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Hail damages about 1,000 vehicles at local car dealerships

Storm damage could translate to good deals for car shoppers

Rain and a significant amount of hail from the Wednesday, July 18, storm damaged about 1,000 vehicles at local car dealerships.

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2 roads were closed in Prescott Valley due to heavy rain earlier this week

A deluge of rain in Prescott Valley caused two road closures Sunday, July 15.

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Prescott Valley council looks at future growth - 2 new wells, roads

The recent issuance of a Level 2 Water Conservation Alert to residents, and the reasons for doing so, has Prescott Valley town officials re-evaluating the need for new wells balanced against the impending need for water storage tanks.

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Prescott's Natural History Institute revitalizes the practice of natural history

Jen Chandler, left, talks on “Art of Natural History: Understanding the Josephine Michell Arader Natural History Print Collection” at the Natural History Institute’s Art and Science Open House July 13, 2018.

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Pounding rain, wind shuts down Farmers Market

Next one set for Aug. 8 at Coyote Springs School

A brief 45 minutes from the opening of the Prescott Farmers Market in Granville, vendors and customers were scrambling for cover as torrential rain and wind swept through Prescott Valley Monday afternoon, July 16.

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Kale sampled in smoothie taste test

Students overwhelmingly love it

Kalan Inman, owner and market manager with the Prescott Valley Farmers Market, visited students at Mountain View Elementary School on July 13, bringing with her fresh kale.

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Oral histories sought from Dewey-Humboldt ‘old-timers’

As people grow older or move away, their stories about living in an area that later becomes a Superfund site are lost.

Candidate forum announced for Aug. 9

2 running for mayor, 5 running for 3 council seats

Residents are invited to the Dewey-Humboldt Mayoral-Council Candidate Forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at the Cherry Creek Ranch Event Center.

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Skull Valley, Prescott residents vocal in opposition to proposed Kirkland mine

Deadline to file comments is Sept. 4

Every person who spoke during the public comment period Wednesday, July 11, voiced concerns about the Kirkland Mining Company’s (KMC) proposed pozzolan mine in Skull Valley.

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Arizona Downs open for business; live racing slated for 2019

Arizona Downs shines with $2 million in repairs, renovations

A new roof, flooring, paint job inside and out, and 50 flat screen televisions are part of the $2 million in renovations occurring at the much-improved Arizona Downs racetrack facility, formerly known as Yavapai Downs.

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