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Parker Treasure Hunt: January

The Parker Treasure Hunt is back for January! Clues will go out on KLPZ 1380am’s morning show every day, and then on this page (below) one day later. You’re looking for an item, hidden within Parker city limits, which has Lane’s logo on it. You can bring it to Lane’s and trade it for cash if you find it. Good …

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Sam Vederman to retire as Superior Court Judge

Judge Samuel Vederman has notified state and county officials that he will be retiring from the La Paz County Superior Court on June 30th, 2017. Vederman sent a letter to Governor Doug Ducey announcing his intentions to step down from the bench and shortly thereafter informed others, saying he needed to give the governor’s office ample time to field and …

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Top Ten Parker Live Stories of 2016

Chaos at the fair, future of the Float and the identity of Ken and Tuff: there’s no place like Parker, Arizona, and nobody covers it the way Parker Live does! Dear readers: Parker, AZ is a small town. But unlike most small towns, the community of people who come and go from our beaches is pretty vast, when you add …

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Dan Field out as County Administrator

Dan Field is done as La Paz County Administrator after the last Board of Supervisors meeting of the current term. Officially he is to be ‘terminated for no cause’ at the end of a 3-month paid administrative leave. Field’s role as Administrator had been a topic of the 2016 election season, with District 2 Supervisor-Elect Duce Minor stating his intentions …

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Dan Field on agenda for second time in 14 months

Evaluating the job of County Administrator Dan Field is on the agenda at the La Paz County Board of Supervisors meeting next Monday. His employment has been one of many election-defining issues this year, with District 2 Supervisor-Elect Duce Minor publicly promising to vote to terminate Field’s contract as County Administrator. Toward the end of Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting, the …

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WATCH LIVE: James Burns in a Parker jail cell

This is a live feed from the inside of a cell at the La Paz County Jail in Parker, AZ. The inmate is James Burns, a volunteer and VICE filmmaker who wanted to document the experience of being in solitary confinement. Cameras from VICE will be broadcasting from his cell live, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. He …

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New community center opens at AWC

Construction is just about completed and the doors have been thrown open at Arizona Western College’s new community center next to its La Paz Learning Center in Parker. On Monday afternoon, the ribbon was cut and speeches by dignitaries were made outside the new building on 11th Street in Parker. It’s an area of town in transformation, with the AWC …

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New film highlights Tribes’ water and land protection efforts

Senior water rights and ancestral lands are at the heart of a new documentary film about the Colorado River Indian Tribes to be screened Thursday night in Parker. The new film was commissioned by the CRIT Tribal Council to examine two big challenges for the Tribes in the present day: the effort to assert its rights to Colorado River water, …

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Parker Treasure Hunt: December

The Parker Treasure Hunt is back! Clues will go out on KLPZ 1380am’s morning show every day, and then on this page (below) one day later. You’re looking for an item, hidden within Parker city limits, which has Lane’s logo on it. You can bring it to Lane’s and trade it for $200 if you find it. Good luck! —– …

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Win with KLPZ’s 12 Days of Christmas!

WINNERS: We’ve announced the winners, and they are Shannon T, John M, Marsha C, Joe E, Russ B, Gayle P, Mason V, KC, Nick P, Terry L, Junior S, Janie M and John B. Congrats winners, and Merry Christmas to everyone. It’s KLPZ’s 12 Days of Christmas! Santa has come to KLPZ through 12 of our business sponsors, each of …

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