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Sustainability park wins council vote
Written by Greg Ruland   
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 14:43
Clarkdale Sustainability Park came under fire from several residents and the outgoing vice mayor after Mayor Doug Von Gausig asked Town Council to approve an application for a grant that could pay the salary of a manager for...

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Horse empowers ranchers at Rainbow Acres living center
Written by Greg Ruland   
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 14:40
Joe, a cutting horse injured decades ago, passed his 30th birthday this year under the care of ranchers at Rainbow Acres, an assisted living center for developmentally disabled adults south of Cottonwood.

Unable to carry a...

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High school struggles to pay staff
Written by Greg Ruland   
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 14:34
Mingus Union High School District may need to increase its line of credit with Yavapai County to more than $2 million in order to meet payroll through September, MUHS Business Manager Kirk Waddle told the MUHSD board at its...

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No children, no pit bulls at dog park
Written by Greg Ruland   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 17:00
Pit bulls and children under 12 will be banned from Cottonwood Riverfront Dog Park according to a new law passed unanimously by the Cottonwood City Council on Feb. 16.

The bans are just two of several new rules proposed...

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Mago removed despite protest
Written by Greg Ruland   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 17:00
Protestors who succeeded in preventing the removal of a 39-foot tall statue and pedestal from Mago Earth Park on Saturday, Feb. 20, called off their protest Monday, Feb. 22, and agreed to stop blocking access to the park...

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Mathletes hunt for the answers
Written by Greg Ruland   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 17:00
Math counts for something at Cottonwood Middle School, where champion mathletes excel at state and regional competition each year, according to CMS math teacher and team sponsor Kathleen Jensen.

The proof: Teams from CMS...

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Young scientists test theories
Written by Greg Ruland   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 17:00
The youngest scientists in Cottonwood have a lot on their minds.

For example:

Which deflates faster, a balloon filled with helium or a balloon filled with air?
Which apple turns brown faster when exposed to the open air...

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Town replaces older hydrants
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010 17:00
A report that showed scores of fire hydrants around Clarkdale don’t work exaggerates the true number of hydrants that need to be replaced.

It does not suggest some areas of town are less safe from house fires than...

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