Precott, Ariz. — A missing hiker was found dead, his dog alive and lying next to him, in rugged forest in north-central Arizona five days after reporting he was lost, authorities said Thursday. Searchers found the body of Donald Hayes on Wednesday near Mingus Mountain after six days of...
Missing Ariz. Hiker Found Dead 'Far Away from Civilization' — and His Dog, Who Survived, Was by His Side
A missing hiker was found dead in Arizona, while his dog, who remained by his side, was found alive. On Wednesday, the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office announced that their days-long search for 74-year-old hiker Donald Hayes from Prescott Valley — who had last been seen on a Mingus Mountain trailhead on May 13 — had ended.
An elderly Arizona hiker who was reported missing for six days was discovered dead in a rugged forest with his loyal dog still alive at his side, according to officials. Searchers located the body of 74-year-old Donald Hayes on Wednesday near Mingus Mountain in north-central Arizona — about 85 miles north of Phoenix, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
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PRESCOTT, Ariz. — A missing hiker was found dead, his dog alive and lying next to him, in a rugged forest in north-central Arizona five days after reporting he was lost, authorities said Thursday. Related video above: Hiking safety tips. Searchers found the body of Donald Hayes on Wednesday...
Authorities in Yavapai County, Arizona, say the remains of missing hiker Donald Hayes were found with his dog Ranger still alive at his side. KPNX's Josh Sanders reports.May 20, 2022.
g hiker was found after a six-day search with his dog alive and lying next to him in a forest in north-central Arizona, authorities said Thursday. The post Missing Arizona hiker found dead with dog alive and by his side appeared first on KION546.
Hiker who was missing for nearly a week found dead in Arizona. His dog stayed by his side, authorities say.
The remains of Donald Hayes, 74, were found Wednesday after he went missing on the Wood Chute trailhead on Mingus Mountain on Friday.
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PHOENIX, Ariz. (KNXV) — A missing hiker in Arizona was found dead with his faithful dog by his side. Donald Hayes, 74, was hiking the Mingus Mountain's Woodchute trailhead, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office. He called for help last Friday after becoming lost. Forest Patrol responded...
Salt River Project Donates $2,500 to Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation to Support Foster Youth Transitioning into Adulthood
Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation (YC4KF) recently received a $2,500 grant from the Salt River Project to ensure the continuation of the Keys to Success Program, which in Yavapai County, is done in partnership with Arizona Friends of Foster Care Foundation. “When a youth ages out of foster care they...
The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that Ron Watkins, Republican candidate for Congressional District 2, will speak at their monthly meeting, Saturday, May 21st, in Chino Valley. Also speaking is State Representative Mark Finchem (R – Oro Valley), who President Trump has endorsed for Arizona Secretary of State. The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited. Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP.
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Missing hiker found dead in Arizona with his dog by his side, Yavapai sheriff says Donald Hayes, 74, contacted local authorities after he got lost on Mingus Mountain on May 13. (NCD)
A 74-year-old hiker who went missing in the Prescott National Forest was found dead Wednesday on Mingus Mountain. Donald Hayes went missing on May 13. The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office says forest officials had been in contact with Hayes via cellphone. But authorities say Hayes declined to stay put...
An elderly hiker who was missing for six days was found dead in a rugged forest in Arizona with his loyal dog still alive at his side, officials said. The body of 74-year-old Donald Hayes was located by authorities on Wednesday near Mingus Mountain in north-central Arizona — about 85 miles north of Phoenix, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. When responders arrived on scene, they found Hayes’ dog, Ranger, “very dehydrated and malnourished,” lying next to his body, officials said. Responders took the pup to an animal hospital before he was returned to Hayes’ wife, a sheriff’s office spokesperson...