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Pronghorn Antelope

What Happened to the Prescott Valley Pronghorn Antelope Herd? – Bill Williams

Photo courtesy of George Andrejko Dispelling the myths and rumors about the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s roundup and relocation of the antelope Most of the antelope herd is now on the far east side of Prescott valley. Photo: Bill Williams The fastest land animal in North America can make it seem effortless, reaching a

Missing Person

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Personnel and Search and Rescue Units Still Searching for Missing Camper

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Search and Rescue volunteers have been searching relentlessly over the past five days for missing camper 63-year-old Jeffrey Gordon Stambaugh of Tucson who has not been seen since 10:30am September 30th, 2022. Stambaugh made reservations at the Yavapai Campground within the Granite Basin Recreation Area for Tuesday September 27th

Wildfires

Slate Fire grows to 100 acres, leads to closures along Hwy 180

The Slate Fire which began early this morning (Monday, 6/7) is located approximately 23 miles northwest of Flagstaff on the west side of U.S. Highway 180 and has grown to roughly 100 acres throughout the day. Portions of Highway 180 will be closed throughout the remainder of the day and into the evening as responders

Legal Beat

Prescott Man Arrested After Multi Agency Search

On Thursday August 20, 2020 at about 645 am officers responded to a call of a possible victim who had walked into the lobby of the La Quinta Inn located 4499 East Highway 69 and was bleeding from her face and possibly her head.  Prior to officers arriving on scene a male subject came inside

Science

NASA’s next Mars Rover is brawniest and brainiest one yet

With eight successful Mars landings, NASA is upping the ante with its newest rover. The spacecraft Perseverance is NASA’s brawniest and brainiest Martian rover yet. It sports the latest landing tech, plus the most cameras and microphones ever assembled to capture the sights and sounds of Mars. Its super-sanitized sample return tubes — for rocks

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