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Nanci Hutson

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The Launch Pad embarking on a big dream — a home of its own

Prescott center prides itself on being a free, safe haven for all teenagers

The Launch Pad Teen Center prides itself as a safe haven for all teenagers in the Prescott/tri-city area.

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Avoid the flu: Get a vaccination now, Arizona health department says

With Thanksgiving just a week away, and Christmas following on its heels, no one wants to have to cancel holiday plans because they contracted the flu.

School board incumbents Hubble and Thomas re-elected

The two incumbent Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board leaders, president Penny Hubble and vice-president Cyndi Thomas, were both re-elected to four-year terms on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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Northpoint students enriched through field experiences, community service

At the Circle L Ranch on Friday morning, 37 Northpoint Middle School seventh and eighth-graders from Prescott toured and cleaned portions of the Prescott Valley-based animal rescue sanctuary on Coyote Springs Road.

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Retiring PV mayor feted in high style; Civic Center Circle to be renamed Skoog Boulevard

Everybody loves Mayor Harvey – and Harvey loves everybody, even curmudgeons and folks that once were fond of dirt roads.

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WWII veteran was witness to sinking of USS Yorktown

Prescott veteran at the Battle of Midway Island

Donald Brubaker didn’t want to be an Ohio farmer.

PUSD adopts EngageNY math curriculum at middle school

EngageNY is a math curriculum Prescott Unified School District elementary teachers have embraced, and administrators have high hopes will produce improved results for middle schoolers.

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PUSD to spend $2M on high school athletic field overhaul

Mayor Mengarelli: ‘What took so long?’

Prescott Mayor and Unified School District Governing Board member Greg Mengarelli asked just one question about spending $2 million to replace and rebuild the high school’s track and field complex.

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2 new members for Prescott school board, 2 re-elected in Chino Valley

The Prescott Unified School District Governing Board will have a new complexion come January.

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Prescott considers $2.5 million upgrade to high school athletic facilities

Athletic director to inform school board about proposal for new track and synthetic turf field

Nostalgia can lead people astray — especially when it butts up against big dollars. Such truth is why Prescott High School’s Athletic Director Missy Townsend refused to let her nostalgia for playing sports on natural fields skew her decision on the future of the school’s flagship athletic field.

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