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Weather impacts construction on Boys & Girls Club

Still, work remains pretty much on schedule, town’s projects coordinator says

Not yet 20 percent complete, the expansion of the Prescott Valley Boys & Girls Club building plods onward.

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Student of the Week: Sadie

Congratulations to Sadie from Bright Futures Preschool for being recognized as this week’s HUSD Student of the Week! This is Sadie’s first year at Bright Futures Preschool.

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Officers awarded Lifesaving Ribbon, Medal of Valor, Police Star

Honors given for situations involving drug overdoses, fallen truck, fleeing suspect

Prescott Valley Police officers have been busy “just doing their jobs.”

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Prescott Valley in Brief: Fall and Christmas Craft Show this weekend

The Women of the Moose chapter 886 are holding their 11th annual Fall & Christmas Craft Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 21 at Moose Lodge Prescott Valley, corner of 5th and 6th streets.

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Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 17, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 17, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 17, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 17, 2018

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Residents get early look at latest development

Potential increase in traffic problems on Long Look Drive, Glassford Hill Road concerns some

Residents who live on side streets along Long Look Drive near Glassford Hill Road appeared fine with plans for the newest Prescott Valley residential rental development — The Bungalows at Talking Rock — during a neighborhood meeting Oct. 15.

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Hand-held cellphone ban for Prescott Valley drivers?

Council discusses possibility, plus new well site purchase from school district

Drivers in unincorporated areas of Yavapai County soon will be prohibited from using hand-held cellphones or other portable communications devices while driving.

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Sunday hours coming to the PV library Nov. 18

Pilot program will eliminate weekday hours between 7 and 8 p.m.

Prescott Valley Public Library will introduce Sunday hours from 1-5 p.m. as a pilot program to see if patrons truly use the library on Sundays.

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Police: PV man falsely reports murdering ex-wife to cleaning service

Prank lands him in jail

A Prescott Valley man’s alleged attempt to prank a cleaning service and aggravate his ex-wife at the same time resulted in him being arrested after police were called to investigate the matter.

Deadline to object for three requests for water in town is Oct. 31

Coyote Springs, LLC, owned by Viewpoint89, LLC, has filed with the Arizona Department of Water Resources three Notices of Application for Certificate of Assured Water Supply for Antelope Park 1 and Antelope Park 2 (commercial and residential).

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Scientist: ‘It turns out Arizona is earthquake country’

Preparedness drill scheduled for Thursday morning

PHOENIX — It’s not quite the “duck and cover’’ exercises of the 1950 when school children were practicing to be prepared for nuclear attack.

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Obituary: Robert D. Veres

Robert D. Veres, “Bob,” 74, passed away Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, following a brief illness. Born and raised in Elyria, Ohio, he was preceded in death by his parents, Moses and Alma; and his sister, Marjorie Loucks.

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Coyote Springs students take the lead

Elementary school was first in district to connect to EdLeader21 program

On Sept. 27, five sixth-grade students from Coyote Springs Elementary School (CSES) presented at the National EdLeader 21 Conference in Glendale, Arizona.

Tyree: Parents, do you know where your love letters are?

Maybe I shouldn’t share something so personal with the world, but…my love affair with books continues unabated.

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Gov. Ducey signs executive order for autonomous cars in Arizona

PHOENIX — Four years after allowing companies to test driverless cars on Arizona streets, Gov. Doug Ducey is moving to make the state the center of testing for the next generation of autonomous automobiles.

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Austin Clark runs for 3 TDs, No. 11 Badgers beat Mohave 44-27

Prep Football

BULLHEAD CITY — Through Week 9, Prescott’s football team is unbeaten in the 4A Grand Canyon region and controls its own destiny for the league crown with two games left on the regular-season schedule.

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Bears drop second-straight, lose to rival Mingus 28-6

Prep Football

COTTONWOOD — The No. 4-ranked Bradshaw Mountain football team dropped its second straight game after their offense was shut down by Mingus in a 28-6 loss Friday night.

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Government transparency one of many benefits newspapers offer communities

Why newspapers continue to enhance society

Newspapers play multiple roles within governmental agencies, schools and homes, allowing readers to keep an eye on how taxpayers’ money is spent, recent scores of local high school football teams, or to find events going on over the weekend.

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Bears avenge early-season loss to Coconino, move to 2nd in GC region

Prep Volleyball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — For the No. 11-ranked Bradshaw Mountain volleyball team, it’s too soon to talk about the postseason.

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The Ultimate Guide to Halloween

Halloween is going to be here before you know it, but don’t worry – here’s a handy guide to make sure you’ve got everything you need to appease those restless spirits

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Clean energy supporters spending $3.6M on ads calling Brnovich ‘corrupt’

Supporters of a renewable energy ballot measure have opened up a new front in their bid to get it approved: an expensive attack on Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

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Letter: Classical music

I’d like to respond to a column by Wil Williams regarding his rant on classical music.

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PVPD changing hat, patch colors for breast cancer, domestic violence awareness

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Awareness months, Prescott Valley Police officers have changed the color of their badges and hats to pink and purple for October with the goal of raising awareness and support for both campaigns.

Ask the Contractor: Universal Design fits everyone’s needs

We were out the other evening and heard the term universal design being discussed at a table.

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