Cooking club students take field trip

My name is Kelly Gallagher, I am a teacher at Granite Mountain School in PUSD.

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MATFORCE announces winners of 'Stand With Me, Be Drug Free' video contest

Area youth, ages 11 to 18, were invited to let their voices be heard by creating an original short video that makes a positive statement about reducing drug and alcohol abuse.

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Yale law student Alexandra Oakley Schluntz awarded major scholarship

Prescott Chapter Y of the Philantrophic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) is proud to announce that Alexandra Oakley Schluntz (Alex) has been awarded a P.E.O. Scholar Award in the amount of $15,000.

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Annmarie Roskos completes basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Annmarie I. Roskos graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Three court professionals become Fellows at Institute for Court Management

The latest Arizona court professionals to graduate from the Institute for Court Management Fellows program work for courts in Prescott, Phoenix and Tucson.

Prescott man inducted into Phi Kappa Phi

Brennan Hughey of Prescott, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.

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Students receive scholarships from Elks National Foundation

The following local students received scholarships from the Elks National Foundation.

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St. Luke’s awards two scholarships

Fr. Pierre-Henry Buisson, Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, awarded the first of two annual two $1,000 College Scholarships to two quad-city high school seniors on May 7.

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Olivia Bass graduates from California State University

Olivia Bass, a 2011 graduate of Prescott High School, graduated May 20 in a ceremony at California State University at Channel Islands, located outside of Camarillo, Calif. She currently is a resident of Ventura, Calif.

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Lynn Baxter was accepted for the Summer Institute on Youth Mentoring

Lynn Baxter, program director for Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, was accepted for the 2017 Summer Institute on Youth Mentoring at Portland State University in Oregon.

Deans Lists

Deans Lists

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Yavapai College Small Business Development Center honored by state, federal organizations

The Yavapai College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) was honored at the 24th annual Enterprise Business Awards Luncheon on May 18 for the “hard work, great ideas and dedication” of the SBDC’s mission: serving as an educational resource to small businesses.

Prescott College Honors Emeritus Faculty

Prescott College honored several faculty members with faculty emeritus status at a ceremony on the Prescott College campus on Friday, May 19.

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David Wilhelmesen graduates law school

David Wilhelmsen graduated from Notre Dame Law School with honors.

Local graduates

William McKnight III, of Chino Valley, was among the 481 students earning degrees from University of Sioux Falls Sunday, May 21.

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CASA for Kids supports county program

Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation proudly supports the CASA program of Yavapai County.

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Yavapai Chapter DAR daughter honored

Yavapai Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to announce that one of their members has been awarded the Phyllis “Mom” Lacey Volunteer of the Year Spirit Award.

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Yavapai College trio honored for individual excellence

Dowling, Whitsitt and Gorman are 2017 NISOD winners

A national organization committed to excellence in teaching, learning and leadership at community and technical colleges included three Yavapai College employees on its list of 2017 Excellence Award winners.

Two Prescott residents make college Dean's Lists

Jenna Marie Chaffeur and Julia Hostetter, both of Prescott, make the Dean's List at their respective schools.

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Yavapai Chapter DAR grants a ‘Fly The Flag’ award

The Homeowners Association officers of the Victorian Estates have received a “Fly the Flag” certificate from the Yavapai Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.

Monday Club gives to library

Monday Club Vice President, Jean Phillips, presented a check for $1,000 to the Prescott Public Library.

Teachers get cash to fight childhood obesity

$5,000 grants will be used for sports equipment, more

A Black Canyon City teacher was among five Arizona teachers and their schools receiving $5,000 grants to fund school programs that fight childhood obesity.

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Prescott Police seek donations for Youth Role Model scholarships

Each year student “Youth Role Models” from Prescott High School visit classrooms of sixth- and eighth-graders at Mile High and Granite Mountain Middle Schools.

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Tanner Dodt wins second place in 2017 Arizona State Spelling Bee

Tanner Dodt, the three-time Yavapai County spelling bee champion, won second place at the 2017 Arizona State Spelling Bee that took place on March 25, in Phoenix.

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Prescott High grad Jordan Kliphon headed to Manhattan School of Music

Doris and Duly Winkler are proud to announce the graduation of their granddaughter, Jordan Paige Kliphon, from Prescott High School. She is a Graduate of Distinction, which is the highest recognition that PHS awards to a student with a 4.0 or higher GPA in an Advanced Placement curriculum.