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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Local agencies, schools prepare for the unthinkable
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An emergency response team trains during a recent ‘shooter on campus’ exercise at Yavapai College.
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An emergency response team trains during a recent ‘shooter on campus’ exercise at Yavapai College.
Mass shootings - usually by white males in their late teens to early 20s - have become an unfortunate part of the American landscape.

Can it happen here?


Monday, July 21, 2014
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• CASA help needed for 'Renee' and 'Patsy'
• Upcoming Phippen Museum show will focus on horses
• Winnie Ruth Judd: The Trunk Murders explore famous murder mystery
• CCJ is now an 'anchor site' for Dept. of Economic Security
• Komen foundation grants nearly $50K to county health
• Alta Vista to host elder abuse seminar on Wednesday

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• 'Bye Bye Birdie' on PCA stage this weekend
• Kudos Nightlife Calendar July 18-25
• Prescott Film Festival: A celebration of firsts
• PCA Stage Too presents: 'The Fence'
• Chew on This: Maya Mexican Restaurant celebrates 23 years
• Boys of Summer have leg up on fashion evolution
• Moonbeams - Horoscopes for Week of July 18-24
• Off the Shelf - Cumin, Camels, and Caravans: A Spice Odyssey" by Gary Paul Nabhan
• Out & About: Page Springs Cellars hosts 5th annual Cork Boat Race

Business


• Judy May: Conducting the Little Restaurant That Could
• Employee healthcare still in reach for small businesses
• Simple trick makes it easy to remember tough passwords
• Candidates coming to Prescott for meet-and-greet
• Prescott Area Young Professionals' July 23 business mixer
• The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed Winn School of Real Estate
• The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomes the Terraces at Glassford Hill
• 100 Years of Selling Blooms
• Dunn-Edwards opens Prescott store

Milestones
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• 65th Anniversary - Ray and Lois Thompson
• Engagement - Bass, Sialega
• Birth: Oscar Armando Acosta Ayala
• Birth: Juliette Elise Davenport
• Birth: Elaina Pearl Goswick
• Birth: Elaina Pearl Goswick
• Birth: Carson James Harper
• Birth: Anne Belle Hedges
• Birth: Elais Josiah Herrera

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• Natural Health: Getting the most of Omega 3's
• One pilot, one parachute and a chance meeting that changed a life
• Pancakes, chocolate and cherry tomatoes!
• Wisdom teeth ~ to pull or not to pull
• Eco_Logic: From out of the ashes
• Judge not, folks
• Summertime overshare
• Off the Cuff: Lucky 7 Percent! Congress approval hits an historic low
• Looking back at the Bradley Method

Opinions
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• Editorial: Kids & Co. should get a very close look
• Letter: Organizers good only at redistribution
• Letter: G&F must use care in killing animals
• Letter: Alinsky defense was way off target
• Letter: Stolen flag had been presented to WWII veteran's widow
• RANTS&RAVES: July 20
• Editorial: City inconsistent on rule-bending
• Column: Secrets to marital success revealed
• Letter: Cellphone passcodes a hindrance in an emergency situation

Sports
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• Collmenter helps Arizona open 2nd half with 3-game sweep
• NFL preseason previews: NFC West
• McIlroy wins British Open for 3rd major
• Prescott Valley club softball team already making strides in 12-and-Under division
• Montero, Goldschmidt power Diamondbacks over Cubs
• McIlroy builds 6-shot lead at British Open
• First-year Chino Valley coach Wade Krug works to right the Cougars' ship
• Prescott's Sarah Jacobelli makes smooth transition to ice hockey
• Record 68 teams visit Prescott today through Sunday for 'Best of the West' tournament

Features
Getting Out | Prime Time | Vitality


• Column: U.S. oil could be the next U.S. target
• Column: Green shorts, pink shirts show the impact of color
• Clubs & Meetings: Week of July 21
• Classes For The Taking: Week of July 21
• Hearing loss support groups available locally
• Doctors' responses to patient satisfaction surveys are telling
• Choosing the right luggage key to happy travels
• Vitamin D deficiency linked to serious illnesses
• Nightmares trigger 'fight or flight,' boosting heart rate

Obituaries


• Obituary: Linda Mae James
• Obituary: Winifred Gegg
• Obituary: Eugene "Gene" Higgins
• Obituary: Peggy Swycaffer
• Obituary: David Loomis McMorris
• Obituary: Leonard Michael Romero
• Obituary: Margaret Eleanor Young
• Obituary: Ivan Oriando Gage
• Obituary: Joyce Ann Liddle

Special Sections


• Kids Fest - 2014 Summer Guide
• "World's Oldest Rodeo" - Frontier Days 2014
• Courier special section wrap: Honoring the Fallen
• Welcome Home - New Residents Guide
• Prescott Arizona Sesquicentennial
• Graduation Commemorative 2014
• Spring Home & Garden guide 2014
• Quad-Cities Health Care Focus 2014
• Bride & Groom Wedding Guide 2014

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