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Free chips and soda

APISMELLIS Home Care will be sponsoring tomorrow night’s Movies in the Park showing of How to Train Your Dragon at 8pm.  They will be donating bags of chips and sodas.  Come early to ensure you get your free snack! Thank you APISMELLIS Home Care for your support! Sponsored by PAACE Coalition  

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Quartzsite to hire Martin Brannan

In a move that will come as a surprise to many people, the Town of Quartzsite is seeking to hire former La Paz County Attorney Martin Brannan as the Town Prosecutor. The appointment is on the agenda of tomorrow’s special meeting of the Town Council, marked “Not open for public discussion.” The meeting is set for Thursday, April 28th at …

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NASCAR Loser Payback at Dumas Walker

Many have asked for these to be posted. The back story is that Chris Witham lost a bet. His NASCAR driver lost a race. Chris had to perform Shania Twain’s “Man, I feel like a woman” in drag. The “Real Chris”:

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Explosives alert closes highway near Quartzsite

2:01pm– Parker Live has learned that Highway 95 is closed on the route between Parker and Quartzsite, northbound traffic is diverted. Southbound traffic is closed at 12 Mile Junction. Motorists wanting to get to Quartzsite from Parker should use Mohave Road through the CRIT reservation to the I-10 freeway. A DPS spokesperson tells us law enforcement agencies are waiting for …

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Transient pleads guilty to kidnapping

On April 11, 2011, David Allen Hall, 24, a transient, entered a plea of guilty to two counts of kidnapping. The plea agreement will require Hall to serve 10.5 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections. Hall is not eligible for probation or early release. Sentencing is set for May 9, 2011. The case was prosecuted by La Paz County …

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Shooting reports

12:46am–. Some residents are reporting an isolated gunshot within Parker town limits and the apprehension of a suspect on 18th and Navajo. No further details are confirmed at this time.

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Movies in the Park

Movies in the Park will be showing The Neverending Story this evening at 7:30pm.  It’s a great, free evening out for the whole family.  It’s going to be a beautiful night so bring your chairs, blankets and snacks and enjoy the movie!! Sponsored by PAACE Coalition

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Flags at half staff today

You may have noticed that flags are at half mast on your way around this morning.  Governor Brewer has requested the flags be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Friday, April 15, 2011, in honor of Sergeant Christian A.S. Garcia, United States Army.  Sgt. Garcia died on April 2, 2011, in Babil, Iraq, of injuries sustained from indirect …

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