Jason Wheeler

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Country Club homeowners plan to appeal condo decision

Developer has right to do what he wants with his land, councilmember says

Prescott Golf & Country Club homeowners plan to appeal a unanimous decision made by the Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, Sept. 14.

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Prescott Country Club homeowners oppose condo zoning decision

Homeowners plan to appeal council decision

Numerous homeowners from the Prescott Golf & Country Club stood before the Prescott Valley Town Council, voicing their opposition to the controversial condominium project Thursday night, Sept. 14.

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Keeping brains healthy through art, movement

Library uses grant to offer Creative Aging Art & Movement classes

With more than a few studies out there on keeping brains healthy through arts and movement, the Prescott Valley Public Library is offering some programs to do just that.

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People & Places: Library departments collaborate for ‘adulting’ series

Offering workshops on skills translating to general life

Being an adult is hard, something the staff at the Prescott Valley Public Library know all too well.

Sam’s Club hosts first-ever car show

Always room for more cars, says organizer

The Prescott Valley Sam’s Club is hosting its first-ever car show this weekend with plenty of room for more cars to join the fun.

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Mayor Skoog won’t seek re-election

Luckiest mayor in the state, he says

After nearly 20 nonconsecutive years as mayor of Prescott Valley, Harvey Skoog said he’ll be retiring once his term is over next year.

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Anarchy reigns at Event Center

Danny Hilton, Jeff Fletcher square off in title fight

Danny Hilton and Jeff Fletcher have a score to settle, having rattled the cage twice before with both men earning a win.

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Library’s Adult Code Club making changes

Coding program more practical, says facilitator

The Adult Code Club at the Prescott Valley Public Library has seen better days, but staff are expecting that to change.

HUSD raises sub wages

No cuts to number of subs coming

The school district is giving its substitute teachers more money and none of them are in danger of losing their jobs following the raise, say district officials.

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Off to school with mom and dad

Parents see differences, similarities in school these days

Some parents got a chance to see just how much school has changed and stayed the same last week by attending a day at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School with their kids.

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