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ACF of Yavapai County recognizes 2020 Shining Stars

The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County invites the community to view, like, and share the Facebook videos that five nonprofits have created showcasing their work and impact in Prescott and the Verde Valley. These nonprofits—known as ACF of Yavapai County’s ‘Shining Stars’—will have a chance to receive funding based on the number of ‘likes’

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Election Day Voting Protocols

All 25 Vote Centers are scheduled to be open on Election Day, August 4th at 6 am and will remain open until 7 pm. Any Yavapai County voter can choose to vote at any Yavapai County Vote Center. There is no assigned place to vote.  A list of Vote Centers can be found on our

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1980 Groundwater Management Act

Arizona’s Groundwater Management Act, passed by state lawmakers in 1980, remains one of the most stringent groundwater codes in the county. It addresses concerns about how to support water supply needs for economic development and residents’ quality of life in areas of the state with a high reliance on groundwater. Five active groundwater management areas

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Two local Youth Players chosen for Elite Barca Soccer Academy

We wanted to share with the community  that, two of our local youth soccer players, Josh Daiutolo (Prescott, AZ) and Diego Sanchez (Chino Valley, AZ), from the Brazas Futebol Club , were chosen by the Barca Academy, Casa Grande, AZ, to participate in the Barca Year-Round Residency Program.  Josh will be attending for the 3rd

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Prescott Farmers Market celebrates National Farmers Market Week

Prescott Farmers Market (PFM) will celebrate National Farmers Market Week next week, August 2 – 8, 2020. National Farmers Market Week is a celebration started by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that highlights the important role farmers markets play in the nation’s food system.    Normally, farmers markets across the country recognize National Farmers Market

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Arizona dairy farms pivot from restaurants to food banks as COVID-19 shifts demand

Thousands of gallons of wasted milk. Unpredictable, zigzagging prices. Abrupt dips and surges in demand. The past four months have been a roller coaster for Arizona dairy farms, as the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the way some of their biggest clients did business. The ride isn’t over yet: Arizona is a COVID-19 hotspot, meaning impacts

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