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Community celebrates with Yavapai College at inaugural homecoming

Coming out to the first Yavapai College Homecoming Block Party Friday afternoon, Oct. 18, Jamie Hines said she and her son were having a great time.

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All ages come together for first Everybody’s Hometown Festival

As Zach Hayden of This Dude’s Food served him up some grub in the Taste of Prescott section of the inaugural Everybody’s Hometown Festival Saturday, Oct. 19, Ed Smith said he was enjoying his time at the new event.

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Cougars wrangled in narrow 15-13 loss

Prep Football

The Chino Valley Cougars got wrangled in their second-to-last home game, losing 15-13 to Wickenburg on Friday night.

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Native American law expert to speak at St. Luke’s

Part of church’s Native American Ministry

Rebecca Tsosie, Yaqui descendant and regent’s professor of law at Arizona State University, is going to be at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Saturday, Oct. 19, for a presentation titled “Intergenerational Necessity: Sacred Sights, Federal Indian Law and the Future.”

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Scream Factor, undead after two years, begins Oct. 18-19

Prescott’s own Doctors Frankenstein, Matt Brassard and Marco Espitia of M&M Entertainment & Productions have brought Scream Factor back from the dead.

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Maria Muldaur to play at Elks Theatre on Oct. 20

Revered folk and blues singer Maria Muldaur, best known for the song “Midnight at the Oasis,” is coming to Prescott with her Red Hot Bluesiana Band for a performance at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.

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Louie Anderson brings comedy to Yavapai College

Show is part of YC's homecoming weekend

Wrapping up Yavapai College’s inaugural homecoming is stand-up comedian and former “Family Feud” host Louie Anderson on Saturday, Oct. 19.

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Anyone up for some Pickleball? Group gets sport rolling in Chino Valley

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After years of going to Prescott to play Pickleball, a group of Chino Valley residents now have a place of their own to play.

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You’re on camera: Man steals tree

Earthworks Landscape & Supply reports stolen Blue Spruce

Earthworks Landscape & Supply was robbed.

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Anyone for Pickleball? Group gets sport rolling in Chino Valley

After years of going to Prescott to play Pickleball, a group of Chino Valley residents now have a place of their own to play.

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