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2020 General Election Write-In Candidates (Chino Valley)

The Town of Chino Valley will hold its General Election on November 3, 2020. One council position with a four-year term is open for candidacy. Anyone desiring to run as a write-in candidate for council member in the Town’s November 3, 2020 General Election must file nomination papers no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday,

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Northbound I-17 restricted at Carefree Highway on Friday, Aug. 7

Drivers with plans to travel northbound on Interstate 17 at the State Route 74/Carefree Highway interchange in north Phoenix on Friday, Aug. 7, should allow extra travel time and be prepared for slow traffic while pavement maintenance is underway in the area. The Arizona Department of Transportation is resurfacing the northbound I-17 right lanes near

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Opponents Rally Against New Jail

A local citizens’ group, Stop the Jail,  gathered in front of  the County Building on Fair Street Monday morning, to rally against a new jail in Prescott.  A small crowd of  activists  numbering between 80 and 100,  held signs and conducted an orderly  march in front of the building while the Board of Supervisors met

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PHS Hires New Wrestling Coaches

The Prescott High School Athletic Department would like to announce the hiring of Head Wrestling Coach Cody Collett and Asst. Coach Jack Perkins for the 2020-2021 season. Coaches Collett and Perkins will be taking the reigns of the Badger wrestling program after Head Coach Shawn Carbajal stepped down to move his family back to the

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Jail Opponents to Rally

Opposition to a new county jail in Prescott is now organized and growing.  A coalition of concerned citizens  has scheduled a  Rally Against the Jail,  Monday,  August 3rd,  outside the County  Building, 1015 Fair Street, from 8:30 to 11:00am. The Rally was originally scheduled to coincide with a Special Meeting on the jail set by the

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Campfire Safety Reminder

The Prescott National Forest has lifted all fire restrictions and we ask the public to please be vigilant in your activities.  Stop, look, and think before you do something that may cause a spark or start of a fire in the Forest.  Unattended campfires are still the leading human cause of wildfire. Visitors who plan

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