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An hour before opening to the public, the line at Empty Bowls wound from the corner at Montezuma Street up to the ticket takers near the central bandstand. Two hours later, at noon, the line numbered about 300 on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza.

By Sue Tone September 15, 2019
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The Unlovables, a variety of animals some people find incredibly difficult to love. Maybe it is the way they look or how they behave. Whatever the reason, many people don’t like them.

By Sue Tone September 15, 2019
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Local cowgirl, rancher and Western artist, the late Cynthia Rigden, willl become the newest member of the Phippen Museum’s Arizona Rancher and Cowboy Hall of Fame.

By Sue Tone September 12, 2019
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Public to meet PV police chief applicants at Sept. 12 event
4 finalists appear 4-6 p.m at PV Library, third floor

Taken together, the four applicants for the position of chief of police, Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD), embrace 108 years of public safety experience. Their backgrounds include prior experience as chief of police, acting chief of police and commander.

By Sue Tone September 11, 2019
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Residents in Yavapai County can take advantage of a community cleanup event in Skull Valley from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 3-5.

By Sue Tone September 11, 2019
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This week’s events listed in “7 in 7” will interest history and military buffs interested in aviation and the Vietnam War, as well as somewhat lighter fare with a dinner/classical music event and also information and performance on Native American flutes.

By Sue Tone September 10, 2019
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Humboldt school district governing board meets Tuesday
Policies discussion, foreign language student trip to Germany, updates on Bradshaw Mountain Middle School on agenda

Each month, the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board meets at a different school site. The principal is able to honor a VIP certified staff, classified staff and volunteer, and give a presentation on the programs and upcoming events of the school.

By Sue Tone September 8, 2019
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All kids are responsible for all their animals at the Yavapai County Fair.

By Sue Tone September 7, 2019
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For some, collecting treasures is a hobby; for others, a passion. The Yavapai County Fair provides an opportunity for collectors to share their prized possessions with the public.

By Sue Tone September 7, 2019
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In a majority vote, the Prescott Valley Town Council chose its newest member — Lori Moss Hunt — who brings with her 30 years of experience in government, most recently as community development director with Sacramento, Calif. Her term will run through December 2020.

By Sue Tone September 6, 2019

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