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City of Prescott Office Hours and Solid Waste Collection Schedule – Independence Day Holiday July 4th , 2022

The City of Prescott will be closed on Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. City offices will reopen on Tuesday, July 5th at 8 am. In observance of Independence Day, Prescott Public Library will be closed on Monday, July 4th. The library will reopen on Tuesday, July 5th at 9 a.m. Your library without walls offers eBooks, online resources, streaming video, and more, and is available here. Call 928.777.1526 for more information.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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Revelers back for Clarkdale block party

The Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance hosted the second of three block parties for the summer on June 24. The annual block parties, which take place in Clarkdale’s historic downtown, are designed to “bring people from the community out and enjoy our company, live music and local food vendors,” volunteer Kerrie Snyder said.
CLARKDALE, AZ
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Bacterial outbreak found at Arizona’s largest state hatchery

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona officials have halted all fish stockings from the largest state-run hatchery because of a bacterial outbreak among its trout. The Arizona Game and Fish Department announced Friday a temporary ceasing of stockings from Page Springs Hatchery, which is north of Phoenix in Cornville. The agency...
PHOENIX, AZ
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Prescott Valley Has a New Ballot Drop Box

The Town of Prescott Valley in coordination with the Yavapai County Elections Office have installed a new ballot drop box in the Civic Center parking lot. The dual-sided box is located at the main entrance between the Prescott Valley Police Department and the Civic Center located at 7501 E Skoog Blvd. Since the box is dual-sided, it will be suitable for incoming and outgoing traffic from the driver’s seat. The old ballot box that used to be located next to the USPS box in front of the Civic Center has been removed.
PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ
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Camp Verde helps businesses, one ‘BRIC’ at a time

Since opening in March, the Business Resource and Innovation Center team has been steadily expanding its offerings to the Camp Verde and Verde Valley business community. Beginning as a concept within the Economic Development Department’s former office space, adjacent to the council chambers, BRIC is now coming into its own in the new, larger space on Main Street and is offering a variety of business classes, consultations and more, for both established and would-be business owners in the community.
CAMP VERDE, AZ
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Prescott’s First Dunkin’ will surprise 100 Lucky Guests with Free Coffee for a Year During Grand Opening Week July 1-7

Prescott’s first Dunkin’ restaurant at 1020 Willow Creek Rd. is working to support children in need during its grand opening week July 1-7. Dunkin’ will be serving discounted iced and hot coffee for .50 from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. July 1, 2 and 3. 100% of the proceeds from these .50 coffees will be donated to Make-a-Wish partners for local children in need.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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JUST IN: MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR YCSO SGT. RICK LOPEZ

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR YCSO SGT. RICK LOPEZ TO BE HELD JULY 6, 2022, IN PRESCOT VALLEY. Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes announces that a memorial service for fallen Sergeant Rick Lopez will be held Wednesday July 6th at 1pm at the Findley Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. Sergeant Rick “RLo”...
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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Keeping Up with Public Safety Services as We Grow

Living safely in our beautiful city comes with a lot of responsibility for all of us. — We all know that Prescott is a highly desirable community in which to live and work. This is, in part, due to the high quality of core public services that the city provides to ensure the safety of our residents. However, community growth has impacted our ability to provide these public safety services. One of the issues we have been discussing at council is how to fund and plan for future public safety locations. I have met with Fire Chief Holger Durre and Police Chief Amy Bonney about several issues including fire codes, ambulance response times and enforcement priorities, to name a few. Both the fire department and the police department have been experiencing a significant increase in calls for service in the past several years. The last time we built a new fire station was in 1995, and the city has seen a significant amount of growth in our community since then.
PRESCOTT, AZ
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***CATCH 22 DAY 1 – JOEL FREDERICK DEEMS***

It’s Day 1 of Yavapai Silent Witness’ CATCH 22 Program. Today Yavapai County Law Enforcement is asking for your help in locating fugitive Joel Frederick Deems. On December 18, 2016, officers were called to a residence on Calle Rosas in Clarkdale where the resident had found hidden cameras in her home. The officers discovered the cameras were positioned from the room that Deems was renting from the family and they were recording multiple people in the home as they used the bathroom. The majority of the victims using the bathroom were between the ages of 7 and 15 years of age. Deems had also made and retained recordings of several of the victims as they entered the shower and used the bathroom.
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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Jeff Weninger, candidate for Arizona Treasurer

This was shot at a Meet & Greet in Dewey, Arizona, on June 26th, 2022. Mr. Weninger was speaking to a group of local Republicans and taking questions. Jeff discusses ESG credits, the PSPRS fund, and other issues. He says that Bank of America is the most anti-Second Amendment bank, yet the current treasurer just renewed the state’s contract with them. He also promised to work with the legislators on their bills.
DEWEY-HUMBOLDT, AZ
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Cottonwood adopts $139M tentative 2022-23 budget

Cottonwood City Council adopted its 2022-23 Fiscal Year tentative budget at $139 million. As is customary during the budget planning process, the tentative budget was presented to council and members of the community via a public hearing at the regular council meeting on June 21 at Cottonwood City Hall. Cottonwood...
COTTONWOOD, AZ
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Three Prescott Women to Hike Kilimanjaro

Three Prescott Women are about to embark on a journey to hike Kilimanjaro and volunteer in Tanzania. The two activities don’t have an obvious tie. How does hiking this massive mountain in the United Republic of Tanzania link to spending time volunteering at an orphanage?. From July 1st to...
PRESCOTT, AZ
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Optima Medical Donates $15k to PUSD Education Foundation

Optima Medical, Arizona’s leading primary care provider, donated $15,000 to a program that helps local Yavapai County students prepare for postsecondary education and life after high school. The donation will help fund Naviance, a college and career readiness portal that has been used by students and their families since 2019 thanks to a partnership between Prescott Unified School District (PUSD) and the Prescott Unified School District Education Foundation.
YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ
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