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Sidney school officials to advertise for architect

The Sidney School Board is conducting research for the possibility of building projects in the school district. "We're going to advertise for an architect to lead us through facility planning and estimations of costs along with other specifics," Sidney Superintendent of Schools Monte Silk said of th

SIDNEY HERALD - 2017-12-16 21:42:00

Local author releases Book No. 2 in 'Jon Wells' series

Gardner's second book continues the global adventures of the hero Jon Wells and Chinese spy Zhang Xe, who, this time, has honed in on the nation's transportation system as a way to hurt its economy. "We have the same antagonist this time, but when we left him last, he'd been promoted to general and

WILLISTON DAILY HERALD

Community packs the house as Lambert students perform concert

Smiles filled the school building as Lambert successfully held its annual Christmas program and concert on Tuesday night. "I think my favorite part was seeing all the kids beam at their parents," first-year music teacher Katrina Shumway said. "They were just so happy and so proud to be up there even

SIDNEY HERALD - 2017-12-16 21:42:00

Police: DNA comparison to missing brothers could take months

DETROIT (AP) - Authorities say it could take months before DNA from the remains of three children found in Montana can be compared to DNA in the 2010 disappearance of three Michigan brothers. Michigan state police Detective Lt. Jeremy Brewer says a backlog of cases is awaiting DNA testing. Brewer sa

KULR8 - 2017-12-15 23:31:00

Manzanita Outreach delivers 'Oasis in a Food Desert'

@haliephoto Verde Village is a food desert, according to Mike Newcomb, the executive director of Manzanita Outreach. The only food retailers in Verde Village are convenience stores. The nearest grocery store is Walmart down the stretch of State Route 260. That's why Manzanita Outreach focuses on

CVBUGLE.COM - 2017-12-16 22:42:00

4 things you need to know about Jerome's new residential parking permits

@haliephoto JEROME - The Jerome Town Council approved Ordinance No. 432 at the Dec. 12 regular meeting, but not without lengthy discussion as often the case with parking-related issues in Jerome. Police Chief Allen Muma was asked by council at the regular October meeting to revise the previous vers

CVBUGLE.COM - 2017-12-16 23:47:00

Cottonwood City Council to decide use policy for municipal logo

Cottonwood City Council will meet Tuesday to consider the approval of the revised Logo Use Policy. Oct. 17, Community Services presented the need for the city to have a Logo Policy to protect the citizen investment made regarding the city's brand. The intent of the policy is to provide an applicati

CVBUGLE.COM - 2017-12-16 22:51:00

Camp Verde considers future of Cornfest, Fort Verde Days, Pecan and Wine Festival

BillHelm42 CAMP VERDE - Once upon a time, the Town of Camp Verde would spend as much as $250,000 in a calendar year to put on Fort Verde Days, Cornfest and its other signature events. The truth is somewhere in the middle, as the Town of Camp Verde and its community volunteers decide how to step in

VERDENEWS - 2017-12-16 23:54:00

Commentary: Learning about turkeys at Camp Verde schools

Dennis Goodwin Dennis Goodwin Superintendent's Report, CVUSD Believe it or not, auditions for the Theatre Arts Guild's spring musical are right around the corner. Camp Verde Middle School again nominated National Showcase School Last Wednesday, Camp Verde Middle School Principal Danny Howe receive

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Cottonwood men sent to prison for Camp Verde burglary/arson

@haliephoto CAMP VERDE - Two of the men involved in a 2013 Camp Verde burglary-turned-arson were sentenced at Yavapai Superior Court on Monday. In November, Joshua Dawson, 25, and Bradley Meyer, 22, both pleaded guilty to arson of an occupied structure, first-degree burglary, criminal damage and t

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YES the Arc recognizes Verde Valley Newspapers at annual Christmas dinner

Since 1974, YES the Arc has met the needs of the Verde Valley's developmentally disabled. Saturday, the longtime organization held its 43rd Annual Holiday Dinner Dance at the Clarkdale Memorial Club House. With live music by Mogollon and a special performance by the program's members, YES the Arc p

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MUHS wrestlers 'starting to bring back Mingus toughness'

jameskelley520 Mingus Union wrestling went 2-1 in their last home duals of the season and showed flashes of classic Marauder wrestling prestige. The Marauders beat Mayer 72-0 and Blue Ridge 66-12 but lost 42-28 to Prescott. The showing reminded Mingus head coach Klint McKean, who won a state champ

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Springdale Police Investigating Dollar General Robbery

SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- The Springdale Police Department is investigating a robbery that took place December 15 at the Dollar General on 3430 West Sunset Ave., according to a press release. Officers were told that a black male entered the store wearing a ski mask and demanded money from the clerk behin

NWAHOMEPAGE.COM - 2017-12-16 17:12:26

Driver arrested after running from accident on College Ave.

Fayetteville Police officers arrested Joshua Fisk Thursday night after running away from an accident on College Ave. According to an arrest report, UAPD had detained Fisk after he rear-ended another driver at the intersection of College Ave. and North St. A UA security officer said Fisk got out of

KHBS - 2017-12-15 17:14:00

Fayetteville Man Facing Rape Charge

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) - A Fayetteville man was arrested Thursday (Dec. 14) in connection with rape, according to a preliminary arrest report. Dylen Arens, 19, faces one count of rape, a Class Y felony. The victim said she and Arens were having consensual sex when Arens removed his condom. She asked Ar

5NEWSONLINE.COM - 2017-12-15 18:45:03

Fayetteville police investigating deadly accident

Fayetteville police said officers are investigating an accident that claimed the life of a 25-year-old man. Fayetteville Police Chief Greg Tabor said officers responded to the accident in the area of North Oakland Avenue and Lawson Street on December 14th. Police said Kamryn Smith lost control of hi

KHBS - 2017-12-15 17:56:00

You Flooze, You Lose and Good Mourning!

I'm a married lesbian in my 50s. I blew up my happy marriage by having an affair with somebody I didn't love and wasn't even that attracted to. Now my wife, whom I love very much, is divorcing me. Why did I cheat on her? I don't understand my own behavior. -Lost There are those special people you me

FREEWEEKLY.COM - 2017-12-15 08:00:00

New rules approved on enhanced concealed carry permits

Updated: 10:46 PM CST Dec 15, 2017 Arkansas lawmakers have approved the rules for a new measure expanding where concealed handguns are allowed, rejecting concerns that it would allow students to keep guns in dorms or could infringe on Second Amendment rights. "I am pleased the ASP rules for implem

KHBS - 2017-12-16 04:46:00

SSPD Arrests, Incidents December 7-12

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TULSA WORLD - 2017-12-16 00:08:00

Light in the Darkness - Candles, Prayers, Mantrams & Remembrances

Wednesday is Santa Lucia day, Swedish Festival of Light. Wednesday is also the first day of Hanukkah - eight-day Hebrew festival of Light. Hanukkah (meaning consecration, dedication) commemorates a miracle that occurred (165 BC) to the Jewish Temple after it was desecrated. There was only one night

FREEWEEKLY.COM - 2017-12-15 08:00:00