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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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HUSD Student of the Week: Sergio

Congratulations to Sergio Mercado Bobadillo from Mountain View Elementary for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.

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HUSD Teacher of the Month: Ms. Fulfer

Ms. Fulfer has been a godsend to the Granville Elementary family. Principal Griffin received an email from a parent praising Ms. Fulfer stating, “My oldest daughter, now an 8th grader, struggled with science.

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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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Editorial cartoon (2): Jan. 16, 2019

Editorial cartoon (2): Jan. 16, 2019

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Editorial cartoon (1): Jan. 16, 2019

Editorial cartoon (1): Jan. 16, 2019

Williams: My softball career is over

I know a guy named Mike Best here in downtown Chino Valley – as does almost everyone else in town.