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Dewey man graduates from US Marine Corps boot camp

Private 1st Class Terry L. White II, 19, of Dewey, graduated from the United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego on Jan. 5.

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Spelling bee winners

Mingus Springs Charter School has announced its spelling bee winners.

Mountain View Principal's List & Honor Roll

Honor Roll: Week of Jan. 31, 2018

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Corvette Club Foundation donates locally

The Prescott Vette Sette Charitable Foundation, sponsors of the 11th annual All Corvette Show in downtown Prescott has resulted in $9,999 being donated to three local nonprofits and educational organizations.

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Prescott College awards full tuition scholarships to outstanding students

Prescott College has awarded full tuition scholarships to five students from around the country.

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Dove Marie Gundermann earns grant

Chapter BG, P.E.O. Sisterhood, Prescott, recently awarded a Program for Continuing Education (PCE) Grant to Dove Marie Gundermann to assist her with her educational expenses as she pursues her education and career goals.

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Prescott Noon Lions Club donates $40,000 locally

Fulfilling grant requests from 30 Prescott charitable organizations, the Prescott Noon Lions Club distributed proceeds from its paper recycling project in October for the 44th consecutive year.

Bonneville graduates from Castleton University

Connor Bonneville of Prescott graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from Castleton University following the successful completion of the fall semester in December 2017.

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P.E.O. Chapter members recognized

Chapter O is one of the very first P.E.O Chapters in Prescott.

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DWPA book drive benefits Taylor Hicks School

The Democratic Women of the Prescott Area (DWPA) organized a children’s book drive for Taylor Hicks School recently.

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American Legion Auxiliary Unit 6 Christmas charities

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 6, Prescott, supports our local veterans’ community through two programs in their Christmas Charities projects.

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Yavapai County celebrates service awards

At the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 6, Yavapai County Human Resources and Risk Management Director Wendy Ross had the opportunity to assist the Board of Supervisors in presenting several county elected officials and department directors with service awards.

Fann, employees give over $41K to nonprofits

Eleven years ago, when president Mike Fann kicked off Fann Contracting, Inc.’s new charitable giving program, Fann Employees Making A Difference (FEMAD), his goal was simply to encourage his employees to join him in giving back to the local communities.

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Local cheer team heads to national competition

The Prescott Valley Vipers, a cheer team, are on their way to nationals in Las Vegas.

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Holiday season program

Pictured is the Prescott High School Choir members performing at the December meeting of the GFWC Monday Club in Prescott.

Kelly and Kayler named as Seasonal Judge Pro Tems

Announcement of Judge Pro Tempore Presiding Judge David L. Mackey is pleased to announce his selection of Chris Kottke as Judge Pro Tem effective January 1, 2018.

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YC’s Selina Bliss takes helm of Arizona Nursing Association

Yavapai College Nursing Professor Selina Bliss already has a line of credentials after her name, including Ph.D., and Registered Nurse. She recently added another: President of the Arizona Nursing Association, or AzNA.

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Spinners and weavers group celebrates 40th anniversary

Mountain Spinners and Weavers Group is celebrating their 40th anniversary!

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Nursing Graduate - Melissa Gasho-Toops

Melissa Gasho-Toops, a Prescott High School graduate, graduated from Northwestern State University, cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

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Lions' students of the month honored

The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club was pleased to recognized its students of the month at their November 15 meeting.

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Yavapai Chapter DAR members help with Citizen’s Cemetery clean up

In preparation for the Yavapai County Cemetery Association’s walk on Oct. 28, the Yavapai Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution spent part of their day on the 11th of October cleaning up graves at the Citizen’s Cemetery.

PV student admitted to Cornell College

Students from around the country were admitted to Cornell College for the Fall 2018 semester, including Luke Poteat of Prescott Valley, Arizona, who was awarded the Trustee Scholarship.

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Summer’s DanceWorks of Prescott performed at Disneyland

Summer’s DanceWorks of Prescott, owned and directed by Summer Hinton, recently had the pleasure of performing at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.

Jerome Simpson appointed to Seligman Unified School District Governing Board

Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jerome Simpson to the Seligman Unified School District Governing Board.

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Veterans Day Celebration at Alta Vista Senior Living

Alta Vista Senior Living and Kindred Hospice joined together for our 3rd Annual Veteran’s Day Celebration.