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Mayer football player dies in rollover accident

A 16-year-old Mayer resident died at a Phoenix area hospital early Saturday morning due to injuries he suffered during a single-vehicle crash involving three teenagers on Spring Valley Access Road on Friday afternoon. According to a report from the Arizona Department of Public Safety, a white 1999 M

PVTRIB.COM - 2017-09-26 13:02:00

Ducey set to debut teaching program

Would offer free tuition in exchange for commitment to teach Gov. Doug Ducey By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services azcapmedia PHOENIX - Willing to spend four years in front of a classroom full of fourth-graders? What if you got a free education degree from one of the state's three universitie

PVTRIB.COM - 2017-09-25 12:58:00

Barks 'n Beers fundraiser set for Sept. 30

UAF's Barks 'n Beers fundraiser will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Barley Hound. (UAF/Courtesy) Dine under the stars with your dog at Barks 'n Beers Saturday, Sept. 30, from 5 to 8 p.m., at The Barley Hound, 234 S. Cortez St. in Prescott. Dinner with a beer or non-alcoholic drink

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 12:59:00

Talk of the Town: Putting kids first pays off for Arizona

When I was in elementary school, my family immigrated from Mexico to Phoenix. My brother and I spoke no English when we arrived, so in school, we worked hard to learn the language at the same time as all the other material. I was a curious, inquisitive kid but sitting behind a desk and being taught

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:02:00

Column: Spending other people's money

I can't blame them, really. It's human nature to want something for nothing. I speak of two tenants who recently moved into a rental unit I own. I made the mistake of renting the unit for one flat rate that included "free" utilities. Since the tenants didn't have to pay directly for their electricit

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:01:00

Dear Annie: Husband's past infidelity still haunts her

Dear Annie: I have been married for seven years. My husband has had not one but several affairs. And he didn't just have affairs; he had two kids born six weeks apart from two different women. I love my husband and am helping him raise these children, who are now 2 years old. I keep telling myself

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:01:00

Letter: Honor Flight of Arizona

My Dad, Harold Pershall, of Kingman, Arizona, has been chosen to take this Honor Flight to Washington D.C. in October. He will be with 30 other veterans and their guardians on this memorable, three-day journey. I'm sure it will be new memories made, and old ones remembered. My sincere thank you for

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:00:00

Letter: City priorities?

Prescott has a $78 million unfunded PSPRS liability and just asked for and received voter approval for a 10-year 0.75 percent sales tax to raise $11 million toward the shortage. Our airport receives millions of tax dollars every year from the Federal Essential Air Service Program and other state and

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:00:00

W. Va. man hiding in attic arrested after floor collapse

RALEIGH COUNTY, W.Va. (AP) - A West Virginia man thought it was a good idea to hide from police in an attic, but he did not count on the floor collapsing. WCHS-TV reports U.S. Marshals tried to arrest 32-year-old David Pfost at a home in southern West Virginia on Friday for violating his supervised

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:00:00

Pet Focus: UAF 'Superstar of the Week' - Cher

Cher is a domestic long-haired tortoiseshell who was born in July 2015. She is very loving and likes to be petted. A little shy in new surroundings, she settles in quickly. While she has lived with other cats, she would prefer to be an only cat in a quiet household without young children. Cher needs

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:00:00

Letter: Too many losses

Loss of life, liberty, property and community. When did the rights of miners and prospectors get privileged status over human life and liberty? After the Kirkland mine closed in 1985, a community of U.S. citizens purchased and developed lands near the abandoned "kitty litter" quarry. Now our rural

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:00:00

German police arrest wanted man after he tries to vote drunk

BERLIN (AP) - A drunk German man who insisted on voting in Sunday's election despite lacking the necessary documents has landed in jail - after police discovered he was wanted for arrest. The unidentified 46-year-old tried to cast his ballot in the eastern town of Guben, but was turned away by elect

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 13:00:00

To Your Good Health: New baby? Yes, family members' vaccinations matter

DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm expecting a baby in a few months, and my doctor told me that everyone who will come into contact with her must get the Tdap vaccine. If some family members don't get it, should I keep them from meeting the baby until she's old enough to be fully vaccinated? - H.C. ANSWER: Hope an

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 12:59:00

Lawsuit over Chase Field costing taxpayers $450,000

PHOENIX - The Arizona Diamondbacks' lawsuit against Maricopa County over repairs at Chase Field has so far cost taxpayers more than $450,000 in legal fees. The team contends the county needed to pay a large share of as much as $187 million in upgrades to the ballpark that opened in 1998. County offi

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 06:00:00

Tempe judge arrested in stabbing of wife

CHANDLER - A Tempe Municipal Court judge was arrested in the stabbing of his wife 10 times at their Arizona home last month during a domestic violence incident, according to court documents released Monday. Thomas Robinson was taken into custody Friday by Chandler police and booked into jail on susp

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-26 03:51:00

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

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM - 2017-09-24 07:00:00

Kennel Club donates to local groups

Born and raised in Prescott and currently living in Yarnell, Deneen Cone was showing off her daughter's Borzoi, named Remy, at the Prescott Arizona Kennel Club Dog Show on Sunday. Her daughter is in Kuwait in the air force at the moment, Cone said. Still, she's been showing dogs in shows for about 2

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-25 13:00:00

Letter: Healing Field thanks

Editor: On behalf of Mary Mallory and the Prescott Valley Healing Field team, I want to thank our community for its continued support of Patriot Week. Many hands make light work and that was true on Sept. 8 and Sept. 15 with set-up and take-down. Those helping hands were the Central Arizona Fire and

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-25 13:00:00

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'

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM - 2017-09-25 07:00:00

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

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-24 12:59:00