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The Verde Independent | Cottonwood, Arizona
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Judge orders Dickinson to go directly to state prison
Wade Cole Dickinson
Wade Cole Dickinson
CAMP VERDE -- Wade Cole Dickinson, the 28-year-old convicted prisoner who scaled the Yavapai County Jail recreation yard fence July 12th, and was on the run while police searched, will go directly to prison.




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History in the making
History in the making
The sixth annual Clarkdale Historic and Building Home Tour to fund the Clarkdale Historic Society and Museum used vans to cart people from various locations on Saturday. One stop was at the Native American Bible Church where Yavapai Elder Pai Katherine Marquez gave historic accounts. VVN/Vyto StarinskasClick on above photo to view gallery

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