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Prescott Valley Detective Ed Bills retired recently and said goodbye to a crowd of well-wishers and colleagues during the council meeting Thursday.
Courthouse Butte is a butte just north of the Village of Oak Creek, Arizona, south of Sedona in Yavapai County.
Prescott Fire Captain Scott Leudeman looks at a possible exposed gas line as the wash along Holiday Drive runs hard and takes some of the embankment away after the overnight and morning rains in Prescott.
About 60 residents filled the folding chairs and stood at the back of the room Wednesday evening to hear from Dewey-Humboldt mayoral and council candidates at the Cherry Creek Ranch Event Center.
File photo:Review/Salina Sialega, A sign for the Town's Old Home Manor property sits at the corner of east Perkinsville Road and Jerome Junction.
Arizona's Children Association is pleased to announce an extended service for their Parents as Teachers program for families in Yavapai County.
Heavy rain slowed the Phoenix area's morning commute and resulted in firefighters rescuing multiple motorists from vehicles trapped by street flooding from runoff.
Airport Road will soon receive a facelift thanks to a joint project paid for by the city and Yavapai County.
Yavapai County Sheriff's Office evacuated the River's Edge Trailer Park in Black Canyon City late this morning as the adjacent Agua Fria River is rising nearly eight feet higher than flood stage.
Kenneth Birchett, Jr., a 51-year-old Cottonwood man, was sentenced to 30 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections last week by Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff.
The Yavapai County Superior Court has named John Morris as its new chief adult probation officer for the vacancy created by the retirement of Billie Grobe.
A small trailer park in Black Canyon City is being evacuated because of flooding Tuesday in the northern outskirts of the Phoenix metropolitan area.
The Yavapai College Governing Board at its Aug. 12 meeting gave final approval to an agreement for the College to stay in its Sedona Center for Arts & Technology facility located in the Sedona Cultural Park.
This vacancy was created by the appointment of Judge Patricia Trebesch to Division IV of the Yavapai Superior Court by Governor Jan Brewer.
The murder was in Yavapai County in 2001, but Mikhail Drachev and two other men were tried for the murder in Maricopa County because that was where 21-year-old police informant Konstantin Simberg was kidnapped.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:05 am
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