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NAU-Yavapai Welcome Center opens

Northern Arizona University President Dr. Rita Cheng opened her presentation to the Prescott Valley Town Council with a children’s tale of a drop of water that wanted to be a snowflake.

COMING HOME: Prescott Food Truck Festival sounds finger-lickin’ good

Maybe it’s because I am hungry that this weekend’s Food Truck Festival in Prescott sounds so good.

Corridor Briefs: Shakespeare at Arcosanti

SPECIAL EVENTS Arcosanti is presenting Shakespeare on September 2, 3, and 4. At 3:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday will be Alls Well That Ends Well and on Sept. 2 and 3 at 7:30 p.m. is Hamlet, with dinner available at 6 p.m.

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Man arrested for alleged involvement in screwdriver stabbing attack

VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK – A family fight on Aug. 20 resulted in one man’s being stabbed with a screwdriver, according to Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn.

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Performing arts programs return to Chino Valley schools

The wait is over, the performing arts programs are coming back to Chino Valley! In recent years the Chino Valley Unified School District #51 has had to make adjustments to programs offered at the elementary level due to budget cuts.

Humboldt Unified School District is ready to pick up where we left off

The 2016-17 school year is upon us and we are off to a tremendous start! These past few weeks have allowed us to welcome back our staff and students, celebrate their past successes, and set the tone for the future.

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AZMERIT part of the whole for HUSD progress measurement

When Lake Valley Elementary School Principal Aimee Fleming sees a student have that lightbulb moment, finally getting something they’ve worked so hard to understand, it’s indescribable, she said.

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE... A hard look at a strange election year

This is the worst election year I have ever experienced since I started voting in 1962’s midterm election and every election since then.

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Advanced Massage Therapy Seminar

My first question was, “What is the difference between regular therapy and advanced therapy?”

Corridor Briefs: Workshops and more planned

SPECIAL EVENTS August 20th is Breakfast at the Center with an abbreviated menu due to the heat.

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Dog Show at Meals on Wheels

It wasn’t and ordinary dog show as any dog was allowed to enter, not just those with pedigrees.

Corridor Briefs: Seminar set

Seminar by Sheena Yakopatz, Advanced Massage Therapist, will be held at the Center for Energetic Healing, 16148 Cordes Lakes Drive, on August 15.

Taco Tuesday a tasty success

It can’t be called anything but a great success when the kitchen runs out of food due to the overwhelming support of the community and their love of tacos.

Trained volunteers save our lives

Why is it that when someone says “first responders” most people think Fire Department?

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Chino Council tells staff to reexamine treating flag like a business sign

Staff of the Town of Chino Valley have been working for years to revamp the sign ordinances, with the goal of making them friendlier for businesses.

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE... Cordes Lakes land misunderstanding

There seems to be a misunderstanding about the lands surrounding Cordes Lakes.

Corridor Briefs: Dog Show at Mayer Meals on Wheels

SPECIAL EVENTS Dog Show at Mayer Meals on Wheels, 10001 Miami Street, on Aug. 5.

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HOPE Concert was standing-room only

Those who have been to a concert sponsored by the California Baptist University knew they were in for a treat when Mayer Community Church announced that they would be in town again this year.

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Driver stopped for going too slow; deputy finds 3 pounds of pot in car

PRESCOTT – A deputy who pulled over a car for driving 35 in a 75 zone on Interstate 17 on Monday, Aug. 1, found a 17-year-old driver with no license, and seized almost three pounds of marijuana.

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Flash Flood Warning issued for Yavapai County

The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Yavapai County until 3:30 p.m.

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Body found on I-17 near Camp Verde

CAMP VERDE – A body was found on the shoulder of I-17 northbound near Camp Verde Sunday morning, July 31, according to the Department of Public Safety.

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Dog owner searching for shooter

Sedona resident Jerry Frey got a call from the caretaker of his Chino Valley property.

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PV approves a second marijuana facility

Prescott Valley Town Councilmember Lora Lee Nye faced a dilemma.

COMING HOME: Monsoon season always welcome here

We were having a barbeque the other evening at my folks’ house when one of our famed summer thunderstorms hit with unmerciful force.

Corridor Briefs: Food program ends July 29

SPECIAL EVENTS The School Food Program is continuing at the Cordes Lakes Community Center.