Prescott eNews  |   Chino Valley eNews  |    Prescott Valley eNews    |   eNewsAZ |   ArizonaPod.News
News

News (7246)

According to a press release issued by Susan Quayle, Media Relations Coordinator for YCSO, a 2-year-old boy in Cottonwood was uninjured despite a rather adventurous ride.

The iPhone is Coming...

So, you've seen the pictures and the commercials and the keynote, and you want one. You really want one. An iPhone of your very own. But, you live in the Prescott area, a gorgeous place to live, but not exactly a robust metropolitan area. And, you've heard that iPhones are only available at Apple stores, except, Apple doesn't have a store here in Prescott. Not even in Gateway Mall.

It was May of 2004, when, according to a press release issued by Susan Quayle, Media Relations Coordinator for YCSO, a truck with a load of Sea-Doos was stolen from a residence in Cottonwood. When the truck was recovered, the 38-year-old driver, John Scott Ferrell from Camp Verde, was arrested for the theft of the truck and the Sea Doos. But, upon examination of the truck, it was apparent that two of the Sea Doos were missing from the truck.
After a bomb scare yesterday, that caused the Yavapai County Courthouse to be evacuated, today all is well, and the court is again open for business.
The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office has identified the body found in Sedona on May 20, 2007 as that of John Anthony Hopkins, 39, from Camp Verde, AZ.
A 13-year-old Seligman youth was critically injured on Saturday in a motorcycle accident. Evidently, he did not see a cable strung across the entrance to a driveway. The teen ran into the cable, striking it across his abdomen and was thrown from his motorcycle.