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Natural History Institute relocates to former Milagro Arts Center building

Hosting grand re-opening on Wednesday, Oct. 25

In the years after World War II, a couple different things gained ascendance in the scientific world.

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Quick guide to the Prescott General Election

Here's what you need to know before you vote in the next City of Prescott election.

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Hope Fest Arizona 2017

For the sixth year, Hope Fest Arizona lit up the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza with a variety of attractions and resources.

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Small business dreams: A look at the most searched, common and profitable small businesses

The most successful small business owners are those who do their homework before pouring their life savings into a dream that may or may not pay off, said Stephen Hart, spokesman for the Small Business Administration in Arizona.

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Need2Know: Native Grill & Wings opening; new Mexican restaurant coming; new veterinarian practice being built; Foothills Bank working toward opening new branch

Native Grill & Wings opening Native Grill & Wings will be opening its doors for business in Prescott Valley on Monday, Oct. 16.

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Prescott Valley breast cancer survivor

Young mother fully recovers after two-year struggle

There’s more to fighting cancer than just surviving it. This became clear for Prescott Valley resident Shannon Fitzgerald as she crept her way through battling Stage 1 breast cancer.

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How you can reduce your chances of getting cancer

Two local medical practitioners weigh in

You’ve probably heard the phrase “everything causes cancer.” Well, that’s simply not true.

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6 months into Prescott Police’s sex offender monitoring program, a look at how it’s going — from both sides of the fence

Now six months into the Sex Offender Accountability Program (SOAP), Prescott Police Department has made some changes to the way the program is managed.

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Students, others urge McCain to support clean Dream Act

A bill that would provide DACA recipients a path to citizenship with no strings attached

Senator John McCain is about to receive 20 letters from local students and other community members urging him to support a clean Dream Act.

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Prescott College launches program to lower its tuition costs

School plans to offer half-priced tuition for residents of eight states

Prescott College has introduced two new scholarship initiatives.

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