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Letter: Excellent movie by Jerome's M.L. Lincoln
We were at Spook Hall in Jerome last night to see an incredible film by M.L. Lincoln.
Rev. Father David J. Kelash rides a donkey in for Palm Sunday of the Passion Of The Lord, the start of Holy Week for 1+ billion Catholics.
Home Sweet Jerome recounts 'fortunes, misfortunes, dreams and...
If you had seen Jerome, AZ in 1979 when author Diane Sward Rapaport and her husband and young son drove into this ghost town of 250, you would never believe it could become what it is today - a bustling historic town with over a million visitors a year.
The Daily Courier
Humboldt man goes missing after leaving work Saturday
Scott Orr The Daily Courier HUMBOLDT - Dale "D.J." Stewart left work Saturday evening on a mile-and-a-half trip home and hasn't been seen since.
Letters: Yavapai College: Talk about a rip off
It is clear that the taxpayers on this side of the mountain have been ripped off to the tune of millions of dollars annually by the people in Prescott running Yavapai Community College.
Arizona Town Auctions Guns
When Arizona passed legislation early last year to stop the irrational destruction of valuable property that had come into the hands of local governments, the state required that firearms turned in to government agencies be sold through normal commercial channels, thus insuring that the guns were taken "off the street".
Marching For Meals On Wheels
The annual "Mayors' March-a-Mile for Meals" was held on Saturday, March 22. The 2-mile walk began at the Verde Valley Senior Center on E. Cherry Street, Cottonwood, at 9 a.m. The walkers, who collected pledges to benefit the senior center and its Meals-On-Wheels program, wound their way to Walgreen's on the corner of 260 and 89A before heading back ... (more)