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PV Council renames Fain Park mining area

Vice mayor says honoring longtime volunteer means a lot

After eight years of sitting on the Prescott Valley Town Council, Vice Mayor Richard Anderson said that voting to name the Fain Park mining exhibit after Jerry Munderloh is the best thing he’s done in that time.

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Prescott Valley Meals on Wheels to keep rolling

Trump budget proposal doesn’t affect PV Meals on Wheels services

Prescott Valley’s Meals on Wheels program won’t be affected if President Trump’s proposed budget is approved, said Northern Arizona Council of Governments-Area Agency on Aging Region 3 Director Mary Beals-Luedtka, who said she just got back from Washington DC.

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People & Places: Local Girl Scout receives Gold Award

Making a difference motivated her to earn the top honor

About 13 years ago, Prescott Valley resident Ellie Bowen said she saw that her mother was a leader in the Girl Scouts and that her sister had done it, making her want to join in.

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D-H Council starts revising its ethics code

Goal is to simplify it so it can be understood

When looking at the Dewey-Humboldt Code of Ethics, Councilmember Victoria Wendt said she saw something that was just an accumulation of words with a lot of repetition in the code itself as well as what the state had already said.

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Harnessing the “power of yet”

Granville elementary teacher never gives up

Having been a teacher off and on for about 17 years, Granville Elementary School Fifth Grade Math Teacher Jennifer Mraz said she always liked school and was one of those kids who was sad when summer came around.

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PV to spend $2 million fixing roads

Council credits 2016 sales tax increase for providing the funds

Because of the half-cent sales tax increase implemented in January of 2016, the Town of Prescott Valley has been able to supercharge its pavement maintenance said Public Works Director Norm Davis at the Town Council Work Study Session on Thursday, April 6 where he presented the 2017 summer pavement maintenance program.

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People & Places: Fifth grader takes aim at title

PV student returns to nationals for the second straight year

Prescott Valley School fifth grader Laureli Potter is on her way to the National Archery tournament for the second year in a row.

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PCC homeowners question traffic stats at neighborhood meeting

Homeowners ready to sue town

Traffic was the subject of the day at the third neighborhood meeting regarding the proposed zoning of the Prescott Country Club golf course on Friday, April 7 with landscape architect Peter Bourgois and Lee Engineering Traffic Engineer Paul Guzek leading the meeting.

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Engaging kindergarteners through real life

Adrienne Houston teacher of the year for Coyote Springs

When she was only 18 years old, Coyote Springs Kindergarten Teacher Adrienne Houston started off at the school as an elementary volunteer while in college to see how teaching works.

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Council decides to seek private funding for art project

Starting anew, some say local artists should be priority

In fiscal year 2015/2016, Prescott Valley had a construction project on Lakeshore Drive adjacent to the civic center intersection with a portion of the project going towards a sculpture to sit on the northeast corner of the Lakeshore Drive and Civic Circle intersection, said Brian Witty at the Prescott Valley Town Council Work Study Session on Thursday, April 6.

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