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Flying High Turkey Drive Monday at all Fry’s stores

Benefits less fortunate families in community

Beginning at noon on Monday, Nov. 19, a few brave souls will take to the skies for the annual Flying High Turkey Drive to benefit the Yavapai Food Bank.

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Author to discuss mustang captivity programs

Program on Saturday at Phippin to cover growing population

What to do with 60,000 wild mustangs held in feedlots across the West?

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Memorial set for late Dewey-Humboldt miner, historical tour guide, author

Kevin Leonard — June 5, 1947-Sept. 12, 2018

A memorial service for longtime Dewey-Humboldt resident and past-president of the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society Kevin Leonard who died Sept. 12, 2018, will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Cherry Creek Ranch, 938 S. Foothill Drive (Highway 169 and Foothill Drive), Dewey.

Should Civic Circle become Skoog Boulevard?

Decision expected at Thursday meeting

Council meets at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, to consider changing the name of Civic Circle to Skoog Boulevard to honor retiring Mayor Harvey Skoog.

Create-A-Tree entries due Nov. 15

The 17th annual Create-A-Tree Art Exhibit is an important part of the Prescott Valley holiday season at the Civic Center.

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Juniper chips going wattle, wattle, wattle all the way home?

Could erosion control be another use for biomass vegetation?

A consultant company looking into a commercial scale biomass conversion facility for central Arizona thinks stuffing chipped juniper waste instead of straw inside wattles could produce a viable, sustainable product.

Yavapai County to revisit 337 rejected ballots

Yavapai County works diligently to find voters whose signatures don’t match official records. After 7 p.m. on Election Day, however, they do not contact voters with rejected ballots.

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‘Disappointed for the kids,’ says HUSD Superintendent Streeter

HUSD bond fails with 52 percent voting against

Even with the tremendous amount of support shown by parents, teachers and community members in the Humboldt Unified School District, the $15 million bond request was shot down by voters. With all precincts reporting, 52.19 percent voted ‘no’ on the bond question in Tuesday’s election.

Sigafoos heads into 14th year on college board

In Distrist 3, challenger Chevalier beats Harris

The Yavapai College Governing Board had elections in two of its five districts, each with one seat available.

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Why sing barbershop? - Simple – it makes you feel good

Barbershop. Some love it. Some don’t. Some merely tolerate it. For about 40 high school students, singing barbershop is a way to feel good.

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