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Oklahoma felon arrested at Walmart after alleged assault

Sale of bus in PV turns ugly, forcing victim to pull out a gun

A fugitive felon from Oklahoma was apprehended in the clothing section of the Walmart Supercenter in Prescott Valley Monday evening, Jan. 15, after he allegedly shattered a Prescott man’s truck window with a knife at the nearby Maverik gas station.

Eight unlocked vehicles burglarized in Quailwood area

Police looking for suspect, remind residents to lock their car doors

Sometime during the nighttime hours of Friday night and Saturday morning, Jan. 12 and 13, eight vehicle burglaries occurred in the Quailwood area of Prescott Valley.

Prescott in Brief: County supervisor holds first of 2 community meetings today

County supervisor holds first of 2 community meetings today

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Local pioneer Draper family plot receives improvements

Two civic organizations helped improve a family plot in the Citizens Cemetery this past fall with labor and materials.

Arizona in Brief: Newborn boy found abandoned in Tucson airport restroom

Officials at Tucson International Airport say a newborn infant has been found abandoned in a restroom.

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Man taken into custody at PV Walmart following disorderly disturbance

At the Walmart Supercenter off Glassford Hill in Prescott Valley, a man was taken into custody by police for allegedly damaging a truck’s window in the parking lot of the adjacent Maverick gas station Monday night.

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Editorial: Pushing education hot-button during election season?

It is becoming clear that election season has begun in Arizona.

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Prescott Fire finds high levels of carbon monoxide in local home

Woman reports feeling dizzy, sick

Feeling dizzy and nauseous, a Prescott woman decided to call the Prescott Fire Department Saturday morning, Jan. 13, to see if they could check her home for any sort of noxious chemical leaks.

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Editorial: Sober Living Home crisis is part of Prescott’s past

The New York Times did a five-story package on America’s drug crisis, leading with the current problem, opioids.

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Hiker rescued after being trapped overnight on Sedona butte

A 15-year-old boy was rescued Thursday morning, Jan. 11, from Capitol Butte in Sedona after spending the night trapped on a ledge, said Dwight D’Evelyn, spokesman for the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.

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