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Obituary Notice: Harold Glenn Willis Jr.

Harold Glenn Willis Jr., 61, born May 2, 1957, in Bellflower, California, died Oct. 26, 2018, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

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Obituary Notice: Scott Paul Rhodes

Scott Paul Rhodes, born Aug. 28, 1959, in Biloxi, Mississippi, died Oct. 28, 2018, in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

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When will my road get repaired?

Prescott Valley has 260 miles of paved roads, all needing periodic maintenance.

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HUSD Student of the Week: Tristian Simon

Congratulations to Tristian Simon for being this week’s HUSD Student of the Week.

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Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 31, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 31, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 31, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 31, 2018

Editorial: HUSD needs, deserves voters’ support

As noted in last week’s Prescott Valley Tribune, Prescott News Network announced its endorsements and recommendations for partisan races and ballot measures for the General Election. Saving the best for last, today we urge approval of the local school district bond question.

Williams: At last, we have a slippery squirrel solution

A fair percentage of the American population is familiar with R2-D2, C-3PO and WD-40.

Letter: Toys for Tots getting ready

With Christmas less than two months away, the Marine Reserve Toys for Tots through the Marine Corps League is busy preparing toy donation boxes to be delivered to businesses and stores throughout the Prescott Quad Cities area.

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‘Big Fish’ hits the big stage this week for BMHS troupe

The BMHS Theatrical Troupe is sure to leave a lasting impression with its upcoming production of “Big Fish.”

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Police plan increased presence for Halloween

This Halloween, Prescott Valley Police will be out in force conducting DUI and seat belt enforcement.

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Prescott Valley in Brief: Mountain Oak School to host Slow Food event Nov. 4

The theme of this year’s Slow Food Prescott luncheon is The Role Food Plays in Climate Change.

Safety tips from Prescott Valley Police

Here is an acrostic safety guidelines list for H-A-L-L-O-W-E-E-N the Prescott Valley Police Department uses to promote safe celebrations.

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Hungry wildlife will eat pumpkins

Those carefully carved pumpkins sitting outside may be attracting some unwanted trick-or-treaters — hungry wildlife looking for an easy meal.

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Photo: Acorn wins flag football title

Acorn Montessori Charter School finished its season undefeated in the ISSA Flag Football League.

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Photo: Art at Dia de los Muertos celebration

Artist Jorge Moreno, Spring Valley, offers prints of his artwork Sunday, Oct. 28, at the Dia de los Muertos celebration at the Smoki Museum in Prescott.

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT: Navigating through election season

I have always enjoyed the election season. This time of year typically brings forward interesting discussions and debates regarding a vision for the future.

Arizona Downs mixing Breeders’ Cup, wine tasting

In the horse racing industry, the Breeders’ Cup Classic, one of nine races at Churchill Downs Saturday, Nov. 3, is an international, high-stakes, championship event with a $6 million purse.

Liberty Traditional Honor Roll — 1st Quarter 2018-19

4th Grade Honor Roll ...

United Animal Friends sets annual ‘Rummage to the Rescue’ sale

For those who remember Barnes & Noble at Prescott Gateway Mall, the vacant space will be well utilized Nov. 9-14 for the annual United Animal Friends Rummage Sale.

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‘She’s my angel’: Woman’s crafts bring comfort to cancer patients

A chance encounter with a friend undergoing chemotherapy for metastasized Stage 4 breast cancer pushed quilter and crafter Dona Speights’ into creative hyper drive.

Letter: Publish more Williams columns

Wil Williams is evidently pushing buttons with his columns, but they are definitely not some people’s humor buttons!

Letter: Government and bone saws

America prides itself on being righteous, just, and moral.

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Tax hit could grow for residents

Lawmakers must decide if state will continue to ‘piggy-back’ on IRS rules

Arizona individual taxpayers could end up being hit with an extra $236 million in taxes if the governor and lawmakers follow their regular practice of trying to keep the annual state income tax relatively simple.

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No place to go: 100 Glassford Hill pronghorn facing death in 5-10 years

Prescott Valley residents obviously have an ongoing love affair with the pronghorn herd living south of Highway 89A between two encroaching housing developments.

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