time at historic UEP Trust event
Several residents in Colorado City, Arizona, were honored during a historic event in which the United Effort Plan Trust distributed deeds to their rightful owners for the first time ever.