Jason Wheeler

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‘Witch Child’ filmmakers submit trailer to film festivals

Though the trailer for “Witch Child” was made really quickly after shooting for the film wrapped, the filmmakers ran into a bit of an issue during post-production, said Director and Producer Andrew Johnson-Schmit.

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How to prevent purse snatching

Since she always has her purse on her, continually carrying it around and not keeping it in her shopping cart, Mia Moffitt said she isn’t worried about purse snatchers at all.

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Chiefs dethrone Rams at Prescott Valley Event Center

PRESCOTT VALLEY — After a few years on top, the Rams were dethroned by the Chiefs in the championship game of the Prescott Valley Event Center Adult Hockey league on Monday, Feb. 6.

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Fun, magic in Prescott Valley theater lineup

When it comes to figuring out what to schedule for the upcoming Prescott Valley Performing Arts season, Executive Director Clyde Neville said the ideas come from seeing what’s trending in the country, reading the American Association of Community Theaters newsletter and asking other theaters what’s hot and how they’re making their seasons up.

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Former Bears’ standout named 'Player to Watch' in NAIA

PRESCOTT VALLEY – Ever since he was little playing T-Ball, former Bradshaw Mountain High School student Dallas Riggs said he was really into baseball.

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Habitat home from May's expo in final stages

House that community built should be finished by March

At the Yavapai County Contractor’s Association Home and Garden Show last May, visitors were asked to help build a home for a local family.

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Stop and go on Highway 69

Traffic signal timing challenge with traffic flow

Chris Pikula said he moved to the area about six months ago and one thing he’s noticed in particular is the timing of the traffic lights on Highway 69.

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Freezing for fun: Polar Bears brave chilly water (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Coming up out of the water, Ashley Lenzi said she felt like an ice cube following her fourth year of participating in Prescott Valley’s Polar Bear Splash.

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State takes $2.3 million back from Humboldt Unified School District

HUSD left with only $300,000 for its capital improvements

Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board Vice President Suzie Roth voiced her frustration with the state legislators, stating how little they value education.

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Bathroom tokens?: More than money ends up in Salvation Army kettles

There are all kinds of things that wind up in a Salvation Army kettle during the holidays, said Salvation Army member Jeff Gavroy, noting that other than money, people can drop in anything from pocket lint to pieces of jewelry.

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