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Under new management: Prescott Golf and Country Club sells; ‘no immediate plans for condos’

The ink was barely dry Monday afternoon when the celebration began with the new owner and management of the Prescott Golf and Country Club in Dewey.

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It happens. The cancer has spread. Now what?

Metastasis – what to expect at end of life

Metastatic breast cancer can be treated, but not cured. Only 6 percent of women initially diagnosed with breast cancer are diagnosed Stage IV, the most advanced stage.

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Why Susan G. Komen no longer has a presence in Arizona

Decrease in donations, fundraisers led to leaving the state

Dwindling donations and fundraising event participation caused the Susan G. Komen organization to discontinue its annual Race for the Cure in Phoenix in late June.

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Drones called in to help officials with fire at old sawmill site

Normally drone owners can get in serious trouble flying their unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) over wildfires — unless, that is, they have been called in by fire officials.

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Young piano student, hits 1,000 days of practice (that's 2.7 years!)

When Matthew deGoey, 10, knew his family was going on vacation and he couldn’t, of course, bring along a piano, he planned in advance to practice double sessions to make up for the missed days so he could still reach his goal — 1,000 days of practicing.

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Storage units along Highway 89 in Granite Dells move forward

Extra landscaping pushes zoning change through

Additional landscaping around the proposed storage units on Highway 89 in Granite Dells has placated some Yavapai County supervisors and raised the ire of others.

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Mayer Fire receives FIDO Bags for pet resuscitation

The nonprofit Animal Disaster Services was called into service during the Goodwin Fire, sheltering and caring for hundreds of dogs, cats, horses and other cherished pets belonging to their evacuated or fire-threatened owners.

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Extending jail tax to go to voters

Existing quarter-cent used to operate jail will sunset in 2020

The quarter-cent sales tax that provides 48 percent of the operating revenue for the Yavapai County Jail District is set to expire in 2020. In its Oct. 4 meeting, the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place an extension of the existing tax on the March ballot for county residents to decide.

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Blind, deaf students find new path for learning

Arizona School for Deaf and Blind works with Humboldt schools

Two second-grade students at Coyote Springs Elementary School in Prescott Valley watch for the flashcards to flip.

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What does it take to earn U.S. citizenship?

Some spend years, a lot of money to obtain citizenship

Offer citizenship classes and the students will come — from all over the world.

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