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Prescott Valley Police Announces Promotion

Prescott Valley Police Chief Bob Ticer has announced the promotion of Sgt. Nancy Roberts to the rank of Lieutenant, effective July 17. Roberts, an Arizona native who grew up in Mayer, began her career with PVPD in January 2006. She attended the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy in January 2006. A year later she achieved the Rookie of the Year award.
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Water Contamination Response Planning – City of Prescott

Earlier this week, Prescott Mayor Phil Goode, Mayor Pro Tem Cathey Rusing and City staff members met with Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Chief Science Officer and her team, to further define the way forward in the response to the discovery of PFOAs and PFAS in two of eight City wells. During the meeting, ADEQ staff answered questions about what to expect as the City seeks to achieve timely PFAS remediation.
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Yavapai County Comprehensive Plan Outreach Sedona

Yavapai County Development Services Department is holding an informational outreach event on Monday, August 8th, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Sedona Public Library, located at 3250 White Bear Road, Sedona, AZ. Come see the staff from Development Services and find out information about the Comprehensive Plan update process. Your participation and involvement in this planning process is important!
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Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley: August 12-18, 2022

By Rabbi Alicia Magal Sedona News – Shalom and greetings from the Rabbi, Board of Directors, and congregation of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley. All the services, classes, and programs are listed on the synagogue website. Come join us either in person or online. See jcsvv.org for instructions to register for in-person services [...] This post Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley: August 12-18, 2022 originally appeared on Sedona.Biz - The Voice of Sedona and The Verde Valley.
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Hot Summer Perennials: Watters Podcast

In this segment, Lisa and Ken of Watters Garden Center in Prescott discuss hot summer perennials. Learn the joys of planting Catmint, Black Eyed Susan, Red Hot Poker, Coneflower, and more!. Check out more of The Mountain Gardener Podcasts and subscribe to the Watters Youtube channel!. Free Garden Classes are...
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Prescott Farmers Market celebrates its 25th Birthday during National Farmers Market Week

Prescott Farmers Market (PFM) will celebrate its 25th birthday during National Farmers Market Week next week, August 8 – 13, 2022. The market on August 13 is a particularly special event as PFM will celebrate its 25th birthday with many fun activities including live music, thank-you notes for vendors, a scavenger hunt, photo props and a birthday cake made by Chef Cassandra Hankison, co-owner of BiGA! PFM encourages people to attend the August 13 market to celebrate National Farmers Market Week alongside the people who make the market possible. National Farmers Market Week is an annual celebration of farmers markets declared by the US Department of Agriculture. This year, the campaign is centered around the essential role that farmers market operators play in our local food systems and in developing resilience in communities as hubs for local economies and connection.
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Arizona Philharmonic Presents Dancing from Tonga to Vienna

Arizona Philharmonic (AZPhil.org) welcomes back Maestro Peter Bay, Sunday, August 21 at 3 PM at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC) to usher in the beginning of their 5th season of bringing outstanding professional music to Prescott. “Season openers are always fun for both Arizona Philharmonic musicians and audiences...
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Prescott Fine Art and Wine Festival at the Courthouse Plaza this Weekend

What could be better than enjoying the beautiful Arizona summer, sipping on local wine, and browsing over 100 fine art booths while listening to live music? The correct answer is: there is nothing better!. The Prescott Fine Art and Wine Festival features: 100+ fine art vendors, live music, live art...
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Prescott Gem and Mineral Show at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley

The Prescott Gem and Mineral Show is at the Findlay Toyota Center this Saturday and Sunday. Over 60 vendors from the Southwest will be in attendance selling everything from slabs, cabochons, beads, finished jewelry, home accessories, equipment, and tools. Additionally, we have a fluorescent booth, geode cutting, face painting, gold panning, demonstrations, a rock identification table, a junior rockhound area, a spinning wheel, and raffle drawings for valuable prizes. Tickets are sold at the door. Admission tickets are cash only. An ATM is available. Parking is free.
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Cottonwood Vice mayor seeks local input

When it comes to engaging with the community, Cottonwood’s Vice Mayor Jackie Nairn has been taking a direct approach. Every fourth Thursday of each month, Nairn hosts community awareness meetings at the Cottonwood Public Library to discuss a variety of issues facing the community, such as housing. “I’ve been...
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Trumpet Vine: Watters Plant of the Week

Ken Lain of Watters Garden Center of Prescott, Arizona shares the Watters Plant of the Week: Trumpet Vine! Check out this week’s fun selection and stay tuned to see more information on how to grow this plant!. Large clusters of reddish flowers create a dramatic show all season long....
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Camp Verde Parks & Rec takes residents to regional sites

For the past nine years, the Camp Verde Parks & Recreation Department has been taking community members to a variety of natural, cultural and historical sites throughout the region via their “Community Day Trips” program. Parks & Recreation Manager Michael Marshall said he came up with the idea...
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Opinion: The Lost Opportunity of the 1990s – American Renaissance

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.]. Matt Walsh is an effective conservative activist. His documentary What Is a Woman? is a clever look...
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Let’s Get Kids Outside

Honeybees Adventure Time is a drop off after school and weekend adventure program for kids. We are currently taking sign ups for our fall adventures. We do so much more than hike, we offer all kinds of outdoor activities for children. We explore; we explore the forests and wilderness all around Prescott, we explore our capabilities and capacity to become independent and wild and free. Our program encourages children to do “dangerous” things carefully and with healthy boundaries so that children can gain a sense of confidence within themselves. Honeybee is so much more than just a person who leads kids on hikes. She is a guide and mentor, guiding children in how to be kind and one with the earth, guiding them to find a love for themselves and nature, all while building a community of people who care and support one another.
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ILLEGAL DRUG ABUSE IMPACTS OUR COMMUNITY

Prescott Valley Police Department reports that illegal drug abuse continues to impact our community, endangering the lives of those using the drugs, their families, along with law enforcement officers who encounter drug users. Prescott Valley police have made seventy-four drug-related arrests from March 1 to July 31, 2022. Nine firearms...
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Congratulations Lieutenant Nancy Roberts of PVPD

Prescott Valley Police Chief Bob Ticer has announced the promotion of Sgt. Nancy Roberts to the rank of Lieutenant, effective July 17. Roberts, an Arizona native who grew up in Mayer, began her career with PVPD in January 2006. She attended the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy in January 2006. A year later she achieved the Rookie of the Year award.During her 16 ½ year tenure with the department, Roberts has served as a patrol officer, lead patrol officer and sergeant, general instructor subject matter expert, SWAT negotiator and negotiations sergeant, crime prevention officer, field training officer, and Honor Guard member for 12 years.
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