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Jury convicts man of dumping body parts in Arizona; sentencing next

PRESCOTT, Ariz. — A man accused of dumping body parts around northern Arizona has been convicted of more than two dozen felonies. A Yavapai County jury on Thursday found Walter Harold Mitchell III guilty of 29 felony counts of concealing or abandoning a dead body, according to a statement from the County Attorney’s Office.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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Lisa’s New Autumn Plants: Watters Podcast

In this segment, Lisa and Ken of Watters Garden Center in Prescott talk about Lisa’s new Autumn plants like pansies, violas, and snapdragons. Also, learn some two easy fixes that will really improve the look of your home!. Check out more of The Mountain Gardener Podcasts and subscribe to...
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Mayor Goode Talk of the Town Letter for October 1, 2022

Mayor Goode Talk of the Town Letter for October 1, 2022. The City of Prescott is about to undertake the update and adoption of the 2025 General Plan. The General Plan is the public document that guides the future of a city. Per Arizona Revised Statutes, a city’s land development decisions must be consistent with the adopted General Plan. Cities under a population of 50,000 must have the following elements in their plans: Land Use, Circulation, Open Space, Growth Areas, Environmental Planning, Cost of Development, and Water Resources.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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UPDATE FOUND — NEW ALERT MISSING FATHER AND SON

UPDATE The Father and son have been located safe in the Prescott Area, apparently their vehicle got stuck and they got a ride out. Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is asking the publics help with the whereabouts of Landon (14) and his father Bruce Bartlett (50) who were said to be mining in the Blue Tank Rd & Constellation Rd area of Wickenburg on September 27, 2022.
PRESCOTT, AZ

Glendale, October 01 High School 🏐 Game Notice

The Bagdad High School volleyball team will have a game with Desert Heights Preparatory on September 30, 2022, 17:00:00. #sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 img{margin:0}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 div{margin:0}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 p{margin:24px 0;font-style:normal;font-weight:400;font-size:16px;line-height:26px;letter-spacing:-.24px;color:#333}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .icon{background-repeat:no-repeat;background-position:center;background-size:100% 100%}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .item:last-child{border-bottom:none}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .item{padding-bottom:32px;border-bottom:1px solid #f9f9f9}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card{padding:24px;border:1px solid #f2f2f2;border-radius:8px}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .teams{display:flex;margin-bottom:26px}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .teams .team{display:flex;flex-direction:column;flex:1;justify-content:flex-start;align-items:center}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .teams .vs{width:40px;height:97px}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .teams .team .logo{width:120px;height:120px}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .teams .team .name{margin-top:11px;color:#333;font-weight:600;font-size:16px;line-height:19px;text-align:center;letter-spacing:-.31px}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .info-item{margin-left:-8px;margin-top:8px;display:flex;align-items:center;font-weight:400;font-size:14px;line-height:20px;letter-spacing:-.15px;color:#888}#sports_nfhsnetwork_notice_v1 .contest-card .info-item .icon{margin-right:4px;width:12px;height:12px;background-repeat:no-repeat;background-position:center;background-size:100% 100%}
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PRESCOTT EAST HIGHWAY RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT

Asphalt Paving & Supply, Inc., in conjunction with Yavapai County and the Town of Prescott Valley, will be performing roadwork on Prescott East Highway from the intersection with Highway 69 through Antelope Lane. Construction will begin October 10, 2022, continuing through January 26, 2023. Road construction will be performed in three phases.
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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Proposition 310 Gets Voters Attention

Fire department and firefighter union leaders throughout Yavapai County say the funding that would come is needed to help them keep up with providing services and response times. Scott Freitag, president of the Arizona Fire Chiefs Association in Prescott Valley, said districts face a lot of challenges regarding funding, as the current budget leaves them one 24-hour fire engine short. He said this means longer response times.
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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Announcing The Pink Program

It is finally here! Drum roll, please! The Pink Patch Program 2022 patch!. As you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Once again, we have created an amazing patch to add to your collection! Get yours at one of our community events (schedule forthcoming) or anytime at the Police Station.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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Slow Down In Construction Zones

TRI CITY TRAFFIC DETAIL REMINDS DRIVERS TO SLOW DOWN IN CONSTRUCTION ZONES. The Tri-City Task Force made up of six law enforcement officers from the Prescott Police Department, Prescott Valley Police Department and Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office completed a Speed Enforcement Detail focusing on Pioneer Parkway and Williamson Valley Rd on September 27, 2022, between 6 and 10am. This location was specifically chosen due to.
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Local Prescott Backyard Birds

Backyard bird watching has become a growing pastime for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. For those with an appreciation for nature and animals, it can be an enjoyable, peaceful hobby. Have you ever wondered what different types of wild birds we have in our area? Take a look at the list below to find out some of the most common backyard birds.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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Great American Outdoors Act Funds Road and Trail Projects at Lynx Lake

Improvements to the Lynx Lake Recreation Area funded by the Great American Outdoors Act will start this week. Prescott National Forest has hired a contractor to begin paving the Lynx Lake Store Road (FSR 611) at the North Shore Recreation Area. On Friday, September 30, 2022, Pima Paving will start mobilizing equipment and on Monday, October 3, 2022, they will start working on asphalt pulverization. The project is expected to take two weeks to complete. Weather could delay completion or change dates of closures.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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Race for Prescott Unified School Board Heats Up

It’s election season and Seven members of the community are competing in the 2022 General Election on Nov. 8 for three seats on the Prescott Unified School District Governing Board. A reminder…Mail-in ballots will be sent out soon by the county elections officials.Those running are. Linda Conn Retired...
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Spectrum Healthcare Contracted by Care 1st as Crisis Services Provider

Spectrum Healthcare, local non-profit healthcare organization in Yavapai County, has announced that, as of October 1, 2022, they will be the official crisis response provider of Yavapai County as contracted by Care 1st. Spectrum Healthcare has provided crisis services to Yavapai County since 2016. Beginning at the Crisis Mobile Response...
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High school band competitions in full force

BULLHEAD CITY – The new school year has begun. Football fills the weekend, volleyball competes on the weekdays, swimming holds multiple events, and badminton competes almost daily. One of the biggest and most unified sports being played is being left out. One that is usually left on the sidelines, but never stays quiet. Band is holding multiple events for high schools in the state and schools are ready to display their capabilities.
TEMPE, AZ
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Raywood Ash: Watters Plant of the Week

Ken Lain of Watters Garden Center of Prescott, Arizona shares the Watters Plant of the Week: Raywood Ash! Check out this week’s fun selection and stay tuned to see more information on how to grow this plant!. The boldest fall foliage, the dark green summer leaves turn attractive wine-red...
PRESCOTT, AZ
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2022 Verde Valley Community Clean Up

CREATE DEFENSIBLE SPACE - ALL YARD WASTE ACCEPTED. Clean up is open to all Yavapai County residents at no charge. Transfer Station will remain open on Tuesday and Wednesday with normal hours and fees. Download flyer for complete details.
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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September 29, 2022

UPDATE FOUND — NEW ALERT MISSING FATHER AND SON. UPDATE The Father and son have been located safe in the Prescott Area, apparently their vehicle got stuck and they got a ride out. Yavapai... Now Presenting the Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo. TPT Staff - September 29, 2022 0. Trick...
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YCSO Patrol Public Lands In The Verde Valley

Verde Valley Public Lands Patrol Over the weekend, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office conducted an intensive patrol on public lands between Cottonwood and Sedona. Deputies connected with folks who were using the lands for recreational camping and some users who were using the land for residential use. YCSO has seen a pattern of this residential use being associated with increased littering, the abuse of methamphetamine, and areas being inaccessible to visitors hoping to utilize the area for day or short camping trips. These details have resulted in arrests, criminal citations, education, and referrals to local resources including those in mental health. Deputies were pleased to come across a large group of concerned employees from Vortex ATV Rentals and volunteers from trashdogsaz.org who were conducting their own cleanup of trash left in this same area. YCSO will implement additional details in the coming weeks and continue to work to make sure our public lands are preserved and stay available for shared recreational use by our whole community.
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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ASU survey of suicide finds elderly are most at risk in Arizona

The ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety studied suicide trends in the state for the second half of the last decade. Elderly people were at the highest risk. People older than 75 had a rate of about 30.5 deaths by suicide per 100,000 people. Across all demographics, Yavapai...
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