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Roly-poly goldens, just waiting to be trained

Eleven golden retriever pups all line up in a row eagerly waiting to be petted.

Well, at 7 weeks old, it’s not actually a row, but more like a roly-poly, bouncy, nippy, yawny, golden, furry mishmash, waiting-to-be-trained to become service dogs for autistic children.

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Matching mature workers with companies looking for a few good people is the aim of the first senior job fair and forum hosted by the city of Sedona and the Sedona Chamber of Commerce.

Ready-to-work 50- to 90-year-olds are invited to participate in the forum held in collaboration with the Mature Workforce Committee of the Arizona Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging on Friday, Sept. 19, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Yavapai College in Sedona.

The event is free to participants and includes lunch.…

Greed has no limits for some people. Even when it comes to allegedly stealing money and hope from a dying child.

On Aug. 30, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office charged 53-year-old Spring Valley resident Douglas Riesberg with fraudulent schemes and theft from the Illinois chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Riesberg also has an extensive criminal history for failing to appear in court and dangerous drug crimes.

He is accused of scamming the foundation out of $11,000 and causing a huge disappointment to a very sick 16-year-old-boy in Chicago with a terminal medical condition.…

Join the Northern Arizona Council of Governments — Area Agency on Aging on Sept. 17 for its 17th annual Elder Issues Conference, Creating Caring Communities for Seniors: Best practices and beneficial tools, to be held at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center.

This professional conference is designed to provide new tools for law enforcement officers, physicians, nurses, social workers and professionals who work with elderly individuals.…

Cost and community acceptance were the top two issues at the second meeting of the

Sedona RoadRunner Citizen Review Commission on Tuesday, Sept. 2.

More than $800,000 was spent in fiscal 2008 to run the RoadRunner circulators and express shuttles, with the city of Sedona funding $339,789 of that amount and the remainder coming from state and federal grants which would go to other cities if not used here.

As requested by the commissioners, facilitator Jeff Meilbeck, general manager of NAIPTA, cut to the chase in terms of financial performance, showing actual performance data for the RoadRunner in fiscal 2008, which ended June 30.…

A write-in candidate in Legislative District 1 qualified for almost $20,000 in public financing under Arizona's Clean Elections law and may be qualified to run in the general election.…

Low turnout in Arizona’s Tuesday, Sept. 2, primary election probably cost a four-term legislator his District 1 state senate seat.…

On Tuesday, Aug. 26, at approximately noon, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office received information regarding a vehicle burglary that occurred at the Bell Rock Trailhead in the Village of Oak Creek.

The victim had parked her black Hyundai sedan at the trailhead around 8 a.m., and when she returned at 11:30 a.m., she found that unknown suspects smashed out a vehicle window and stole several items of personal property.…

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