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Dewey-Humboldt extends emergency proclamation

As coronavirus cases continue to surge in Arizona at an alarming rate, the Town of Dewey-Humboldt issued a statement on July 1, declaring that it is extending its emergency proclamation through July …
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Chloe Woodruff breaks speed record on Prescott Circle Trail

As part of her Prescott Circle Trail Challenge fundraiser, professional mountain biker Chloe Woodruff recorded the fastest known time (FKT) on the Prescott Circle Trail, clocking in at 4 hours and 33…
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Kobritz: USA Gymnastics still tone deaf

The passage of time hasn’t diminished their pain — physical, mental, emotional. They are reminded of it with each passing day that USA Gymnastics (USAG) and its former apologists and supporters rema…
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Birding: Baby hummingbird rescue has happy ending

Last Friday morning, I received an urgent phone call from some folks who live out Williamson Valley Road. They explained they had a baby hummingbird that was trying to leave the nest, but was “stuck.…
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Dear Annie: Broken heart during COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic broke my relationship. I was with my guy for 14 years, and we live in different towns. ...
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Healthy Ekman-Larsson ready to give Coyotes a playoff boost

— Oliver Ekman-Larsson had knee surgery last summer, fully expecting it to help him have a healthy 2019-20 season. The Arizona Coyotes captain instead played with lingering pain, never able to fully …
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AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports due to outbreak

The Ivy League on Wednesday became the first Division I conference to say it will not play sports this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Assoc…
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'A hot mess': Americans face testing delays as virus surges

For two weeks, Rachael Jones has stayed home, going without a paycheck while waiting and waiting for the results of a COVID-19 test from a pharmacy near Philadelphia. "I'm just so disappointed. I ju…
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Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopen

Determined to reopen America's schools despite coronavirus worries, President Donald Trump threatened on Wednesday to hold back federal money if school districts don't bring their students back in th…
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Arizona Community Foundation raises over $316,000 to help nonprofits respond to COVID-19

Thanks to the generosity of foundation and corporate partners, businesses, and individual donors and families, the Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County has raised $316,427 to help nonprofit…
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Brooks Brothers, worn by Lincoln and Kennedy, goes bankrupt

Brooks Brothers, the 200-year-old company that dressed nearly every U.S. president, filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday, the latest major clothing seller to be toppled by the coronavirus pandem…
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Upcoming MLB free agents have fewer games to impress

Robbie Ray already knew 2020 would be a big season for his financial future because it's his last one before becoming a free agent. Now the Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander has less time to make a st…
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Ryder Cup postponed until 2021; Presidents Cup pushed back

Seth Waugh knows how a Ryder Cup is supposed to look and how it should sound. In his first week as CEO at the PGA of America, Waugh was in the 72-foot high grandstand behind the first tee at Le Golf …
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Games are restarting, but few reporters will be there

Many familiar pregame sights won't be back when baseball and the NBA return later this month. Managers won't exchange lineup cards at home plate and basketball lineup introductions won't feature spec…
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Arizona virus deaths nearing 2,000, local confirmed cases triple since June 1

The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona shows no sign of easing Wednesday, July 8, as hospitals report treating the largest number of patients yet in their emergency departments and the most e…
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