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Prescott Valley council gets earful on Pronghorn Ranch Parkway development

Board also approves distracted driving ordinance

Prescott Valley Town council members had a busy evening Dec. 6 with a study session, regular council meeting, and an executive session.

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PV Planning and Zoning board backs Antelope Park zoning revision

Meeting draws capacity crowd opposing project, traffic study

With about 250 people filling the auditorium in the Prescott Valley Public Library to capacity at the Dec. 10 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, commissioners listened as close to 30 residents spoke either in opposition to a rezoning request or with concerns about evacuation routes in the Antelope Park development north of Highway 89A.

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Better Bucks program designed to help ease Prescott Valley panhandling concerns

The Prescott Valley Police Department has initiated a program designed to allow residents to better help those in need.

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Keeping kids active earns school staff a free breakfast

Coyote Springs Elementary wins contest through GoNoodle

Coyote Springs Elementary School staff received a free breakfast from Wildflower Bread Company as winners of an online program used in classrooms that promotes interactive physical activities.

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Photo: Spreading joy one gift at a time

Students from Bradshaw Mountain High School’s Interact Club wrap Angel Tree presents Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Prescott Valley.

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Editorial cartoon (b): Dec. 12, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): Dec. 12, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Dec. 12, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): Dec. 12, 2018

Williams: Your Christmas shopping woes are over!

Just the other day, I visited Arturo’s Mexican Restaurant here in Chino Valley to order a couple of carry-out meals.

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HUSD Student of the Week: Dominic

Congratulations to Dominic Buccilli for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week!

Author to discuss Howard Hughes’ secret life

Did Howard Hughes really die on April 5, 1976? Or did he move to Alabama with Eva McLelland, a woman he loved and married, and die in 2001?

Prescott Valley in Brief: Meeting to update local economic development efforts

The Greater Prescott Regional Economic Partnership (GPREP) will be holding its quarterly board meeting and community member spotlight on Prescott Valley at 2 p.m. Dec. 13.

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Photo: Mayer Constable Hank Hellman recognized for service

Mayer Constable Hank Hellman, center, receives a plaque recognizing and appreciating his 28 years of service to Yavapai County at the Dec. 5 Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting.

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Candlelight vigil to honor loved ones lost to drug-related deaths set for Dec. 12

#StopFentanylNow

The public is welcome to attend an upcoming candlelight vigil to honor the many lives lost to drug-related deaths.

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New chair, vice chair elected on county board of supervisors

Quickly and unanimously, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors on Dec. 5 nominated and elected Vice Chair Randy Garrison to serve as chair and Supervisor Craig Brown to serve as vice chair in 2019.

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Letters: Ill-advised zoning

Ill-advised zoning Editor: My husband, Bard Schatzman, and I relocated to Pronghorn Ranch this May from the Chicago suburb of Woodridge, where I served on the Plan Commission for over nine years.

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Sharlot Hall Museum poised to begin construction for expansion soon

A larger space is needed, says executive director

The Sharlot Hall Museum is poised to begin work on an expansion two years in the making with January 2019 as a target date for the beginning of construction, said Museum Executive Director Fred Veil.

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Letter: Transgender question

Recent outrage in conservative media has focused on a nasty custody fight over a 6-year-old Texan called James by his father and Luna by his mother.

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Coyote Springs Elementary recognized as Yavapai County’s healthiest school

On Nov. 19, Coyote Springs Elementary received recognition from the Yavapai Healthy Schools for being named the 2018 Yavapai Healthiest School.

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Editorial: A warning to local fentanyl poison pushers

Last week the Courier ran another front page story reporting the arrests of more alleged local fentan yl drug dealers in our community.

Obituary Notice: David Leland Brown

David Leland Brown, born July 30, 1951, in Torrance, California, died Nov. 25, 2018, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

Obituary Notice: Peggy Jo Bowman

Peggy Jo Bowman, born April 9, 1959, in Torrance, California, died Dec. 4, 2018, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

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Ducey campaign deflects on issue of $500K donation

Gov. Doug Ducey won’t say whether he knows who is behind the single largest contribution to his re-election campaign.

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Stringer says he has no intention of resigning

Says statements have been ‘misreported’

State Rep. David Stringer said Thursday night, Dec. 6, he has no intention of resigning despite a controversy swirling around him.

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Family watched man battle for sobriety before he was found dead in Prescott Valley home

Suspected overdose remains under investigation

The stepfather of a 33-year-old man who was pronounced dead in his Prescott Valley home midday Wednesday, Dec. 5, has decided to share about the sudden death so the community may continue its battle against lethal drugs.

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PANT: ‘Cracking down’ on fentanyl produces early results

#StopFentanylNow

The number of sources for purchase of fentanyl in Yavapai County reportedly has declined in recent weeks.

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