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Republicans vying for a chance to unseat Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick in the 1st Congressional District are locked in a tight race.
And in this Republican-dominated district, those two are likely to become the Prescott region's legislators even though they will face one Democratic competitor in November, Frank Cuccia.
The Daily Courier publisher Kelly Soldwedel Thornhill and 11 members of the community took the ice bucket challenge Monday afternoon for ALS or Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
He figured out how make a direct impact, by volunteering an inordinate amount of time to the Prescott Area Wildland Urban Interface Commission .
The Daily Courier The Prescott Valley Police Department answered a call alleging an assault on Friday, only to find the caller allegedly in possession of more than four ounces of heroin, worth more than $23,000 on the street.
On Thursday, representatives with the Northern Arizona VA Health Care System presented the Fourth Annual Homeless Summit 2014 at the Heights Church in Prescott.
Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Front row from left, Bruce Fee, Martha Cvetkovich Smock, Walt Minucci, Joan Vornara Gegg, Charlie Fornara; Second row from left PG Rosenblatt, Ann Ravey Hazeltine, Charlie Phillips Elisabeth Ruffner, Johnny Marchello and Jane Robbins McCaffrey.
Courtesy photo Sarah Nichols, 13, lost her battle with cancer in July. Shortly before her death, her father Jack suffered a brain hemorrage.
Richard Botkin, right, author of the book 'Ride the Thunder: A Vietnam War Story of Honor and Triumph' and executive producer of the film it's based on, asks Navy veteran Tom Collins, left, a question during his audition for a role while director Fred Koster listens Saturday at the Prescott Gateway Mall.
In this Nov. 8, 2011 file photo, self-help author James Arthur Ray sits with one of his attorneys, Thomas Kelly, during a pre-sentencing hearing at Yavapai County Courthouse in Prescott, Ariz.
Tom Scanlon The Daily Courier That "million-dollar original Picasso painting" allegedly stolen from a Prescott home earlier this week? The strange case began Monday, when police were called to remove Todd Rose, 53, who had been evicted by court order from a residence on Eagle Crest Drive .
The Daily Courier Creating positive outcomes is one of the goals of The Daily Courier and Prescott Newspapers Inc., in producing community journalism.
Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1ttAXna Life is imitating art at a Prescott elementary school where a student's short play has inspired a real "buddy bench."
Actors film a scene from "Ride the Thunder: A Vietnam War Story," in Hawaii. The film's producers are looking for actors to work in scenes from the movie to be filmed in Prescott in September.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 07:00 am
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