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Bradshaw Mountain plans to hire iconic Bob Young as its next football coach
Former Mingus mentor likely to replace Chuck Moller, who died unexpectedly in late May

Bradshaw Mountain High School plans to hire iconic former longtime Mingus coach Bob Young as its next head football coach in Prescott Valley, Bears Athletic Director Clairinda Weatherwax confirmed Monday, July 5

By Doug Cook July 7, 2020
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NAZ Suns to leave Prescott Valley for new home in Phoenix area
Phoenix Suns’ G League affiliate will relocate due to COVID-19 pandemic, NBA franchise reports

After playing the past three-plus seasons at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley, the Northern Arizona Suns are relocating to Phoenix because of economic impacts tied to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NBA G League franchise’s brass announced on Tuesday, July 7.

By Doug Cook July 7, 2020
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Final plan for Pronghorn Ranch clubhouse, RV storage up for approval
Regular Prescott Valley Town Council meeting set for Thursday at Public Library Auditorium

The final development plan for a pool and fitness clubhouse and an RV, trailer, vehicle and boat-storage complex for Pronghorn Ranch Homeowners Association (HOA) members and residents is up for approval from Prescott Valley Town Council this week.

By Doug Cook July 7, 2020
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Prescott Valley police continue to monitor drug overdoses
Out of 9 calls since May 21, 2 deaths and 4 successful NARCAN treatments

Prescott Valley police on July 2 reported that they have received nine calls for drug overdoses, which included two deaths, since May 21, and are continuing to monitor the situation.

By Doug Cook July 7, 2020

The Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society (DHHS) Board has unanimously decided to cancel the 2020 Agua Fria Festival scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 19.

July 7, 2020
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Some say an outdoor kitchen isn’t complete without a pizza oven. A delicious pie straight out of a blazing hot oven can be delectable when dining al fresco, but pizza also can be made right on the grill.

July 7, 2020
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Although it is difficult to state how well the U.S. economy will recover because of complications related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Prescott Valley took proactive steps during its fiscal year 2020-21 budget process to prepare for the worst.

By Doug Cook July 7, 2020
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Do you know your next door neighbor’s name? Those folks who just moved in across the street? Who is the person walking a cute dog past your house every morning? The family that rides bikes together every evening?

July 7, 2020
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The Town of Prescott Valley’s fireworks display at Mountain Valley Park went off without a hitch on July 4, 2020, as residents gathered at the park under social-distancing guidelines because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

July 7, 2020
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Recently, I visited the hospital for a corrective procedure followed by two weeks of very gentle living as prescribed by the surgeon.

By Wil Williams July 6, 2020
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Yavapai Regional Medical Center leaders want to make it clear that despite the spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations it is still more than able to manage care for other patient illnesses on its two campuses.

By Nanci Hutson July 4, 2020
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Our neighbor was recently hoodwinked out of $1,500 from a unlicensed contractor — they took the cash and ran. In order to possible help others in our community, will you please share what to watch for when hiring a contractor.

By Sandy Griffis July 2, 2020
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Prescott Valley, Prescott 5th and 6th in state for Census responses
Don’t forget! Report your Census data by Aug. 31

In a statewide ranking by city for responses to the 2020 Census, Prescott Valley and Prescott on June 29 were rated fifth and sixth, respectively, out of 91 Arizona municipalities, the Census Bureau reported.

By Doug Cook June 30, 2020
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To comply with Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order on Monday, officials with the Town of Prescott Valley say that they have modified their Fourth of July activities at Mountain Valley Park, 8600 E. Nace Lane.

By Doug Cook June 29, 2020
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As a result of the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-43, issued on Monday, June 29, the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce has canceled Prescott Valley Days 2020 scheduled for June 23-26.

June 30, 2020
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COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on our planning for activities and events.

By Marnie Uhl, CEO of the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce June 30, 2020
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A summer barbecue or picnic just wouldn’t be the same without the perfect dessert. While a slice of pie with ice cream on top is a fan favorite, a fruit tart can be a welcome change, especially when it’s bursting with juicy, delicious berries.

June 30, 2020
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Harri was born Jan. 24, 1635, in Wales. His village of birth is reported to have been Llanrhymny, which is completely unpronounceable in the modern world, as are most Welsh geographical locations.

By Wil Williams June 30, 2020
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Yavapai County’s record of COVID-19 positive cases jumped by 23 with the Community Health Services report Tuesday morning, June 30, for a total of 794. That followed 157 over the weekend, as well as two additional deaths — for nine total.

By Tim Wiederaenders June 30, 2020
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Conceding he made a mistake in allowing them to reopen, Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday shuttered all bars in the state for at least the next 30 days.

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This Independence Day weekend, law enforcement agencies in the Quad Cities say that they will be out in force looking for intoxicated drivers and those not wearing their seat belts.

By Doug Cook June 29, 2020
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The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club installed new officers for 2020-21 during the group’s breakfast meeting at Sally B’s on June 24.

June 29, 2020
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The Prescott Valley Tribune asked candidates - Brenda Dickinson, David Dohm, Martin Grossman, April Hepperle, Lori Hunt, Elizabeth Kennedy, Roger Kinsinger, Jeri Ann Kooiman, Bard Schatzman, and Mary Williams - questions ahead of the Aug. 4 Primary Election.

June 29, 2020
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A public webinar was held June 24 featuring the 10 candidates vying for four seats on the Prescott Valley Town Council.

By The Daily Courier June 29, 2020

The Prescott Valley Town Council on June 25 approved the town’s $119.6 million budget for fiscal year 2020-21, but stipulated that revenue trends will likely change because of the coronavirus pandemic.

By Doug Cook June 29, 2020

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