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Sue Tone

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Leaving a legacy: Betty Comfort bequeaths $209K to historical society

Funds set aside for future capital projects

The late Betty Jean Comfort, longtime Dewey-Humboldt resident and community volunteer, bequeathed a substantial gift to the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society (DHHS), donating $209,827 as part of her estate.

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Town heads back to court on Franklin Phonetic School parking citation

Wants judge to review language in town code

Although a judge dismissed the Town of Prescott Valley’s most recent Request for Rehearing, Town Attorney Ivan Legler said he currently is in the process of preparing a new petition in hopes the Court of Appeals will see things differently.

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New mayor, 2 council members tackle difficult topic at first meeting

Teary goodbyes, and some stumbles mark first council meeting of year

For many in the packed auditorium, the farewells to two Prescott Valley council members and one mayor brought tears along with plentiful accolades at the first council meeting of the year Jan. 10.

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Help create quilt squares for veterans project

The Prescott Valley Public Library and AZ Freedom Quilters Chapter #546 are hosting the 2019 Quilts of Valor Foundation National Sew Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, in the third floor Crystal Room of the Prescott Valley Public Library.

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PV Library offers D&D, Coding for Girls, new book club in 2019

New year, new programs for teens

Prescott Valley Public Library announces three new programs for teenagers that already have started or will begin in January.

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Third annual Women March On set for Saturday

Event at courthouse to include music, flash mob dance

Taking place for the third year in a row, the Yavapai County Women March On is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Yavapai County courthouse plaza.

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HUSD superintendent gets glowing evaluation

Streeter to donate performance pay to Hungry Kids program

School board members can talk about their superintendent in executive session without the public hearing.

MLK Jr. Day includes march, opportunity to serve community

In celebration of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 21, 31 AmeriCorps members of Arizona Serve of Prescott College have organized nine service projects in the Quad Cities in which the community is invited to participate.

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College interns looking for experience, opportunities

Setting up summer and fall semester positions

Prescott College wants to expand internship opportunities for its local students in order to provide real-world experiences combined with college credit.

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ERAU chancellor to step down in May

Dr. Frank Ayers will teach aviation, leadership courses at Daytona Beach campus

After 10 years heading up the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott campus, Chancellor Dr. Frank Ayers and his wife, Debbie, have decided to return to Florida to be closer to family.

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