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County Detention Centers Make Accommodations for Baptism

The Coconino County Detention Facility just received a new bapistery ...

The US Debt Just Exceeded $19 Trillion. Here’s How We Got Here.

The US national debt exceeds $19 trillion. On Monday the U.S. ...

Six Months Later, Gold King Mine Crisis has Passed but Concerns Linger

  The Navajo were directly affected because the Animas runs ...

New Residential Burning Permit Policies

Residential Burn Permit Changes Central Yavapai Fire District, ...

Dangerous Drugs & Marijuana Wax Seized During Traffic Stop

YCSO Patrol Deputy seizes Dangerous Drugs and Marijuana ...

It's Oscar Month at the Prescott Film Festival!

Prescott Film Festival to present Oscar Nominated Short Films The ...

The Benefits of Breastfeeding

The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom and Baby Fewer ear infections, ...

McCain On The Anniversary Of Kayla Mueller's Death

STATEMENT BY SENATOR JOHN McCAIN ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF DEATH OF KAYLA ...

Expectations For Pile Burning Conditions To Improve Next Week

Fire managers were not able to complete any pile burning this week, ...

Phoenix Entrepreneur Hopes to Cash in on ABC’s Shark Tank

  Angela Cody-Rouget, who has made a business out of helping ...

Rep. Gosar Introduces Cottonwood Land Exchange Act

Coconino National Forest and Cottonwood seek a land exchange. ...

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  The Navajo were directly affected because the Animas runs into the San Juan River, which runs through 215 miles of tribal lands and is a major agricultural resource.
Residential Burn Permit Changes
YCSO Patrol Deputy seizes Dangerous Drugs and Marijuana ‘Wax’ during Traffic Stop – Suspect Arrested