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The anticpiated four-day school weeks begin Monday, July 29, and with that comes changes to the bus schedules for students. The Wickenburg Sun will publish the new schedules and letters from the prinicpals to their students and parents in the B-Section of next week’s paper.

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A school district maintenance pickup burns Monday morning near Wickenburg High School. According to Supt. Howard Carlson, an employee was driving the truck when he noticed smoke. He exited the vehicle and attempted to put out the flames with a fire extinguisher, but was unsuccessful. The tru…

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Hassayampa River Preserve’s Ranger Eric is hosting an easy-paced, guided walk along the Preserve trails to learn about the plants, animals, ecology, and history of the Hassayampa River Preserve Friday, July 19 from 7:15-9:15 a.m. Registration is required for all programs at the preserve, and…

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The CAP office and St. Mary’s Food Bank are teaming up to offer the Wickenburg community a food distribution service on the fourth Tuesday of every month. The next distribution will be July 23 starting around 8:30 a.m., continuing until all food is distributed.

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A golf tournament to benefit Tonali Vigueria is being held July 20 at the Wickenburg Country Club, 1420 N. Country Club Dr. in Wickenburg. Check-in is at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

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The monthly meeting of the Democrats of Wickenburg, Congress, Yarnell and Morristown, will be held Monday, July 22, at the Wickenburg Country Club, 1420 W. Country Club Dr., in Wickenburg.

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The Town of Wickenburg Parks and Recreation is hosting their last week of Explorer’s Camp. From July 22 - 25 the campers will become underground explorers during “cave crawlers” and beat the heat for “frozen planet”.

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Loralai Forbes practices kayak safety during a paddlesport education course sponsored by Wickenburg Parks and Recreation last weekend at the town pool. Summer rec programs will be winding down with the start of school on July 29.

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An historic house is hauled through the intersection of W. Wickenburg Way and S. Vulture Mine Road Thursday, July 11. The house had been moved from Vulture City around 1935 to N. Adams Street in Wickenburg, according to historian Cindy Thrasher who researched its history for  Vulture City ma…

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Residents living in and around the Wickenburg can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Mount Hope Assembly of God will host this community event on July 16. The site…

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Col. Michael F. Rothermel recently retired as the Chief, Security Forces, Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command at Robins Air Force Base, Ga. Rothermel is a 1984 graduate of Wickenburg High School and son of Susie and the late Fritz Rothermel of Wickenburg.

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In the early morning hours of June 28, the Wickenburg Community Hospital computer network was victim to a ransomware attack, according to President and CEO Jim Tavary.

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A 400-acre brush fire, started the afternoon of July 7 near Whispering Ranch, was about 50 percent contained as of Monday morning, according to Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management Public Affairs Officer Tiffany Davila.

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A small contingent of Wickenburg people left at 7 a.m. Sunday morning to travel to Ensenada, Mexico. They will be there until Friday lending helping hands at Rancho Agua Viva. Agua Viva Ministries is an organization dedicated to seeing the country of Mexico transformed by the love of Jesus. …

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Back-to-school is coming soon. Before long the alarm will ring, parents drag themselves out of bed and their children will be off to catch the bus to meet their teachers and find their desks. With the summer break rapidly coming to an end, the annual Back-to-School Prayer Night is planned fo…

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TravelMasters, a member of member of Travel Leaders Network, recently announced it joined with more than 2,100 travel industry leaders for the EDGE: Educate, Discover, Gather, Evolve International Conference in National Harbor, Md. The conference was hosted by Travel Leaders Network, one of …

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Congress Health Council and Congress Senior Citizen’s Inc. recently  announced their annual Scholarship to Sadie Busone of Congress in the amount of $700.  

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Aguila Library, part of the Maricopa County Library District (MCLD), has been given a $10,000 grant by Freeport-McMoRan’s Bagdad operation to connect hundreds of youth who visit the rural library each year with new and expanding technology. In particular, the grant will focus on 3D printing …

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Kenneth Heineman of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Wickenburg recently won the firm’s exclusive Spirit of Caring Award designed to recognize those financial advisors who exemplify the values, culture and spirit of giving back.